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New training suite for Brighton nursing students

The University of Brighton has opened a newly-refurbished suite that provides nursing students with real-life scenarios to learn their skills.

The new £250,000clinical skills and simulation suite is based at the university’s facilities at Falmer.

Students using the suite are taught a range of skills to assess and care for the acutely ill and deteriorating patient, and can be monitored and given instructions from a nearby studio.

Professor Shirley Bach, head of the school of nursing and midwifery, said: “The state-of-the-art suite is among the best equipped in the country.”

She added: “’We have clinical suites on all teaching sites, in Hastings, Eastbourne and Falmer, and are about to spend a further £120,000 on a midwifery simulation suite at Eastbourne.”


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