The facility boasts three state of the art patient ‘manikins’ which can breath, bleed, blink, react to medicine and even speak. They can simulate life-threatening medical conditions (such as a heart attack) and can also be cannulated, catheterised and intubated.The facility at King’s will give students including trainee doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and midwives the chance to treat a ‘living’ manikin, and hone their skills carrying out a diverse range of procedures and treatments before using them to treat actual patients

For more information please visit King’s Simulation Centre


Weston Education Centre