A cutting-edge facility that helps develop the skills of healthcare students has been launched at University of the West of Scotland.

The new state-of-the-art Pre-Hospital Simulation Centre, based at the University’s £110 million Lanarkshire campus, is a unique, adaptable space providing simulation-based education for UWS students.

The facility helps give students the opportunity to develop and practice discipline-specific skills by placing students involved in paramedic science, nursing, midwifery, and health and social care in realistic scenarios where they will use their assessment and clinical decision-making skills to treat patients in a controlled environment.

The new immersive facility uses bespoke indoor and outdoor complex scenarios to provide students with the opportunity to experience working within a multidisciplinary team, and reflect and adapt their skills and decision-making.

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