The School of Medicine and Public Health uses Simulated Learning which allows students to gain competency in clinical skills in simulated clinical settings.

Simulated learning education

Simulated learning educationSimulated Learning Education (SLE) is a teaching method that allows participants to gain competency in clinical skills and 'rehearse' in simulated clinical situations. Real life medical and health scenarios are practiced using flexible space resembling hospital and clinical environments  actors, mannequins and equipment.

Our clinical schools are equipped with simulation equipment. Participants are taught by specialised clinical staff and advanced technology allows students to attend remotely from compatible sites throughout the area.