GAPS

  GAPS is an inter-professional training facility at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London. We use simulation and other educational tools and techniques to help healthcare teams achieve their full potential. Our centre includes two full-immersion high-fidelity simulation suits, a fully-equipped skills lab, part-task trainers and a post-graduate dental and micro-surgery unit. We... Continue Reading →

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Skills Training @ GAPS

St George's Advanced Patient Simulation & Skills Centre, have two decades worth of skills training as contributors and developers of some of the first surgical skills training programmes in the world. Currently hosting the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) in the centre, the opportunities to recieve state of the art service at your place setting... Continue Reading →

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Simulation Training @ GAPS

GAPS, Technology Enhanced Teaching & Learning Centre present a huge catalogue of Simulation based training opportunities for St George's staff, regional training and participants from all over the world. St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,  is the home of GAPS' state of the art facilities and a team with decades of Healthcare & education... Continue Reading →

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CAMhELS

  Pioneering Inter-professional simulation at the interface of In 2017 a series of commissioned courses (by Health Education England (South London)) was designed to meet the challenges and needs of staff across St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation trust in caring for cancer and end of life patients with mental health co-morbidity. Supporting staff working... Continue Reading →

Cardiac Advanced Life Support (CALS)

This is a two day inter-professional course for members of cardiac surgery and critical care teams. This course is delivered in our UK leading simulation centre, in London, using advanced technology to enhance learning. The course is appropriate for all levels of practitioners and physicians associated with Cardiac Surgery including Operating Department Practitioners (ODP), Anaesthetic... Continue Reading →

Journal Club 12th October 2015

The papers  we have discussed are: RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Between-group behaviour in health care: gaps, edges, boundaries, disconnections, weak ties, spaces and holes. A systematic review by Jeffrey Braithwaite The use of simulation to develop advanced communication skills relevant to psychiatry by Kowalski & Sathanandan Ethical problems in intensive care unit admission and discharge... Continue Reading →

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