The Clinical Education and Experiential Learning Programs have established the JI as an elite global provider of advanced physician training and industry immersion programs. New medical devices developed for complex cardiovascular and neurological diseases are becoming more sophisticated and challenging to use effectively and safely. The JI’s unique facility is an ideal location to host physicians for new device training with a variety of capabilities, including live case observation & discussion with surgeons from GVI catheterization labs, hands-on experience with patient- specific 3D-printed anatomical models, medical simulation, cadaver labs, lectures, and more. The JI also offers residents and fellows’ programs and labs sponsored by organizations such as the Congress of Neurological Surgeons as well as industry, specializing in both endovascular and surgical procedures. These programs are geared toward individual physician observation, as well as small group observation, and include hands-on one-on-one time with clinical experts to understand treatment decisions.
Our customized immersion and learning programs allow engineers, regulatory reviewers, and medical professionals to observe devices in the clinical environment, leading to improved medical devices and accelerated learning. Overall, in 2021, the JI hosted over 90 programs, including 19 virtual programs, 18 onsite clinical immersion programs, 30 Bioskills labs, and 25 live/recorded cases. Since program inception, the JI has trained 3,000+ physicians, engineers, medical sales reps, senior executives, and more with our clinical training programs in neuro, cardio, EP, and spine.
One-day and two-day advanced physician training programs are available and provide participants with opportunities for endovascular simulation, BioSkills lab, cadaveric specimens, animate models, and live surgical observation. All programs accommodate up to 30 participantsand virtual programs are also available. Additionally, studies have shown that junior physicians obtain patient success rates approaching that of more experienced colleagues when provided first-hand experiential training. The critical importance of Physician Continuing Education and first-hand learning is recognized by all American medical boards.
Three-day, five-day, and two-week clinical needs identification programs are available. All programs accommodate up to eight (8) participants. The objective of this program is to guide participant teams through the clinical needs identification stage of the Biodesign process so they emerge at the end of the program with clear, validated needs statements.
We offer a unique environment for bioskills training for both surgical residents and physicians looking for hands-on experiences deploying devices in a variety of training environments such as endovascular simulators, patient-specific 3D printed anatomical vascular models, pre-clinical models and/or cadavers in a fully functional lab.
She leads all JI education programming including both physician- and industry-facing training and clinical immersion programs with particular focus on customer retention and the development of new business opportunities as well as educational leadership programs for middle school, high school, and college students aimed at sparking their interest in...
The JI has a brilliant vision to unite various experts in an innovative ecosystem under one roof and raise the what-if and why-not questions. This is bound to lead to extraordinary innovations that will address some of the most significant unmet challenges in medicine.
Fred Khosravi, Silicon Valley device entrepreneur
The JI is proud of its strong ties with its medical industry partners. Through these collaborations, we are able to provide excellence in medical device innovation, training, and educational programs.