THE CAMBRIDGE SIMULATION CENTRE
The Cambridge Simulation Centre is a state of the art facility providing highly effective simulation-based training in a practical environment since it’s opening in 2005.
The Centre allows multi-disciplinary learning on manikins and part-task trainers that simulate a wide range of very realistic medical scenarios.
Our aim is to improve patient safety through teaching and training, with research methods being developed to provide us with tools to reduce clinical error.
Scenarios are written, programmed, and designed specifically to meet the needs of each group of attendees depending on their level of experience.
This enables each participant to rehearse relevant procedures, both simple and complex, and have exposure to rare events.
The Centre is based at Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust.