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Monday, November 30, 2015

Paramedic Virtual Reality Training Center (UK)

The UK's First University-Based Paramedic Virtual Reality Training Centre Opens

A new clinical simulation centre that can emulate scenes such as a nightclub fire or roadside crash to train the next generation of paramedics has been opened by Sadiq Khan, MP for Tooting

St. George's, University of London | November 24, 2015

Based in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education run jointly by Kingston University and St George’s, University of London, the Paramedic Clinical Simulation Centre includes a hi-tech immersion room which uses 3D technology to emulate real-life settings allowing students to practice emergency scenarios.
The centre also includes two life-sized fully fitted rear sections of ambulances that are equipped to the specification of the London Ambulance Service which enables students to gain vital experience of working in such a confined space when responding to emergency calls and transferring this skill into practice when doing the important job of a paramedic on the roads of Greater London and other regions.


<more at; related links: (University-based Paramedic Virtual Reality Training Center Launches in the UK. November 28, 2015) and (+Video) (Kingston Univerity and St. George's, University of London. Paramedic Science)>

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