Clinical Skills Development Service

Innovation in learning – Intercostal Catheter Insertion Course

We would like to share the launch of our latest innovative learning solution: Intercostal Catheter Insertion (ICC). The course combines theory, clinical procedural skills and augmented reality to deliver an...


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Faculty Improvement Collaborative

On Monday March 12th, CSDS hosted the inaugural Faculty Improvement Collaborative (FIC). Thank you to all who attended on the day and contributed their thoughts and ideas. It is a rare opportunity to have so much valuable experience in the one...

Safety Differently – The Movie

CSDS were invited to share insight and learnings with Prof Dekker from working with frontline staff to review the current approach to safety management in hospitals, and develop a new approach to challenge the culture of how safety incidents and...

Reflexive Sim… What’s it all about?

Reflexive simulation is all about understanding how work is done. It is the sociology of knowledge that refers to the circular relationships between cause and effect. This new quality improvement tool, combines traditional uses of simulation with a...

Simulympics at the Junior Doctor Conference

CSDS presents Simulympics – a competition between teams as they race against each other and the clock through simulated clinical skills stations and scenarios. Come and see the action at the Fourth Annual Junior Doctor Conference, 1-2 Jul...

Celebrating 100 Pocket Centres!

CSDS reached 100 Pocket Centres at the end of 2016. Thank you to all Simulation Providers across Queensland and congratulations for reaching this milestone! CSDS are launching Pocket Centre Guides as a way of supporting the Pocket Centre model now...

Mannequin Challenge – Unfreezing for 2017

Our mannequins are up for any challenge! They may be plastic but they’re passionate about their role in helping save lives #legitmannequinchallenge #merrychristmas #challengeacceptedmetrosouth #mannequinchallenge As 2016 draws to a close, we would...