Our multi-million pound simulation centre at The Health Academy, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is a world-class learning facility. We deliver award-winning multi-disciplinary clinical training and education programmes using a range of the very latest high-fidelity manikins.

We develop and deliver bespoke training packages for clinical staff of all disciplines, as well as providing undergraduate and postgraduate medical education programmes.  Take a look at our video to find out more. 

 

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A Rich Learning Experience

Mannequins are controlled by clinical staff during training sessions and learners who aren’t actively involved can observe virtually in covert rooms to review their peers working through scenarios. Alternatively, assessors are able to observe learner performance. Recording facilities allow for learners to participate in debriefs to provide a rich learning experience. Our facility enables dynamic and responsive teaching programmes that are approved by:

Training is developed and provided by a qualified, multi-disciplinary team that can create bespoke learning programmes for any clinical learning requirements.

To discuss your requirements, please do get in touch.

Call: 01772 524850
Email: lancashire.simulation@LTHTR.nhs.uk

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Training is developed and provided by a qualified, multi-disciplinary team that can create bespoke learning programmes for any clinical learning requirements.

Testimonials

Testimonials

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I found it very useful to see how to use the oropharyngeal airways, and the different types available for us to use. I also found it helpful when taught by an anaesthetist how to intubate a patient and how to assist someone who is doing it.

The practical demonstrations were informative and thought provoking, and it was nice to be able to have some “hands on” experience of a needle thoracentesis. 

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I enjoyed learning about chest drains, the reasons why they are used and how to insert them. I found it useful when we were given the opportunity to try to insert a chest drain for real and to be taught step by step. 

Overall I found the simulation course really well planned. I found it interesting and very useful. It would be a course I would recommend to my colleagues.