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We have won numerous Clinical Excellence awards for our clinical placements and innovations.
Housed in the Simulation Suites, our virtual reality simulators are available to all postgraduate trainees.
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Our facilities are based in the Trust Headquarters and Education Centre at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield
MESH is the Medical Education & Simulation Hub The ethos of the Directorate of Medical Education is to develop and promote a multi-professional learning environment without boundaries. Visit the About Us page to see where we are and what we offer.Learn More
Our full range of courses are listed on the events and courses page. Get in touch with the team if you have any queries about your learning requirements.Learn More
We have a wide range of advanced simulators that enhance training in specialties such as Orthopaedics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Urology plus more.Learn More
MESH produce the MMJ: Mid Yorks Medical Journal. Published quarterly, it is peer-reviewed with the aim of promoting education and best-practice by publishing evidence-based articles.Learn More
28 Jan 20 18:15 - 20:45
27 Mar 20 08:00 - 12:30
30 Mar 20 08:15 - 12:45A half day course, aimed at Registrars and STs in... Learn More
29 Apr 20 09:00 - 13:00
Overview of our Laparoscopic Suturing course that took place on Friday 13 October.Learn More
Great feedback from our second Obstetric Anaesthesia course...Learn More
Insight, our new Clinical Journal replaces the MMJ: MidYorks Medical JournalLearn More
This year has seen the introduction of our new Mid Yorkshire Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Awards. Continue below to see who the winners were...Learn More
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Incredible opportunity to do upper tract endoscopic work with expert mentors on site.
BAUS course resident
British Association of Urological Surgeons
Fantastic day! The 3G simulation was very realistic and good at demostrating the difference between real life and just learning the theory.
5th year medical student
Leeds Medical School
Simulation was particularly helpful and effective in highlighting both practical and medical knowledge. The small groups were especially appreciated as we were forced to think on our feet.
4th year medical student
Leeds Medical School
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