Tuesday, Nov 23, 2004 4:00 AM

At the University of Michigan Medical School, 21st century educational technology has caught up with 21st century medicine, with the development of the Clinical Simulation Center.

"We're working to enhance patient safety and the quality of patient care.

At the same time, we're dedicated to the process of education and the assurance of competency, so the advanced technologies in our Clinical Simulation Center help us to meet all these goals," says Paul Gauger, M.D., associate chair for education, U-M Department of Surgery.