Icahn School of Medicine’s Dr. Khouli Presents on Integrating Medical Simulation into Training and Curriculum
A Department of Medicine Grand Rounds presented by Hassan Khouli, MD, Chief, Critical Care Section; Director, Center for Advanced Medicine Simulation, Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine), on Integrating Medical Simulation into Training and Curriculum.
Dr. Khouli founded the first simulation laboratory at Roosevelt Hospital through philanthropic support. The simulation lab expanded to a full institution-wide simulation Center in 2010 and was named the Center for Advanced Medical Simulation (CAMS) with three state-of-the-art simulation laboratories, two full-time simulation specialists,and several faculty from critical care and other departments with specialized expertise and certifications in simulation education and training. The Simulation center has grown exponentially to gain regional and national reputation. The center obtained a rare 5-year full national accreditation status from the Society of Simulation in Healthcare in 2015 to become one of only few accredited simulation centers in the United States. Dr. Khouli established the first simulation fellowship in New York City in 2011. Dr. Khouli has been an invited lecturer regionally, nationally, and internationally. He is on advisory boards and committees of several regional and national organizations and societies. He has been a member of the New York State Task Force on Life and the Law. He has directed several local and regional symposiums. He has received many teaching and community awards.