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 firstname.lastname@example.org
The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland (CAI) were early adopters of simulation-based education and were the first Irish Postgraduate Medical Training Body to incorporate mandatory simulation into their training programme. The College of Anaesthesiologists Simulation Training (CAST) Centre was opened in 2010 and further expanded in 2018 with the addition of new state-of-the-art facilities and latest simulation equipment.
The Centre of Maritime Health Service is part of the Danish Maritime Authority and is situated on Fanoe. The Centre train Danish and foreign seamen sailing on Danish flagged ships to be in charge of medical care. You have to be an educated seaman to participate in our planned courses. Approximately 1300 seaman a year participate in one of our courses. The Centre of the Maritime Health Service also offers specially designed courses for health care professionals – just contact us. Please put 'ATT: SIM Team' in the subject field of the email.
The Surgical and Clinical Skills Centres within the School of Medicine, University of Dundee come together as the Dundee Institute of Healthcare Simulation (DIHS) capitalising on their combined expertise and experience of providing simulation-based medical education spanning almost thirty years. Surgical Skills Centre Technological advances and innovations require new skills to be mastered and the centre designs programmes to facilitate these ongoing requirements. The custom-built facility includes interventional human anatomy, virtual reality simulation, micro-surgery operating microscopes, an operating theatre, fully equipped laparoscopic training laboratories and advanced surgical skills training on Thiel embalmed human cadavers – which all combine to form one of the most innovative surgical training facilities in Europe. The Centre recently became the first in the UK to receive full Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) Centre Accreditation. The Centre’s training portfolio spans various disciplines with training provided at basic, intermediate and advanced levels for local, national and international trainees. Clinical Skills Centre Educational activities within the Centre are wide ranging, from simple task trainers and interactions with our volunteer simulated patients, to the use of virtual and augmented reality simulation and the immersive environments provided in the Dow Clinical Simulation Suite. The Dow Clinical Simulation Suite is a £1M extension which has recreated a variety of realistic healthcare settings, enabling healthcare professionals to learn safely in simulated environments and enhancing the transfer of new skills to clinical practice. A state of the art control suite allows real time recordings of simulated sessions, creating the opportunity for video-assisted debriefing which promotes reflective learning.
EduSim specializes on In-Situ Simulation trainings in the field of both in-hospital and pre-hospital emergency medicine. EduSim programs cover a broad spectrum from human factors and patient safety to hard skills in emergency medicine. The mutual goal of all EduSim programs is to increase patient safety by the development of individual and team oriented knowledge, skills and competencies.