Clinical Skills Development Service

Introducing Queensland Trauma Education

Multidisciplinary, relevant, and best practice care education that supports trauma care providers across Queensland to be skilled and responsive to the needs of injured patients.

A STaR is born

The Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) has launched a brand-new quarterly magazine called STaR (Simulation, Training and Research). The magazine replaces our old newsletter and offers updates on important developments in simulation...

CSDS 10 Year Anniversary and Open Day

2014 marks the 10 Year Anniversary for the Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) in providing healthcare simulation training throughout Queensland and Australia. CSDS will hold an open day at the Skills Development Centre on 9 September, 2014...

How to moulage a bloody stump

Moulage “The art of applying mock injuries for the purpose of training Emergency Response Teams and other medical and military personnel.” – Wikipedia Our Simulation Coordinators demonstrate how to replicate a traumatic blast...

CSDS on world stage at SimHealth Conference

CSDS recently had a significant presence at the 2013 annual SimHealth Conference held at the Brisbane Convention centre over the period 16 – 19 September 2013 and hosted by Simulation Australia. The conference was a national forum for...