Simulation based Training

Simulation-based training for undergraduate medical students

  • Simulation-Based Medical Education (SBME) has been embedded in the UG medical curriculum Students are exposed to this training in all semesters, appropriate to their level of education and training. The Centre is equipped with a wide range of task trainers for this purpose.

Task training: undergraduate medical and nursing students

  • Undergraduates are regularly trained in procedural skills as per the recommendations of the MCI and Nursing Council of India and for those skills that they are going to use during their internship and early medical career. Examples include:
    • First aid
    • Injections (all types)
    • ECG including arrhythmias
    • Catheterization
    • Suturing
    • Normal delivery
    • Nasogastric tube insertion
    • Breast/rectal/PV/pregnant abdomen examination

Task training: postgraduates

  • Lumbar puncture
  • Advanced airway skills
  • ATLS protocols
  • Newborn resuscitation
  • Ventilatory support
  • Obstetric Examination
  • Conduction of normal delivery

Crisis Resource Management (CRM)

  • Team training and principles of CRM are taught to postgraduate students of some disciplines like Anaesthesia using mannequin-based simulation. Skills taught include
  • Leadership
  • Situational Awareness
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Decision making
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