SimTiki is the healthcare simulation based education center at the John A Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) and the first one in the world to be accredited for Fellowship Programs (2020) by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH). SimTiki facilitates over 3,000 simulation based training encounters annually. In February 2015, SimTiki Simulation Center was one of the first ten centers in the nation accredited by SSH for the fields of Teaching/Education and Research; and subsequently achieved accreditation in Assessment in 2019.
ORIENTATION TO SIMTIKI
An Orientation to SimTiki for new users of our simulation center can be accessed here: Orientation to SimTiki
Health Check-in and Face Mask Requirements
Prior to entering our campus, all individuals must complete the required LumiSight UH daily check-in. Persons experiencing symptoms of illness or feeling ill should NOT enter the campus.
All individuals must wear a face mask when entering the John A. Burns School of Medicine buildings.
Directions to SimTiki
Parking and Directions to SimTiki can be found here.
Providing Local and Global Healthcare Leadership for Turning Technology into Teaching.
SimTiki is the technology enabled learning simulation center of the John A Burns School of Medicine. SimTiki supports excellence in simulation based education for healthcare students and professionals through teaching and operation of an academic simulation center. We pursue alliances locally, nationally, and in the Asia Pacific region. SimTiki promotes improvement in Teaching, Educational Research, and Training for Patient Care Best Practices.
Click here for Upcoming CME Opportunities
SimTiki offers a selection of CME courses:
FunSim Fundamental Simulation Instructional Methods
SimBites Simulation Faculty Development
iSIM (Improving Simulation Instructional Methods)
Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS)
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Exam (FLS)
Dr. Hyunsoo Park, MD (Top) is an Emergency Medicine physician from Jeju National University Hospital, developing a debriefing skills curriculum.
Dr. Jiyoung Rhee, MD (Bottom) previously with Jeju National University Hospital is an oncologist interested in using simulation to teach empathy and communication skills.
They are the first married fellows at SimTiki!
We are so happy they have joined our SimTiki Ohana.