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Simulation Centre Networking Project

We are inviting all Simulation Centres throughout Europe, both large and small to present their centre and the courses run for inclusion in a Simulation Centre Network.  This is accessible to everyone via our website and we believe will provide:

  • better communication with Simulation enthusiasts.
  • information sharing between Simulation Centres.
  • an updated list of Simulation Centres in Europe.

To make and application please click here

 If you have any questions please contact

NAW Berlin

We are specialised on in- and out-of-hospital emergency settings. We have built an emergency room, operation room and ICU for our trainings. Soon we will use VR technology in our courses. Actually we are in process to become an accredited Simulation Centre.

NoDE institute Simulation Center

Athens, Greece

NoDE institute Simulation Center is a branch of NoDE institute, a non-profit organization with a mission to promote medical education. The simulation center started operating in the second quarter of 2018. We provide mainly laparoscopic surgical skills training, and are in the process of integrating further medical simulation courses, including BLS and ALS instruction for doctors and nurses, as well as team training in ER, OR and ICU setting scenarios.

Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors

The Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors is a state of the art multi-professional training facility. We run simulation-based courses for hospital healthcare staff - from nursing auxiliaries to anaesthetic consultants, as well as industry-based personnel such as off-shore gas platform medics. In addition, we facilitate workshops and provide lectures on non-technical skills and human factors for healthcare personnel, higher education institutions and business.


Postgraduate simulation center training all kinds of health personel in the hospital and region of Southern Denmark