Florence Nightingale’s Contribution to Modern TCCC

We’ve all heard of Florence Nightingale, the pioneering Lady with the Lamp. During a time when most English women of her class were spending their time embroidering, reading and looking for a suitable husband, Florence was laying the foundations for modern nursing practice. Many of the strategies and treatments which Florence and her team employed […]

By Joanna Aitkens | Medical Simulation . TCCC Training

Healthcare for the Ageing Generation

The world’s population is the oldest it has ever been. The number of people aged 60 or over has tripled since 1950 and is on course to reach 2.1 billion by 2050. An ageing population used to be a developed world phenomenon but better healthcare across the globe, and a decreasing birth-rate, means that it’s […]


Who Cares?

One of our best selling patient care manikins is featured at the "Who Cares?" exhibition currently being held at the Museum der Arbeit (Museum of Work) in Hamburg, Germany. "Who Cares" is a work devised by the historian Isabel Atzl who also has 10 years of experience of working in hospitals as a Nurse.  The […]

By Joanna | Medical Education