UNIMED Begins Clinical Simulation Training for Students

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The University of Medical Sciences, (UNIMED), in Ondo state, has incorporated simulation training into its clinical training programme.

Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Adesegun Fatusi, said that simulation training has become an integral aspect of medical training globally, hence UNIMED’s decision to incorporate it into its medical programme.

Fatusi described the initiative as fundamental in the 21st century.

He said the new initiative was aimed at improving patient safety and quality of care in the medical world.

Written by: Helen Obih

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