This video pans across the Health student study space on level 6, building 10. The study desks form hexagonal shapes, there are computers along the walls and coloured plastic stools to sit on.
Health facilities, virtual tours
This is a video from inside the control room, looking out through the one-way glass into two teaching spaces. You can see beds on the left with mannequins lying in them, spanning over to the right there are work tables in the middle, a lecturn set up with projector over to the right and the flipped arrangement in the second lab.
This video pans through the maternity ward space. Along the walls, you can see clinical cots, beds, mannequins of people and babies.
In the middle of the room you there are square tables with chairs for students. This is a mixed learning and practical space.
There is a lecturn along one wall where there is a computer set up and a screen.
Maternity and childrens lab
This video shows a 360 degree rotation with our scrub rooms.
This video spans from left to right of our clinical lab 3.
On the left you can see the projector screen on the wall with the lecturn in front. As we move into the middle you can see work desks with green chairs on castors. In the far back you can see the one-way mirror behind which is the control room. Along the back wall there are hospital beds with mannequins in them.
Clinical lab 3
Clinical Lab 4 video transcript
Clinical lab 4
This video is a 360 view of our lab on level 6, building 10.
The room has 2 projectors, one at either end of the room and a removable wall that can split the space into two.
The room is mainly occupied by tables and green chairs but along one wall, there are provisions to have simulation bays.
Clinical labs 6/7
This is a 360 rotation view of our lab on level 6, building 10.
Similar to lab 6/7, this lab also has operable walls, which when pulled back creates our largest flexible learning lab space.
You can see glass panels as the long walls in this lab and projectors at either end of the room with lecturns in front. The whiteboards are the length of the short walls.
Simulation bays can be set up along the opposite long wall of the room.
Clinical lab 8/9
Welcome to UTS's state of the art clinical laboratories. Class begins with our nursing students being invited into the lab by a member of the clinical teaching staff. Let's follow along.
Our laboratories are designed to mimic real world clinical practise so students can build the confidence necessary to treat future patients expertly. Students practise their skills on a selection of mannequins, part task trainers and at time they even get involved in role play scenarios, sometimes playing the patient themselves.
Most clinical laboratory spaces at UTS have a control room attached where academic and technical staff control, monitor and assess a student's engagement with our high fidelity mannequins. Students are examined on their skills in reaction to a number of scenario based assessments.
Our students have access to the supportive practise laboratory, a learning environment exclusive to UTS. Within this space, students practise any clinical skill of their choosing with a clinical facilitator under a guided practise approach.
UTS is Australia’s top ranked young university and ranked 1st in Australia for Nursing and Midwifery. We’re looking forward to welcoming you at our Health faculty!