Each year Bristol Medical Simulation Centre organizes 120 courses and delivers training to approximately 1500 delegates. We appoint two teaching/research fellows who are be taught how to teach using a range of clinical simulators and will develop the skills to undertake the design, organization and delivery of course material. BMSC also offers a variety of…Details
The BMSC Sim Ward Area
An Example of Surgical Simulation
The BMSC Control Room
Perfusion Courses Now Available
Specialist Paediatric Programmes Available
Train The Trainers
Welcome to the Bristol Medical Simulation Centre (BMSC), a unique facility delivering expert multidisciplinary healthcare training.
At BMSC we use a variety of interactive human patient simulators and manikins to give clinicians the opportunity to learn, rehearse and perfect procedures from the simple to the highly complex.
“Very well organised day, staff all very friendly and approachable. I felt I could ask/contribute without difficulty.”
“Overall an excellent course which I will recommend to others. Has made me feel more comfortable with the thought of having to use some of the equipment in a real situation.”
“Brilliant course, great structure, well organised, all very relevant”
Unique facility delivering expert multidisciplinary healthcare training
News from the BMSC
The Bristol Medical Simulation Centre was the first of its kind in the UK when it opened in 1997, and has gone from strength to strength ever since. This article lets you learn about the work of the centre including helping staff train for the new developments at UH Bristol. To read more click here
Anaesthesia in Austere Environments
To read more about this subject please follow the link to an article as featured in the Royal College of Anaesthetist bulletin, May 2015 edition: AustereCourse
Improving Safety in Cardiac Surgery
To find out more about this breakthrough simulator please, follow the link:Cardiac simulator page
A Different View
Discover a different view of the medical simulation world.
To read the full article please follow the link: A Different View
Excellence in POC training/innovative practice
We hope our example will allow to change the way medical professionals are trained in their own work environment.
Please find a full content here: Multi_professional_point_of_care__POC__simulation_programme_GP015.pdf_60935435
BMSC training in South Africa
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