The MCG Educational Simulation program provides immersive simulated clinical experiences using low- and high-fidelity mannequins, standardized patients, task trainers, and other hands-on technologies to create individual, group, and interprofessional learning opportunities. Simulation is integrated across the spectrum of medical education, including medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty.
The mission of the Educational Simulation program is to provide support to the Medical College of Georgia community in the design, development, implementation, and study of high-quality formative and summative clinical simulation activities.
We strive to:
High school medicine: Lakeside students practice real world skills at AU simulation centerHigh school medicine: Lakeside students practice real world skills at AU simulation center
MCG creates medical simulation course for high school studentsMCG creates medical simulation course for high school students
MCG joins anesthesiology continuing medical education networkMCG joins anesthesiology continuing medical education network
Scenario teaches MCG students to treat patients with intellectual disabilityScenario teaches MCG students to treat patients with intellectual disability
Portraying Patients at MCGPortraying Patients at MCG
Designing InnovationDesigning Innovation
Dr. A.J. Kleinheksel earns advanced certification for simulationDr. A.J. Kleinheksel earns advanced certification for simulation