Clinical Instructor (Simulation Fellowship)
Open Date: 03/08/2018
Date Initial Screening Begins:
Minimum Education/Experience: The successful candidate must have an MD/DO and be board eligible in Emergency Medicine. Physicians must be able to obtain a license to practice medicine in North Carolina; be granted medical staff privileges at Vidant Medical Center; be approved to practice medicine through ECU Physicians, and receive medical liability insurance coverage through the BSOM carrier.
Special Instructions to Applicant: East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. In addition to submitting a candidate profile online, please submit online the required applicant documents: Curriculum Vitae Letter of Interest List of Three References (noting contact information)
Job Duties: The Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program at the Brody School of Medicine partners with Vidant Medical Center to promote excellence in clinical care through the application of safe, high-quality, simulation-based education. The program brings together simulation-based education throughout the medical center, health sciences campus, and university. The mission of the Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program is to promote excellence in clinical care, patient, learner, and practitioner safety, and to improve multidisciplinary team performance through the use of simulation modalities. Trainees are provided faculty guided instruction using a variety of simulation modalities for teaching, practice, performance assessment, and maintenance of skills competency. The Clinical Simulation Program is seeking a Clinical Instructor for our Simulation Fellowship. The fellowship is designed for Emergency Medicine residency graduates interested in pursuing a career in simulation-based education. The Simulation Fellowship is a collaborative educational program of the East Carolina University (ECU) Brody School of Medicine Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program, the ECU Department of Emergency Medicine, and Vidant Medical Center Office of Graduate Medical Education. The fellow will be given the academic appointment of Clinical Instructor in the Brody School of Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine. The first simulation fellowship is scheduled to begin in July 2018. Since there are no ACGME accredited fellowships in Medical Simulation, this fellowship cannot be accredited. The fellow will spend a minimum of 30 hours per week in fellowship related educational activity in and/or related to the Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program. Fellow educational activities are based in the Clinical Simulation Center at Brody School of Medicine and include simulation activities in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, Vidant Medical Center clinical services, regional outreach with the mobile Healthcare Simulation Unit, ECU Innovation and Design Lab Osprey Transport Simulator, Office of Clinical Skills Assessment and Education, and other Health Sciences campus colleges and schools. The fellow will also perform clinical duties as an attending in our state-of-the-art emergency department, which has resident physicians from our fully accredited emergency medicine residency training program. Greenville, NC is a fast-growing university community located near beautiful North Carolina beaches. Cultural and recreational opportunities are abundant. Greenville, NC is also a very family-oriented, yet vibrant university town located just ninety minutes from the North Carolina Crystal Coast. The University excels in the arts, music, theater and dance, so there are exceptional cultural opportunities, as well as sporting and outdoor events. This is a fixed-term faculty position with the title of Clinical Instructor (Clinical Fellow).