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Opening of an Enhancing Trainees' Learning Experiences through the Advanced Multiprofessional Simulation Training Facility at the University of Hertfordshire

  • Guillaume Alinier (a1)
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The University of Hertfordshire is currently setting up the largest medical simulation centre in UK and it is being presented in this article with some background information. This new centre includes a range of simulated clinical and community environments and makes use of modern patient simulators that will enhance the students' learning experience.

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Correspondence to: Guillaume Alinier, Hertfordshire Intensive Care and Emergency Simulation Centre, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9AB, UK. E-mail: G.Alinier@herts.ac.uk; Tel: +44 (0) 1707 286395
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