Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research (CSESaR) Fund
The Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research (CSESaR) is a 24,000 square foot facility for training in patient safety, complete with simulated emergency and surgery departments. One of the largest non-military simulation centers in the country, it offers training to medical professionals in a broad range of topics, ranging from pediatric emergency medicine to disaster response. The center focuses on learners from all aspects of care including ancillary staff, pre-hospital personnel, and medical students, as well as emphasis on nursing, resident and faculty physicians education.
The mission of the center is to promote quality patient care, expand patient safety initiatives and enhance multidisciplinary health care, education and teamwork through simulation and goal-directed training.
In striving toward its mission, the center aims to impact healthcare on an individual, local and national level.
Other College of Medicine - Jacksonville Giving Opportunities
Carithers Pediatric Group Endowment in Community Pediatrics and Child Advocacy
Breast Health Education Program-Jacksonville
Gerald and Phyllis Sohn Endowed Research Fund in Ophthalmology