Masaryk University Brno
Welcome to SIMU! Supermodern Simulation Centre of the Masaryk University Faculty of Medicine: A place where you can try everything in practice!
SIMU is the most modern simulation centre in Central Europe. It is equipped just like a real hospital. On the ground floor of the building there is an emergency room with a fully equipped car of the emergency ambulance service. An inpatient lift takes you to the hospital floor, which has operating rooms, intensive care units, standard rooms and rooms for teaching virtual 3D simulations. A heliport is located on the roof of the building. SIMU is equipped with real medical equipment, simulators, teaching models and simulators.
SIMU offers a wide range of simulators, from teaching models, simple simulators to low and high fidelity simulators. The list is pretty long - in SIMU you can find, for example, advanced pediatric and adult patient simulators, geriatric nursing model, pregnant woman or newborn simulator, incubator, artificial lung ventilation simulator, CPR simulators or ultrasound simulator. SIMU also contains 70 advanced simulators for teaching dentistry.
The five-story training hospital building filled with medical and simulation equipment is staffed by one of the broadest and best-trained teams in its field. It is under this guidance that students get right into the action, experiencing what they would otherwise only experience after several years of study or in medical practice. Interested in a career at SIMU? Drop us a line and make an appointment. Working at SIMU is a challenge worth taking on!
SYSTEM OF TEACHING
SIMU provides a completely new perspective on teaching. It adds a unique aspect to the curriculum by mastering individual techniques and procedures on simulators. Professional skills are extremely important in healthcare, but only when combined with proper communication they do shape a comprehensive and quality physician for future practice. Thoughtful scenarios of simulated situations allow you to practice everything from dealing with patients to working as part of a team.