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Scott Engum, MD is an associate professor of surgery and the director of The Simulation Center. He graduated from the University of North Dakota Medical School in 1989 and then completed general surgery training at Indiana University in 1994. Engum completed a two year fellowship in pediatric surgery at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, and has been a faculty member at Indiana University School of Medicine and Riley Hospital since 1996.
Education has long been an area of interest for Engum. He served as the 3rd year surgical clerkship director for 10 years in addition to orchestrating the Basic Clinical Skills Competency for the IU School of Medicine. Simulation in education has been a longstanding passion for Engum, and a partnership with the IU School of Nursing has not only allowed studies to be completed, but has furthered interdisciplinary education amongst clinical medical and nursing students. Engum has been a member of The Simulation Center operation committee since its inception in 2005 with culmination of our current 30,000 square foot center in 2009.
Phone: 317.963.7608 Email: Pcollin1@iuhealth.org
Paul Collins is the simulation coordinator for The Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall. Collins is originally from Grand Rapids, MI where he worked as a medical educator for seven years. He moved to Indianapolis to work at the Indiana School of Nursing as their simulation coordinator in 2008 and became the simulation coordinator for The Simulation Center in August 2009.
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Maura Hege is the Standardized Patient Educator for the Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall. She graduated from Ball State University with a Masters in Speech Communication in 1992. Hege taught communication for 6 years at a technical college before moving into medical education. She began her career in medical education at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Hege first worked as the program coordinator for the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course for a year and then worked as the standardized patient trainer and director of the clinical skills center for 14 years. While at MUSC, she also worked with the National Board of Medical Examiners piloting cases in preparation for Step 2 CS. Hege returns to her Midwestern roots to work with the SP program at the Simulation Center.