Stroke Simulation Training – Basic Course

Stroke Simulation Training – Basic Course

Nature of course: Open to internal & external attendees from Health Education South London

Course Director: Dr Jonathan Birns, Elderly Care Consultant


Attendees will learn, practise and deliver clinical care in an environment that is close to real life using an interactive human patient simulator (a computer-controlled whole-body manikin which speaks, breathes and has audible heart and lung sounds).

Attendees will:

    learn to recognise and manage acute deterioration in a stroke patient, explore non-technical skills (NTS) and the human factors involved in patients’ safety.
    explore some of the core issues of non-technical skills (NTS).
    learn to review their working environment and human factors and their effects on patient safety.



This course is aimed at Band 5 stroke ward nurses and junior doctors (foundation trainees or core medical trainees).

There are 6 nurses and 6 doctors spaces on each course.

Dates & Fees:

Please contact the Simulation team for more information on dates & course fees.

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