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Mark Bullard, MD, MS-HPEd, FACEP, CHSE

Medical Director

Dr. Bullard has been with Atrium Health since 2004 and joined Carolinas Simulation Center in 2012. He studied simulation education at the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston and completed his Master of Science in Health Professions Education, with a focus on simulation, at Mass General Institute where he gained expertise in both qualitative and quantitative investigation as well as educational research design, implementation, data analysis, and scientific writing. Dr. Bullard is involved throughout Atrium Health in the development and implementation of multiple educational curricula using high-fidelity medical simulation as a vehicle to train residents and other medical professionals in a consistent, safe, and efficient environment. He uses a model of hands-on adult learning with guided discussion, debriefing, and feedback to help define simulation as an educational modality within Atrium Health. In addition to being the medical director for Carolinas Simulation Center, he is also a clinical professor within the department of emergency medicine and is director of their simulation program. Dr. Bullard also serves as the director for Atrium Health’s Intern Simulation Common Critical Care Curriculum (4Cs).

Medical School: University of Cincinnati

Graduate School: Mass General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals

Mark Bullard

Medical Director

Dr. Bullard has been with Atrium Health since 2004 and joined Carolinas Simulation Center in 2012. He studied simulation education at the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston and completed his Master of Science in Health Professions Education, with a focus on simulation, at Mass General Institute where he gained expertise in both qualitative and quantitative investigation as well as educational research design, implementation, data analysis, and scientific writing. Dr. Bullard is involved throughout Atrium Health in the development and implementation of multiple educational curricula using high-fidelity medical simulation as a vehicle to train residents and other medical professionals in a consistent, safe, and efficient environment. He uses a model of hands-on adult learning with guided discussion, debriefing, and feedback to help define simulation as an educational modality within Atrium Health. In addition to being the medical director for Carolinas Simulation Center, he is also a clinical professor within the department of emergency medicine and is director of their simulation program. Dr. Bullard also serves as the director for Atrium Health’s Intern Simulation Common Critical Care Curriculum (4Cs).

Medical School: University of Cincinnati

Graduate School: Mass General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals

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