LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- A group from UAMS has returned to the states after helping a medical school overseas.
Doctors, technicians and experts from the UAMS Simulation Center spent a week in Saudi Arabia helping to train students at a women's medical college.
The group set up the college's first ever simulation center. Simulation allows students and doctors to practice different real life situations with fake patients.
"We incorporated how to take curriculum and build it into a simulation, which is a very active learning process," said Mary Cantrell.
The group said they plan on checking back with the college to make sure everything is running smoothly.
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