The Empathy Simulation Training Suit is a collaborative project led by the Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health in partnership with the School of Rural Health in Orange and the Commercial Development and Industry Partnerships unit at the University of Sydney.
Over the past ten years the Empathy Suit has been used as an in-house simulation training tool for over 250 health sciences students studying at the Broken Hill University Department of Rural Health.
The Empathy Suit is designed to:
After significant interest from the aged care and health service industries, the Empathy Suit and a one-day training package are available for purchase.
What's it like to live with a disability? An introduction to the Empathy Simulation Training Suit.