Katharine Yamulla is responsible for the overall leadership of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center with an emphasis on clinical skills and interpersonal communication skills assessment, competency-based learning, simulation content mapping and integration, promotion of experiential learning and guided self-reflection, execution of faculty development, implementation of quality feedback initiatives, creation of case-based clinical skills curricular content, and implementation of individualized remediation programs that employ longitudinal skills tracking. Ms. Yamulla is the co-founder of the nationally recognized Collaborative Insight Initiative which utilizes bi-directional, in-the-moment feedback and self-reflection on the part of the student and faculty to promote a culture of trust and transparency in medical education. Additionally she was the recipient of the 2017 Business Council of Westchester 40 under 40 Rising Star award as well as the 2015 Navy Seabees Distinguished Scholar award. Under Ms. Yamulla’s leadership, The Clinical Skills and Simulation Center at New York Medical College educates 5,000 learners each year, collaborates with numerous medical centers in the local community, and is the grateful recipient of educational grants from the Children’s Dream Foundation in order to promote pediatric patient safety throughout Westchester County.
Katharine Yamulla, M.A.
Senior Director of Competency Based Assessment and Clinical Skills Education
Director of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center
New York Medical College
7 Dana Road
Valhalla, NY 10595
Office: (914) 594-1734
Cell: (570) 956-5590