Visits & Internships

Program: BCHSP Summer Internships in Pediatric Simulation

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the internship, you will be able to:
  • 1. Support the Simulation Program team in their business-functions and analytics work;
  • 2. Manage, analyze, and dashboard data to inform program strategy;
  • 3. Coordinate data collection to evaluate specific program indicators;
  • 4. Develop flow maps of current processes and make recommendations around improving processes;
  • 5. Assist the team in reviewing simulation trainings for BCH staff, volunteers, parents, etc.;
  • 6. Review literature to inform evaluation of program activities, including simulation delivery and trainers;
  • 7. Support the team to plan and execute tours and events designed to educate staff and the community about the Hospital; and
  • 8. Maintain record-keeping systems, which includes collecting and recording information in departmental databases, and compiling data for internal briefings.

Candidate Requirements:

Undergraduate or graduate students with interest/experience in simulation-based education, research, and process applied to healthcare
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Application Process:

Send your resume and cover letter to Sujin Park at sujin.park@childrens.harvard.edu

BCHSP International Fellowship in Pediatric Simulation

Background:

6-week* fellowship program provides a robust and comprehensive experience in all aspects of pediatric simulation including curriculum and scenario development, technical skills, mannequin manipulation and administrative support.  Fellowship time frame and elements are adapted to the needs and experience of the candidate with 6 week minimum exposure.

Candidate Requirements: 

Post-graduate multidisciplinary staff with interest/experience in simulation-based education applied to hospital setting including:
  •       – Nursing
  •       – Physicians (fellow through senior attending/consultant)
  •       – Allied Health Care

Application Process:

Send your resume and cover letter to Sujin Park at sujin.park@childrens.harvard.edu