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Clinical Simulation Center

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Clinical Simulation Center

Hello, and Welcome to the Yonsei University College of Medicine Clinical Simulation Center.

Here, everyone from undergraduate students to healthcare professionals can obtain a hands-on clinical patient care experience, and become proficient in techniques used in clinical practice under simulated and virtual conditions - similar to those encountered in real life.
Let’s take a closer look at the facilities and activities that take place at the Clinical Simulation Center.

The Center is comprised of four simulation rooms and ten Clinical Performance Examination rooms and Objective Structured Clinical Examination rooms. Additionally, there is a Skills Laboratory and a Conference room, where debriefing and lectures are held.

Simulation Room
Simman-> Comprehensive patient simulator ,
Harvey-> Cardiopulmonary patient simulator,
Megacode kid-> Advanced pediatric patient simulator,
Simbaby-> Advanced infant patient simulator

This is the Simulation room. Here, we have various simulators, from high-to-low technology and fidelity. These simulators are used for various target groups and purposes.

Utilizing a high-technology simulator, students can practice treating patients in a simulated emergency room setting. Behind a one-way mirror, instructors can evaluate each student’s performance and give appropriate feedback when necessary. Meanwhile, in a neighboring room, fellow students can also observe and learn from their peers’ performance.

Here is another example of a high-technology simulator. This simulator provides a comprehensive cardiology curriculum by realistically simulating various cardiac conditions.

These simulators are available for training and assessing pediatric and infant clinical cases.

CPX/OSCE Room
The Clinical Performance Examination room was designed to reflect an outpatient consultation room setting. Here, students gain experience in medical history taking and physical examinations to diagnose and to make treatment plans for patients with various symptoms. Behind a one-way mirror, instructors can observe and evaluate each student’s performance.

In an adjacent room, a student is practicing a Spinal Tap Procedure, while in another room a student is practicing examining a pregnant woman prior to delivery.

In General Surgery, students practice wound closure on a swine model, as well as practice performing a breast examination on a standard patient.

In Nephrology, students practice inserting a urinary catheter.

While studying Pediatrics, students practice endotracheal intubation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation on an infant model.

In the Skills laboratory, students learn to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

In July 2011, our center signed a MOU with the Gorden Center for Research in Medical Education at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in the United States.

Additionally, external academic groups hold various simulation workshops for healthcare providers here at our center.

Our center is open to anyone in the medical profession and anyone hoping to expand their competency of patient safety and improved quality of care.

Thank you
CSC@yuhs.ac
02-2228-0355,0356

Yonsei University College of Medicine Clinical Simulation Center
 

 

clinical simulation center
Clinical Simulation Center
Mission

To promote competent and superior healthcare professionals by providing state-of-the-art healthcare education and research using simulation technology.

Vision
  • To become the leader in healthcare education and research.
  • To enhance quality patient care and patient safety.
About CSC
  • CSC(Clinical Simulation Center) creates virtual settings closest to the actual clinical situations for medical students to learn clinical skills. With the growing need for expert medical skill and patient safety, the Center was opened on 24th September 2009.
     
  • Yonsei University College of Medicine Clinical Simulation Center provides spacious, state-of-the-art facility to create virtual clinical setting with various patient models and programs and implements effective communication skills training via standardized patients.
     
  • The current training program offers systematic clinical skills and the Center provides the program not only to medical students but to medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and technicians.
     
  • The Center is in the first basement floor(B1) of the Health System Clinical Trial Center building. The Center is around 813m² in size, fully equipped with 10 Clinical Performance Examination(CPX)/Objective Structured Clinical Examination(OSCE) rooms, 4 simulation rooms, a debriefing room, a conference room, a self learning room, a clinical skills laboratory, and a real-time audio/visual recording system.

     
  • CPX/OSCE room

      CPX / OSCE room


      Mock clinical care between participants and Standardized Patients(SP)

      Mock clinical practice using low fidelity simulator

      Evaluation and feedback from observers and supervisors from an outside

      control center




       

  • Simulation room 

      Simulation room & Simulator

      Mock emergency room, intensive care unit, operating room, and general ward are set up for students to learn clinical management and specific clinical skills required in each setting.










       
  • Other Facilities

      Others

      Debriefing Room, Conference Room, Clinical Skills’ Laboratory,
      Audio/Visual Recording system












       
  • Main Simulators
    • Comprehensive patient simulator for clinical practicum (SimMan 3G)
    • Adult resuscitation simulator (Resusci Anne Skill Reporter)
    • Auscultation simulator (Ventriloscope)
    • Pediatric resuscitation simulator (MegaCode Kid)
    • Infant resuscitation simulator (SimBaby)
    • Cardiopulmonary patient simulator (Harvey)
  • Location
    Health System Clinical Trial Center building B1
     
  • Contact
    Tel. 02-2228-0355, 0356 Fax. 02-2227-7988 E-mail: csc@yuhs.ac

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