• South Africa | Emergency Medical Care Rescue Exercise

    Seven EHU Paramedic students recently joined three other universities in addition to further colleges and provincial services in a large scale training and simulation exercise in South Africa. Organised and facilitated by the University of Johannesburg, Rescue South Africa was also a large contributor in providing organisation and equipment. The event consisted of training days […]

  • The Simbulance

    The Simbulance

    Our site at Manchester St James’ provides an extensive modern clinical simulation suite, including a mock operating theatre, ambulance simulator and clinical skills stations. A 3D immersive simulation suite enables you to practice clinical scenarios in a realistic, supportive and safe environment, and additional facilities include an open plan library and IT resources. The ambulance […]

  • Meet our Clinical Skills and Simulation Coordinators!

    A Clinical Skills Coordinator, or Clinical Simulation Technician, is a member of support staff who provide technical, computer, administrative and team working skills to the Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre. Their role is key to ensuring that simulation sessions run smoothly, providing an excellent experience for students and staff. Here at Edge Hill University we […]

  • #MeetTheManikins | Ariel and Cliff

    Let us introduce you to the faculty twins, Ariel and Cliff – Our very own child simulation manikins!  ?? Ariel and Cliff, known as the MegaCode Kids, are used by our students in a range of different simulated scenarios including CPR, Trauma, First Aid and more. They help us to practice our skills and work […]

  • Student Profile | Emma Wafer

    Student Profile | Emma Wafer

    Emma graduated from Edge Hill University in July 2017 with a First Class Honours Degree in Nutrition and Health. ‘Whilst in my third year at  Edgehill University studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Health one of my modules entitled, Personal Career Development, required me to complete a  placement in order for me to pass the course. […]