The interprofessional Center for Experiential Learning and Simulation (iCELS) at UMass Medical School provides exemplary simulation development, programming, and research for medical and clinical professionals. Hands-on simulation experiences can build bridges among disciplines and transform health sciences education and practice.
iCELS staff work collaboratively with instructors to design, implement, and assess clinical simulations as we serve the educational needs of UMass Medical School—and offer state-of-the-art simulation technologies and support to New England's clinical and professional health care workforce. iCELS reflects the environment fostered at our academic health sciences center—innovation and excellence in education, basic and translational research and patient-centered care.
Learn about the iCELS mission and vision.
iCELS is led by an interdisciplinary team of education, clinical training and simulation professionals.
Our facility has the ability to simulate a wide range of scenarios, including clinic rooms, inpatient facilities, disaster sites, and other health care settings. Our operational staff will work with you to create the optimal learning experience for your needs.
We're interested in learning how iCELS can best help you.