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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

Centre de SIMulation à l'URGence extra-hospitalière de l'ENSOSP

Aix En Provence - Les Milles, France

The ENSOSP trains 25,000 professional firefighters French officers, volunteers and the health service. The training provided are designed to meet the employers orders (SDIS ) in terms of managerial and operational quality and adaptability, and the Civil Security Department (DSC) in normative and prospective terms. Creuset initiatives and partnerships and institutional approaches, the school also supports the training advisers and offers high-level training through specialized Masters (risk management, law of civil security, CBRNE).

Centre de Simulation Médicale Interdisciplinaire de LiègE - (SMILE)

The SMILE is dedicated to teaching, scientific research and community services mainly in acute care. We engage in hi-fi simulation, simulation with standardized patients and using virtual reality.

Centre de Simulation PRESAGE

Lille, France


Centre for Innovation in Medical Education

Karachi, Pakistan

The Centre for Innovation in Medical Education (CIME) in the Aga Khan University campus in Karachi is a donor funded facility. The centre is completed and commissioned in November 2015, are located adjacent to the AKU School of Nursing and Midwifery and cover an area of 80,000 square feet. The Centre is the most advanced healthcare teaching and learning centre in Pakistan as well as in the region. CIME aims to transform education in Nursing, Medicine, Dentistry and Allied Health professions in country through partnerships and through raising expectations of what is possible in education, innovation, and learning through technology. It has the potential to become a regional leader in healthcare simulation. The Centre intends on transitioning from being an ‘Excellent Centre’ to a ‘Centre of Excellence’ where teaching and learning are directly linked to improved practitioner performance and improved patient outcomes.