During this session, learners will be exposed to current terminology used in medical simulation while furthering their understanding of the different technologies used in medical simulation. Learners will also be presented with a curricular process linking simulations to accreditation standards.
Brian G. Mann EdD, MS, PA-C is the Chief of Simulation Operations for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Before joining PCOM, Dr. Mann served as the Director of Simulation Education at the Jerry M. Wallace, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine from 2014 – 2021, where he created and executed multiple simulation curriculums for both undergraduate and graduate medical education. Dr. Mann earned a degree in Surgical Physician Assistant studies in 2002 and completed his Doctorate of Education in Health Professions (EdD) from AT Still University in 2021. During his tenure at Campbell, Dr. Mann was invited to lecture about simulation and leadership in medicine at many national and international professional conferences.
Dr. Mann began his professional career working as a firefighter/paramedic in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. Subsequently, he worked as a Physician Assistant at Cleveland Clinic and several other hospitals in the Cleveland/Akron area, working in different medical specialties, such as emergency medicine, pulmonary critical care, lung transplant, interventional bronchoscopy, express care, and corporate health.