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Clinical Simulator

Northern Clinical Simulation is a partnership between Northern Health, the School of Nursing at the University of Northern British Columbia, and the Northern Medical Program. Our goal is to support educators with the development and integration of clinical simulation into healthcare education.

What is clinical simulation?

Clinical simulation uses life-sized, anatomically correct human models (see chart below) to provide realistic training for student nurses, staff nurses, medical students, physicians and other healthcare professionals.

The simulators can be used with real medical equipment, allowing practice with burns, labour and delivery, resuscitation and advanced life support, heart attacks, and more -- all without risk to patients.

Who can use the simulators?

Our centres, simulators, task trainers, and staff are available to non-Northern Health users for an hourly fee.

For more information contact:
Michael Lundin
Coordinator, Northern Clinical Simulation
(250) 645-6400.

Where is clinical simulation offered?

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Note: Simulator descriptions above are based on text from laerdal.com and gaumard.com

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