The frontier of medical education is simulation. Duke’s medical simulation center features human simulation mannequins with major organ systems that respond to the environment and the medical students’ interventions. The Center is pioneering human simulation as a tool for clinical trials and in training research personnel for clinical trials. The simulation labs can also transform into surgery suites and clinical exam rooms. The Center is located in the Trent Semans Center for Health Education, a brand new, $53 million building, featuring the simulation labs which can also serve as clinical exam rooms and surgery suites.
Leave hotel 1:15, tour 2-3, return 4:00
Transportation: $15 NOTE: Fees are subject to change and tour subject to cancellation depending on interest, so get your friends to sign up! Register and pay for the Medical Simulation Center tour here.