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What are the clinical simulators?

Clinical simulators are a very useful and versatile tool for medical education, both for doctors in training and for the most experienced.

They allow to recreate practice situations in a controlled environment, improving the quality of response in the real world.

Simulation training in medical education is about patient safety. It is intended to reduce consequential medical errors.

By replicating real-world clinical environments, simulation training offers the chance to build familiarity with the clinical setting while having the space to safely make mistakes, learn from those mistakes and try again.


Who are they for?

Simulation training is especially useful for novice medical trainees with limited clinical exposure. However, it is also beneficial for experienced medical professionals. As any medical situation can be replicated, more experienced trainees benefit from recreating complex, rare, and dangerous situations.

No matter a trainee’s level of experience, simulation training helps build clinical “muscle memory” that makes live patient interactions safer.

Benefits of Clinical Simulators

Simulation Training Prioritizes Patient Safety

It Provides Customizable Learning Scenarios

It Instills Confidence

It Helps Apply Academic Knowledge

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