Fifth anniversary: Botkin Hospital’s medical simulation centre

October 19
Healthcare

The medical simulation centre at Botkin City Hospital was established 5 years ago. Lectures and seminars are now available for the doctors who are treating COVID-19 patients and the course lasts three days. Its aim is to try and improve the medical worker’s professional skills at hospitals treating COVID-19 patients.

The medical simulation centre is a virtual multidisciplinary clinic. It has departments of urology, obstetrics and gynaecology as well as neonatology, ultrasound diagnostics, da Vinci surgical system simulators and laparoscopic operations, plus Noelle, the pregnant medical doll and Caesar the bleeding robot. Over a period of five years, the experts working at the centre have developed and implemented over 250 educational programmes in over 50 medical specialties.

The use of innovative lifelike virtual technology allows medical workers to upgrade their professional skills. The centre also offers accreditation and evaluation of doctors and candidates for Moscow clinics, including those under Moscow’s Department of Healthcare. Over 1,500 specialists have undergone this, and over 400 people passed certification exams in various specialties.

The centre regularly takes part in Russian and international conferences and has been given many awards. It’s also got many prizes from scientific events.

Source: mos.ru

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