Goodman Surgical Education Center

The mission of the Department of Surgery at Stanford University is to provide excellent patient care, to deliver outstanding undergraduate and graduate education, and furthermore to invent the future of Surgery through a commitment to basic science, clinical research and innovation. To this end, the Goodman Simulation Center at Stanford is an integral part of these missions, and of the broad education programs throughout Stanford University School of Medicine.


Surgical Education Fellowship- Position Open

American College of Surgeons - Accredited Education Institute Certified Fellowship in Simulation and Education in Surgery

We are recruiting for a Surgical Education Fellow to begin July 2016 at the Goodman Surgical Education Center in the Department of Surgery at Stanford University.  This will be a two year position for a resident between the 2nd and 3rd or 3rd and 4th post-graduate year in General Surgery. (Shared funding between institutions is available)

Educational Programs

The Goodman Surgical Education Center has a robust educational curriculum including, Resident Education, Medical Students, Pre-Medical Students, and an ACS-AEI Accredited Surgical Simulation Fellowship. 

Research

Our research endeavors include flipped classroom for medical student core clerkship, sub-optimal learning environment for medical students, technical skills assessments, and innovative self-assessment platforms.  

Letter from the Director

January 2015

The Goodman Simulation Center (GSC) and the Surgical Education Fellowship Program at the Department of Surgery at Stanford have been growing in scope and breadth over the last six months. 

We have been re-accredited by the American College of Surgeons as a Level I Education Institute for another three years.  The hard work of all those with the center have culminated in this re-accreditation.