OxSTaR (Oxford Simulation, Teaching and Research) is the University of Oxford’s purpose built, state-of-the-art medical simulation teaching and research facility in the Nuffield Division of Anaesthetics at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Simulated learning scenarios provide invaluable opportunities to observe, develop and test how healthcare professionals work together and interact with their environment and equipment.
12 October 2020
The project "Listening with Intelligence: An Evaluative Training Initiative to improve safety for low risk mothers and babies in labour" was undertaken in partnership with Oxford AHSN, Oxford University Hospitals FT Royal Berkshire FT and Health Education England e-Learning.
29 September 2020
The latest book in the Oxford specialist handbooks in Anaesthesia series has been published. OxSTaR's Hilary Edgcombe edited "Global Anaesthesia" with Rachel Craven and Ben Gupta.
23 September 2020
Dr Claire Pickering, a Simulation Fellow at OxSTaR, and Dr Chris Gough have won the Clinical Support Service Award for "Tea Trolley Teaching".
Founded in 2008
Trains healthcare practitioners
Based at John Radcliffe Hospital