What is Simulation Ward & Control Room?
The Simulation Ward in CSSC is a well-structured room designed to reflect an actual clinical ward setting. The Simulation Ward is equipped with a hospital bed, wall mounted oxygen supply and suction apparatus, emergency trolley, bedside cardiac monitor, a high-fidelity computerized mannequin with audio-visual recording system and a Control Room at the opposite side with a one-way mirror. The simulation software is preconfigured with various realistic patient case scenarios to enhance the simulated clinical experiences. The high-fidelity mannequin can display a wide range of physiological and neurological symptoms as well as pharmacological responses. In addition, medical moulage or special effects makeup, is also being used as part of the simulation training to make the learning more effective by increased realism. During training, the facilitators control the mannequin’s response, patient monitors, recordings and sound from the Control Room. This set up allows facilitators to control the learning environment, monitor and view students’ performances via the one-way mirror. Immediate debriefing and peer feedback session will be conducted after the simulation training which allow students to reflect and recognise their own strengths and areas for improvement.
Our virtual tour of the Clinical Campus in Seremban will give you a chance to see our campus and its facilities, including the Simulation Ward & Control Room.