Simulation training


The simulation training provided at the Centre for Advanced Medical-Surgical Simulation (SimHUB) is aimed at:

- Resident doctors: training, skills reinforcement.

- Practitioners: practice of new techniques, new skills acquisition, experience enhancement.

- Specialisation: knowledge improvement, experience, training to become trainers.

- Health training: courses for companies, sports and social organisations, local councils and hospitals.

- Simulation of technical skills

  • Advanced surgery simulation programme: surgical endoscopy, non-surgical endoscopy, traumatology, microsurgery, minimally invasive and robotic surgery.
  • Basic transversal surgery simulation programme.

-Simulation of non-technical skills

  • We boost communication skills for both the interaction among professionals and the interaction professional-patient, as well as decision-making skills.
  • Specific simulation workshops of medical, nursing, physiotherapy, psychology, dietetics, podiatry and mutual labour consultations.

- Gamification and advanced critical patient programme

ECMO patient care

Formacions en simulacio_HUB

  • Promotion of new strategic, didactic, pedagogical and professional skills for trainers and health teams.
  • Application of simulation methodologies in training strategies and research projects and in the teaching-learning process.
  • Public-private collaboration in performance evaluation, usability and user experience of devices and technical and non-technical skills.
  • Participation in national and international innovation projects.

- Basic health training (for staff of companies, organisations, town councils, health centres and hospitals)

-Basic Life Support + Effective Use of Defibrillator (BLS + AED)

- First aid

- Foreign body obstruction of the airway

  • FBAO in infants
  • FBAO in adults

- Burns

- Lateral safety position (PLS)

- Faintings

- Wound control

- Poisoning

- Allergic reactions

- Traumatisms

- Children

  • Causes of death in children
  • Basic concepts of children in relation to adults
  • Fever and convulsions
  • The asthmatic child
  • Management of the diabetic child
  • How to set up a school first aid kit