When the hockey player is a high-tech manikin, medical professionals take emergency training to a whole new level…
…an internationally respected leader in simulation-based clinical education and training, has joined USF Health as the executive director of the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS).
On his best days, Charly Lockwood will do a little bit of everything. The dean of the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine might spend the morning doing research in the lab, afternoons seeing patients.
CAMLS is specifically designed for group training and education. The center offers resources including a virtual hospital and exam rooms, virtual reality simulators, high-fidelity human simulators and more than 250 actors trained as standardized patients, as well as a comprehensive array of general surgical equipment including booms and towers, in-house cadavers and an on-site vivarium.
CAMLS integrates simulation technology, aviation science, team training, and evidence-based best practices into innovative programs with measurable outcomes.