Clinical Skills Development Service

Maternity emergency training: now in rural and remote areas

The Maternity Education team at CSDS is thrilled to announce that we are taking the Maternity Emergency Program to regional, rural, and remote facilities. This initiative is made possible through the funding...


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Exploring simulation-based training at CSDS

Have you ever wondered what a course at CSDS looks like? Maternity Emergency Program – Foundation (MEP-FC) isn’t your typical lecture-based course. Instead, it’s a dynamic simulation workshop designed for medical and midwifery...

Innovation in trauma care

In the fast-paced world of healthcare, staying at the forefront of innovation and collaboration is essential. For CSDS, this means not only showcasing our own work but also learning from others. Recently, CSDS participated in two events showcasing...

Join the Interventional Telehealth Simulation Study!

Calling all medical, nursing and allied health staff! Participate in a research project aiming to enhance support for clinicians treating rural patients. Collaborating with Griffith University, Clinical Excellence Queensland, the Clinical Skills...

Happy International Women’s Day!

Today, March 8th, marks International Women’s Day #IWD2024, a day dedicated to celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women worldwide. IWD is not only a time to celebrate women’s achievements but also a...

Queensland Women’s Week 2024

Queensland Women’s Week, #QWW24, runs from 3-10 March, and celebrates the achievements and leadership of Queensland women and girls. This week offers a platform for women and girls statewide to unite, share knowledge, and celebrate women’s...