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The following organisations exhibited during the Faculty of Surgical Trainers Meeting 2013.

If your organisation is interested in exhibiting or sponsoring future events run by the Faculty of Surgical Trainers, please email


Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH)

ASPiH’s aim is to enable wider sharing of knowledge, expertise, and educational innovation related to simulated practice and technology enhanced learning across the healthcare professions. They are a rapidly growing membership Association with a number of Special Interest Groups and members can register at their events at concessionary rates.


Centre for Medical Education

The Centre for Medical Education within the School of Medicine in the University of Dundee is one of the leading international centres in medical education. The Centre provides educational support for the Medical School and collaborates with a number of other institutions in the UK and overseas. Their major focus is to make teaching and learning more effective in all phases of education including undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education. The Centre has more than 30 years’ experience of running courses in medical education and over 5000 participants from more than 73 countries have taken part. The Dundee qualifications are recognised throughout the world.




eoSurgical aims to improve the quality of surgery throughout the world by providing accessible surgical training tools. Their products are affordable, portable, self-contained, and supported by on-line training material. They ship with all you need to start practicing, right out of the box.


Limbs and Things

Limbs & Things

For over 20 years Limbs and Things has been designing, manufacturing and supplying quality medical training products for healthcare professionals. Their catalogue includes task trainers, synthetic soft tissue anatomical simulation models and demonstration models.



Inovus Surgical Solutions

Inovus challenges the traditions in surgical education by bringing you the world's most affordable range of minimally invasive surgical simulators. The Pyxus range offers the perfect adjunct to skills courses and on the job learning for trainees of all level. The Pyxus Pro is perfect for institutional teaching. Our innovative and forward thinking design team will help you bring your personal simulation needs to an affordable reality


Medsim magazine

 MedSim Magazine

Official Magazine of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers Annual Meeting

MEdSim Magazine aims to promote the best education and training practices for the next generation of healthcare professionals. It is written by experienced professionals in medicine, simulation and training. Each issue contains at least six major features and it is published in four issues per year in print and online.


OKB Medical


OKB Medical Ltd (UK distributor for Simbionix)

OKB Medical Limited specialise in unique and innovative healthcare products for use in a range of medical disciplines and in the training of surgical skills. This includes working with Simbionix in providing the highest quality and the most technologically advanced Virtual Reality Medical Training Simulators incorporating the widest range of surgical procedures available.



Simendo is an efficient and validated simulator for training endoscopic skills. It is an ideal tool for structuring a basic skills training program for general surgeons, urologists, gynaecologists and orthopaedic surgeons. In combination with our online e-portfolio they offer training and certification 'anywhere' at 'anytime'. Their credo is: from simulation to education. The Simendo company is closely linked to the world's most advanced flight simulator, called the Desdemona. They train both jet pilots and surgeons.


System Disruptions: 19th August 2017

Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 19th of August.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.