Education & Resources

Simulation Telehealth trainingTelehealth trainingStudents experiencing Oculus during Telehealth training


Stony Brook Telehealth offers a robust educational series for both undergraduate and graduate medical education. Some of the courses include elements of the virtual physical exam, webside manner, interprofessional education and in-depth telehealth essentials that explore the development and implementation of telehealth technologies. Classes incorporate up-to-date information as well as integrated simulation experience.

For more information, contact, Director of Telehealth Education, Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University.

Stony Brook Medicine Telehealth Course

Course Title: Telehealth: Docs, Data, and Disruptive Technologies
Faculty: Erin Hulfish, MD 
Course Code:     HTZ035

Description: In the era of disruptive technologies in healthcare, clinicians will reach a new frontier in medical practice. With more data, technology and medical literature than ever before, how will the physician’s role adapt to the changing environment of the greatest reforms in healthcare? This selective will serve to introduce the topics of telehealth and telemedicine and discuss the advances in field as well as the laws, ethics, regulations and the evolving doctor-patient relationship. The course will aim to review the applications of telemedicine and future implications to the practice of medicine.

If you are interested in Telehealth education please contact:

Interprofessional Telehealth Board

The Interprofessional Telehealth Board is an academic collaborative composed of representatives from the different health science schools. The group creates educational resources for the healthcare community and develops standards for the practice of telehealth across disciplines, facilitates interprofessional research, creates and suggests interprofessional curricula and explores interprofessional clinical experiences.

For an overview of our innovative Telehealth Interprofessional Education Program — its inception, curricula, and how it's transforming the way our current and future clinicians are using telehealth to provide high quality care and facilitate access to care for our patients — watch this video.

For more information:
Or contact Dr. Shari Miller or Dr. Sritha Rajupet (via email Victoria Lombardo)

Clinical Informatics Bootcamp

Stony Brook Clinical Informatics Bootcamp is a training program targeted to students, residents, and attending physicians, as well as nursing students, nurses, and pharmacists. The course is open at no charge to all at Stony Brook Medicine.

New York State Telehealth Training Portal

This open access, interdisciplinary gateway was developed to deliver peer-reviewed telehealth education to the health care workforce across New York State.

Standards of Practice (AAMC Competencies)

Learn about the 15 core competencies for entering medical students that have been endorsed by the AAMC Group on Student Affairs (GSA) Committee on Admissions (COA). The competencies fall into four categories. Interpersonal, Interpersonal, Thinking and Reasoning, and Science.


Employee Health and Wellness

Wellness Champions Channel: Includes updates on available support and wellness resources include tips for managing stress and anxiety, mindfulness exercises, and other local and virtual resources.

Daily Mindfulness Meditations: (part of our Employee Assistance Program (EAP): A team that Stony Brook employees can join for access to Stony Brook daily mindfulness meditation meetings, Monday through Friday, at 8 am and 12 pm. The team engages in brief relaxation and mindfulness activities, discusses helpful coping strategies, and shares experiences of managing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Healthier U: A wellness initiative for Stony Brook employees that’s designed to address a person’s total well-being — mind, body and spirit.

CAPS: (Counseling and Psychological Services): Offers free and confidential services to enrolled students. Services include crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals, couples, and groups; consultation to students, faculty, staff, friends, and parents; medication management; and assistance with referrals to community resources.