02 July 2019 | News
With the launch of simulators, Ansal University is on its way to transform teaching methodologies on smart robots which can simulate different health parameters of a human body
Ansal University has launched a hi-tech Simulation laboratory for training of students of its Sushant School of Health Science. In association with Yuva Healthcare Institute, the launch took place at the University campus on July 1, which is also celebrated as Doctor’s Day.
YUVA Healthcare is an advanced skilling institute, which strives to elevate the quality of healthcare delivery. It provides requisite skills to the Nursing and Allied Health professionals in the state-of-the-art medical simulation center, and makes them ready for the work place.
Dr. Dharminder Nagar, MD and CEO of Paras Hospitals was the Chief Guest for the event. Applauding Ansal University for this unique initiative of providing its students with advanced Medicare technology and exposure, Dr. Nagar congratulated the faculty and students of Ansal University who will be able to work in the hi-tech laboratory. Other eminent personality present during the launch was Padamshree Dr. K K Agarwal, who is also the president of Heart Care Foundation of India.
With the launch of simulators, Ansal University is on its way to transform teaching methodologies on smart robots which can simulate different health parameters of a human body. Such kind of advanced training will make the graduates employable all over the works making the programmes aspirational. This marks a bright future for healthcare education in India which is set to grow at exponential rate.
Director, Sushant School of Health Sciences, Prof. Monica Chaudhry, said, “The technologists in the health Care system need to be well educated and trained to handle patients. Currently there is a huge gap in training them and bridging their theoretical and practical knowledge. They learn most of the skills in hospitals direct on the patients which is also unethical. The supervisors at hospitals are also busy enough to impart proper skill and knowledge to the young trainee. These simulators shall revolutionise the education system in health sector.”
Establishing the simulators is gaining traction as institutions intend to expand their reach to enhance student-understanding, and provide a distinct kind of hands-on training for future doctors and medical professionals. Ansal University is bridging the gap between theoretical and practical learning in the safest possible way.
VC - (Prof) Dr Raj Singh said “Simulators are enabling technologists to support the future doctors, creating an inter-dependent yet productive ambience in the industry. These labs focus on making efficient, skilled doctors who are competent enough to handle any and all obstacles that come their way. The students being nurtured in simulation environments are bound to be excellent professionals. We are looking forward to zealous efforts put in by Sushant School of Health Sciences and YUVA Healthcare Institute, enhancing the future of the Medicare industry.”
The Simulators training laboratories are assisting technologists to be the very spine of the doctors and the medical system. The objective to be delivered via introducing the simulators is to make students confident and present them with exposure as well as the experience they require to excel in their field. Ansal University's initiative to prep up the professional industry of Health and Medicare is all about making the laboratory as realistic as possible.