Clinical Learning Resource Centre

Simulation plays an important role in the education of health sciences students. Facilities in various locations across campus give students the opportunity to practice and learn clinical skills in a controlled, virtual environment. Students can be supervised and while they practice on high-fidelity simulation equipment, standardized patients and volunteer actor patients. Simulated real-life environments give students confidence in their ability to treat patients. 

The CLRC at the University of Saskatchewan has one of the most advanced simulation facilities in Canada. Services provided to all health sciences faculty and students are consistent and make good use of the university's resources. These facilities include:

  • the Simulated Clinical Assessment Area located on the 2nd floor of E-wing;
  • a physical therapy functional activities lab; and
  • a state-of-the-art simulation facility in the College of Dentistry where students learn basic procedures.


For more information, contact:
Debbie Briere, CLRC Manager
Phone: (306) 966-2037




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