The University has invested more than £100 million in research and teaching infrastructure across the Health Sciences and Royal Victoria Hospital Campuses, and will invest a further £350m in buildings and facilities across the University over the next ten years to support the University’s Vision 2020.
Adjacent to the WMB is the Medical Biology Centre houses three large lecture theatres, the purpose built Clinical Skills Education Centre and the Biomedical Library. There are extensive catering facilities onsite and wireless access provision.
The Clinical Skills Education Centre is located on the second floor of the MBC. It provides both clinical skills training, revision and assessment and is used extensively by medical students and doctors in training. Clinical skills training spans all years of the medical undergraduate curriculum ranging from basic life support training in year 1 to high-fidelity simulation training in years 4 and 5. The centre also provides the resources and accommodation to deliver all the Objectively Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) for the undergraduate course.
A Virtual Histology Microscopy suite is located within the Medical Biology Centre along with two recently refurbished state-of-the-art and audio-visually equipped gross anatomy laboratories. The Medical Biology Centre also hosts two modern physiology teaching laboratories and a workshop.
The School's main office, Postgraduate Office, Centre for Medical Education and Centre for Biomedical Education offices are all located in the Whitla Medical Building (WMB). The building also houses three large seminar rooms on the first floor and within the foyer of the WMB is a meeting place with wireless provision.
Approximately £1 million has been invested in the last five years to ensure Dentistry has the most modern clinical facilities of any UK Dental School. Located within the School of Dentistry Building on the Royal Hospitals campus, 90 dental chairs are provided for undergraduate dental teaching as well as NHS clinics. In addition, Queen's facilities include 2 dedicated lecture/seminar rooms, tutorial rooms, as well as a newly refurbished Dental Clinical Skills Laboratory and other laboratory facilities where students are taught in a simulated environment before treating patients.
The Mulhouse building has been extensively refurbished as a base for clinical academic staff and medical students on the Royal Victoria Hospital site. The building also houses the Medical library and five large seminar rooms. It also houses the NI Cancer Registry at Queen's. Two large lecture theatres are located in the neighbouring Institute of Clinical Science.
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