Center for Simulation Education

The Center for Simulation Education (CSE) on Loyola University Chicago's Health Sciences Campus is a multicentric complex that provides simulation-based educational exercises and performance assessment activities, covering the continuum of health professional education and skills development. It promotes patient safety and performance improvement with an interprofessional team-based approach.

Institute for Transformative Interprofessional Education

The Institute for Transformative Interprofessional Education (I-TIE) serves to educate future health-care providers and professionals to work as a team to better care for patients, to perform foundational research into interprofessional education/collaborative practice (IPE/CP), and to transform health care to incorporate more interprofessional models.

Institute of Public Health

The new Institute of Public Health promotes current public-health initiatives and educates the next generation of public health leaders.  The Institute builds on our Catholic heritage and Jesuit traditions of service to others.  Faculty from throughout the University advance research by translating effective practices and sound public health policies into evidence-based initiatives.

Neiswanger Bioethics Institute

The Neiswanger Bioethics Institute promotes awareness of, and service to, the ethical dimension of the health professions. This institute’s educational, research and service efforts promote an understanding of the relationship between the everyday challenges clinicians and researchers confront and the calling of professions to advocate for the common good.

Leischner Department of Medical Education

The Department of Medical Education promotes innovation, best practices, and leadership in medical and related health sciences education. The department is the catalyst for incorporating the distinctive values of Stritch School of Medicine across the curriculum. DOME supports curricular efforts related to social justice and concern for marginalized and vulnerable populations, the role of faith in medical practice, and ethical standards of clinical decision making as hallmarks of a Jesuit and Catholic medical education. Systematic, lifelong reflection on one’s professional and personal development as a physician of such values is DOME’s signature formative educational methodology. DOME is home to a growing cadre of academic educators who focus on teaching and pedagogical scholarship and works collaboratively with key clinical departments to further these common aims.

Center for Community & Global Health

The Center for Community and Global Health at Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Division provides curricular support to service learning in health sciences education. The goal for the center is to coordinate the education, clinical and research missions in international and local community health settings.