Presentació del Vall d'Hebron Centre de Simulació Clínica Avançada
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Vall d’Hebron Advanced Clinical Simulation Centre

The Vall d’Hebron Advanced Clinical Simulation Centre is integrated into Vall d'Hebron University Hospital and provides a cross-departmental service for the institution. It is one of the pillars of the Hospital Teaching Department.

The centre’s mission is to make Vall d’Hebron a benchmark hospital in the use of simulation in training programmes as a model of teaching efficiency. To achieve this, the Vall d’Hebron Advanced Clinical Simulation Centre works to ensure that healthcare, teaching, research and innovation activities related to simulation have a direct impact on improving the quality of healthcare and patient safety, while strengthening innovative, simulation-related teaching methodology.

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We pay attention in different formats to the Vall d'Hebron Barcelona Hospital Campus. See all options, and you can also find out how is the Center for Advanced Clinical Simulation.

We enhance innovative educational methodologies

Simulació infermeres Vall d'Hebron

Simulation training

  • Simulations for building non-technical skills, such as leadership, teamwork, communication, decision-making and situational awareness. 
  • Simulations for building technical skills.
  • Gamification, online learning (e-learning), serious game, virtual reality.
  • Tailoring of scenarios.
Disseny de projectes simulació

Designing of projects

  • Promotion of research and development of new simulators and equipment. 
  • Fostering of new learning skills based on innovative teaching methods. 
  • Participation in national and international projects.
Cocreació de projectes

Co-creation

  • Development of new healthcare techniques through the creation of a safe and realistic spaces.
  • Public-private collaboration with companies through co-creation and performance, usability, and user experience assessments.
Formació externa

External training

  • Training of healthcare professionals in both basic and highly specialised procedures, using clinical simulation programmes that harness new methods and technology. 
  • Accessing the Vall d’Hebron Classroom.
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Programes

Laparoscopia en simulació

Simulació de cirurgia mínimament invasiva avançada

La formació s’imparteix al llarg de tots els anys de residència i compta amb una part pràctica basada en la simulació i entrenament de procediments abans de la seva reproducció en viu.

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CUSAM

Simulació Àrea Mèdica – CUSAM

Aquest curs té com a objectiu principal la identificació, maneig clínic i terapèutic de les patologies mèdiques més freqüents mitjançant simulació clínica i instrumental.

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Resident fent simulació de cirurgia oftalmologica

Programa Simulació Oftalmologia

Els residents poden realitzar pràctiques amb aparells de simulació d'alta fidelitat que reprodueixen casos quirúrgics

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How do we work?

The Technical Commission for Simulation Support (CTSS) is a multidisciplinary commission with representatives from all three hospitals (the General Hospital, the Children's and Women's Hospital and the Traumatology, Rehabilitation and Burns Hospital), and it has the following aims: 

  • To develop simulation-based skills-training programmes. 
  • To define quality standards for simulation activities and ensure they are complied with.
  • To evaluate and supervise simulation-related initiatives, as well as provide support for them. 
  • To analyse the impact of simulated actions on healthcare quality and patient safety.

We currently have a total of 80 simulation leaders from the hospital’s various healthcare areas, who are ambassadors for the use of simulations. In addition, we have 100 professionals who are trained as instructors for the provision of simulation-based training at Vall d’Hebron Hospital.

Who is it aimed at? 

Oriented to the continuous training of health professionals and integrated into the training itinerary of residents.

Where are we?

The center is located on the 5th floor of the Traumatology, Rehabilitation and Burns Hospital. At present, the center has an area of ​​1,400 m2 distributed between the Multifunctional Area, which has multipurpose spaces, the High Complexity Area with specific spaces such as Operating Room, ICU Box, Emergency Box, External Consultation, Surgical Skills Room, Virtual Simulator Room, etc., and a central area called Agora.

How to get

Location Vall d'Hebron Centre for Advanced Clinical Simulation

Simulation Week

From April 25 to 29, 2022, Simulation Week was held in Vall d’Hebron for the first time. Watch the videos of the symposiums and the round tables.

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External training

1r Curso Angioedema basado en simulación para residentes de alergología

12/21/2022 - 15:00
Residentes alergología.
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