Stephanie Sudikoff, MD is the Director of Simulation for Yale New Haven Health, assuming primary responsibility for the SYN:APSE (Simulation at Yale New Haven: Advancing Patient Safety and Education) Center for Learning, Transformation, and Innovation, a Society for Simulation in Healthcare-accredited, inter-professional, state-of-the-art healthcare simulation and experiential learning program, with expertise in technology, adult education, and human factors engineering. Dr. Sudikoff leads the SYN:APSE team in the design, support, and sustainment of education, workflow analysis, device testing, facility design, and other initiatives across YNHHS. As a Pediatric Critical Care physician, she provides the team with insight into the clinical environment and the context in which learners must apply and translate their skills. She has published and presented widely, and is a recognized leader in both the national and international healthcare simulation communities.
Dr. Sudikoff received her BA from Columbia University, MD from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, a graduate certificate in Teaching and Learning/Concentration in Healthcare Simulation from The Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, and completed the Harvard-Macy Scholar Program for Educators in Health Professions.