Clinical Skills & Simulation

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Welcome to Clinical Skills & Simulation at MKUH

The Clinical Skills and Simulation team are committed to improving and optimising patient safety and quality of care through the development and implementation of innovative, high quality sustainable training programmes. 

Our services are aimed at: 

Internal and External Healthcare Professionals
Medical Students
Dental Students
FY1 and FY2 Doctors
Medical Staff
MKUH Clinical staff and AHP's
Nursing and Midwifery Students 

We have a state of the art Simulation suite in the New Academic Centre..  Each suite includes two Simulation rooms with adjoining observation rooms  and a fully equipped clinical skills room.  The Simulation suites offer high fidelity mannequins - SimMan, SimMum, SimBaby, SimJunior, and SimMan 3G.  Our clinical skills services for medical students and FY1/2 Doctors, ranges from essential skills, IV cannulation, through to advanced skills - CVC insertion, chest drain insertion and more.

The Clinical Skills and Simulation Team is committed to training at all levels.  We continue to develop our range of services as our department evolves.  For the full range of clinical skills training we offer please contact us. (Bespoke training can also be arranged).

To book:

Please call or email us to discuss your requirements and complete and return our booking form

The Sim Scenario Template will assist you in creating your scenario and this must be completed and sent to us at least two weeks before you scheduled SIM session. 

Team Members:
Christella Williams
- Clinical Skills & Simulation Manager

Rudolph Roberts – Clinical Skills & Simulation Technician
Peter Sleeman-Barker - Clinical Skills / Simulation Practitioner
Alan Hayward - Clinical Skills Technician
Matt Batten - Clinical Skills / Simulation Practitioner

Simulation Leads:

Dr Caroline Walker – Consultant Anaesthetist

Miss Rachel Soulsby – Consultant Surgeon


External: 01908 995090
Internal Ext: 85090  
[email protected]

check out our forthcoming training sessions 


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Our Simulation Interest Group meets quarterly and is open to new members from all healthcare professions. Please contact us for further details