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18 September 2018

Every-Body Counts!

The Every-Body Counts session will take place on Tuesday 18 September 2018 between 16:00-18:00 in the Atrium of the Bristol Heart Institute.

The Community Outreach Simulation Project which has been running since June this year is working with 8-18 year olds within the community such as schools, colleges and youth groups. The project aims to help build a bridge between what young people enjoy doing and what they could potentially do as careers within the NHS. This could be clinical or non-clinical and through a variety of routes which include NHS Apprenticeships, Traineeships and attending University. Through volunteering young people can gain experience and develop interpersonal skills that can then aid them with their future career aspirations.

In celebration of Healthcare Simulation Week, 17 -21 Sept, we are inviting UH Bristol's young volunteers, young people who are interested in volunteering and relatives of UH Bristol staff (aged 14 years plus) to come along to a fun simulation and skills session. This will include multiple skills stations ranging from basic life support, airway skills, how we utilise moulage (makeup) for our manikins, games around communication/ human factors alongside role play from volunteer actors.


For further information contact Laura Harrison, Community Simulation Outreach Co-ordinator, Bristol Medical Simulation Centre.