Jamie Robertson
Director of Innovation in Surgical Education, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Instructor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School

Jamie M. Robertson, PhD, MPH is an Instructor in Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Direction of Innovation in Surgical Innovation in the Department of Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She leads efforts within the surgery department to develop curricula and assessments to support medical students, residents, fellows and faculty. Nationally, she is an Associate Editor for the Healthcare Simulation Dictionary and leads efforts to support the development of simulation around the world. She is one of the first fifty individuals to earn the designation of Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator-Advanced.  Dr. Robertson’s funded research involves studying teamwork and communication between members of medical teams in both terrestrial and deep space environments. Dr. Robertson completed her undergraduate education at Seattle University before earning her MPH in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences and PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

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This Harvard Medical School one-year, application-based certificate program is designed to help clinicians, researchers and allied health professionals achieve their writing career goals.

$13,900 - $14,900
Registration Deadline
Starts Jun 19
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This Harvard Medical School six-month, application-based certificate program provides the essential skill sets and fundamental knowledge required to begin or expand your clinical research career.

$6,900 - $7,900
6 months long
Registration Deadline
Starts Oct 21