Case Study -Starship and Durabook combine for world-leading healthcare simulation

Starship Children’s Health in Auckland is the largest purpose-built children’s hospital in New Zealand. It provides healthcare services specifically for young people and is a major teaching centre, leading the country in paediatric research and training.

Simulation is one of the key elements of training for child health teams and the Douglas Starship Simulation Programme replicates real life scenarios to help clinicians prepare for treating sick and injured children. Using the programme, multi-disciplinary clinical teams assess and manage the care of child mannequins.

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