For professionals

A learning environment for the skills and technology of the future


Services for medical professionals

Our facilities are suitable for clinical skills training and self-training, familiarization with new equipment and technologies, and organization of events tailored to the needs of different professional groups. In our high-quality training environment, we work with real instruments, including simulators, 3D-printed anatomical models and organs donated for training.

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Specialist training

Achieving excellence in surgery requires the surgeon, in addition to knowing the theory of medicine, to practice manual skills on an ongoing basis. Constantly evolving operating room technology also creates a need for familiarity and training to ensure safe and optimum surgical results.

The microsurgery center's ergonomically designed training environment is a low-threshold training area for learning and maintaining advanced surgical skills. Familiarizing oneself with the techniques used in surgery is also safe and stress-free at the Microsurgery Center, without the demands of the actual treatment situation.

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Independent training

Regular training ensures professional craftmanship, makes operative action more efficient and promotes patient safety. The training models at the Microsurgery Center are suited for medical students familiarizing themselves with surgical skills as well as specialists adopting new, demanding surgical techniques. Training is done with real instruments ranging from simplified models to cadavers.

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Tailored events

Our facilities are well-suited for arranging tailored trainings and exercises for health care professionals in many different kinds of roles.

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KUH Neurosurgery

“In the past, the best way to learn surgery was with the master-apprentice method, but now we can practice with realistic simulation models. When we move on to operating on patients, we are much further along and minimize the risk of accidents.”

Timo Koivisto
Chief Physician 

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