Located in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida, Johns Hopkins All
Children’s Hospital is seeking qualified candidates for the
Director of Medical Simulation & Innovative Education. The
candidate should be board certified and eligible for appointment to
the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty. The
Director of Medical Simulation and Innovative Education is
accountable for interprofessional education to improve quality of
care throughout Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
The Director will lead the Center for Medical Simulation and
Innovative Education, which is comprised of the Simulation Center
and Clinical Education Department. The leadership of the Center
consists of the Medical Director, Associate Medical Director of the
Simulation Center and the Director of Professional Practice and
The Director is accountable for:
- Developing an integrative educational mission incorporating the
needs of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s community, clinical,
support services and patient/caregiver.
- Engaging the Johns Hopkins All Children’s community in
developing and executing evidence-based, best practice medical
simulation and clinical education.
- Promoting excellence in educational innovation and
transformation throughout the system.
- Fostering a culture of learning, including competency-based
education, interprofessional/team-based education, and experiential
- Pioneering novel initiatives in education to innovate and
support transformative education, including development of research
and new teaching methodologies.
- Partnering with Institute/Department Medical Directors and the
Office of Medical Education to impact interprofessional teamwork
and strive for continuous learning environment.
- Aligning education strategy to further improve quality and
safety initiatives across campus.
- Captivating the philanthropic community, fundraising and
advocating for legislative needs.
- Clinical time in specialty, as applicable.
The Director of Medical Simulation and Innovative Education must be
a board-certified physician with a record of academic scholarship
and experience in a simulation center. This individual must be
eligible for a faculty appointment with the Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine.
Please submit your CV and letter of interest. Additional inquiries
should be directed to Kristine Kirstein at
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