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Standardized/Simulated Patient Program
The Standardized/Simulated Patient (SP) Program, coordinated through the Office of Medical Education (OMED), is dedicated to providing medical students with the opportunity to become more compassionate communicators and influential members of the medical community. The program is integral to the medical school curriculum, ensuring the opportunity in each curricular year for experiential, hands-on learning to enrich the student’s educational experience in clinical and interpersonal skills.
This portion of the OMED website is designed for learners who encounter SPs, for visitors who are interested in becoming SPs, and faculty or facilitators who wish to include SPs in their courses or training programs.
Standardized Patient Program
M-Floor Alan Magee Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15261
An overview of SPs and the SP Program at Pitt.
Information for learners who use SPs.
For Prospective Clients
Information for prospective clients who want to use Pitt's SPs in Teaching & Assessment.
See our educational space where Pitt medical students encounter SPs and explore poster presentations, workshops, and news articles.
Contact the staff members who coordinate and run the SP Program.