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...

CSDS Staff Spotlight – Online Learning Team

Katja Grixti (Online Learning Team Lead), Stephen Francis (Online Learning Developer), Richard Campbell (Online Learning Developer). Our focus is on the learner and how we can create the most user-friendly experience so that they can best consume...

Tips and tricks: Basic moulage edition

Why is moulage so important to healthcare simulation? The art of moulage is applying makeup, prosthetics or simulated blood, for example, to create a visual representation of life-like injuries to enhance the realism of clinical simulation training...

CSDS Staff Spotlight – Equipment Technical Services

Daniel Host (Technical Services Supervisor) and Clinton Henderson (Simulation Coordinator). Our team is vital to supporting state-wide clinical education by getting the right equipment to the right place in the right time with technical support to...

#SIMinar 1: CSDS Responding to COVID-19

Opened by Mark Butterworth, Acting Executive Director, Safety and Quality, and Clinical Skills Development Service, Presented by Luke Wainwright (Nurse Educator, CSDS). During this presentation Luke will discuss the important role simulation has...