Nobel Prize-winner opens $2.5 million lab in his name
Emeritus Professor J.
Robin Warren AC, talking
with the Vice-Chancellor
and President Professor
James McWha and
medical students in the
new clinical skills lab.
Photo by Kendall Marriott.
Medicine and nursing students from the University of Adelaide will gain vital clinical skills thanks to a new, state-of-the-art teaching facility named after one of the University's most illustrious medical graduates, Emeritus Professor J. Robin Warren AC.
Professor Warren, who won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2005, opened the new Robin Warren Clinical Skills Laboratory at the University's Medical School with Health Minister the Hon. John Hill.
The Robin Warren Lab is a $2.5 million facility where students can practice and learn the fundamentals of medical consulting and nursing. The lab features single-bed "mini wards" that are fully equipped as if they were real hospital wards, including actual hospital beds, bathrooms and showers. Change rooms, tutorial rooms, and a debriefing area are also included. Read more...
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