Life Saving Techniques Workshop
The Life Saving Techniques Workshop is a full-day session for third-year medical students utilizing multiple low and high-fidelity simulation modalities. The experience is aimed to teach specific life saving procedures and assess the ability to apply knowledge, recently-acquired procedural techniques, communication skills and teamwork in the care of a simulated critically ill trauma patient.
The Life Saving Techniques Workshop is located in the Claude Moore Medical Education Building at the Medical Simulation Center on the ground floor. For more information about the Medical Simulation Center, click here.