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New healthcare simulation suite opens at Bedfordshire

The University of Bedfordshire has celebrated the opening of its new nursing simulation suite at the Luton campus

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | February 06, 2018 | Facilities

The simulation suite is designed to replicate a general hospital ward, and includes an operating theatre, pre-op, post-op and critical care areas, as well as neo-natal facilities.

Visitors had the chance to see the facilities in action as Healthcare Practice students got to grips with the industry-standard equipment. 

Bedfordshire Vice Chancellor Bill Rammell said: “This suite represents the next step on our journey to ensuring our students enjoy the best possible learning experience in the best possible environment.

“I believe healthcare education needs to be a major priority for the future. It is only with an efficient system of both attracting and training high quality healthcare professionals, that the health service will break out of the vicious cycle of staffing shortages and ever-mounting pressure.”

The suite will give Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedic Science and Operating Department Practice students an authentic environment where they can develop the skills, alongside classroom and work placement settings.

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