Rural Simulation Education Program
Simulation is the act of imitating or representing a 'real-life' situation or process from the simple to the very complex.
In healthcare, simulation is used as a highly effective and efficient way to train and assess healthcare practitioners. It is also a mode of research.
Simulation is an important and effective education modality in HETI’s approach to training NSW health professionals. HETI supports a wide variety of simulation based educational methodologies and technologies – from specialised simulation centres to actor based learning – to support a capable workforce delivering excellent patient care.
HETI's work in simulation reinforces the requirements of:
- The Health Professional Workforce Plan 2012-2022
- NSW Rural Health Plan: Towards 2021
- HETI Strategic Plan
|Simulation Masterclass||Parramatta||3 - 4 November 2021|
|Emergency Masterclass||Cowra||10 - 11 November 2021|
|Rural Maternity Care Course||To be confirmed||17 - 18 November 2021|