Dr. Cooke graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and completed his family medicine residency at the University of Michigan. He has served as the Executive Director of the UM Clinical Simulation Center since 2011 and has made simulation-based medical education the focus of his academic career. Dr. Cooke maintains a continuity clinic at Chelsea Health Center and attends on the inpatient medicine service at Chelsea Community Hospital.
Medical simulation, curriculum development, best practices in simulation-based education
Cooke JM, Rooney DM, Fernandez GL, Farley DR. Simulation center best practices: A review of ACS-accredited educational institutes' best practices, 2011 to present. Surgery. Electronically published in advance of print December 19, 2017
Rooney DM, Hananel DM, Covington BJ, Dionise PL, Nykamp MT, Pederson M, Sahloul JM, Vasquez R, Seagull FJ, Pinsky HM, Sweier DG, Cooke JM. An approach to value-based simulator selection: the creation and evaluation of the simulator value index tool. Surgery. Electronically published in advance of print January 19, 2018