Standardized Patient Program - John A. Burns School of Medicine
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Location651 Ilalo StHonolulu, HI 96813 United States
JABSOM, as part of the fabric of Hawai'i, is a diverse learning community committed to excellence and leadership in: Educating current and future healthcare professionals and leaders, Delivering high-quality healthcare, Conducting research and translating discoveries into practice, Establishing community partnerships and fostering multidisciplinary collaboration, Pursuing alliances unique to Hawaiʻi and the Asia-Pacific region, Acting with forethought regarding right relationships, respect, and moral action. Pono.
The Standardized Patient Program plays an integral role in the education of Hawaii's future physicians. Standardized patients (SPs) are trained to portray medical patients in roleplay scenarios so our students can practice and be tested on their clinical skills like communication, empathy, physical examination, and diagnostic reasoning.