Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre
The Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre was established through the generous support of the William and Elizabeth Davies Charitable Foundation. It is a state of the art facility designed to provide innovative and challenging education and training for physicians, surgeons, dentists and other allied health professionals. CASC is based in the Laboratory of Human Anatomy in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (CMVLS) at the University of Glasgow.
It is the newest of a handful of UK centres equipped to provide cadaveric skills training. CASC has been purpose built with the highest specification equipment available today and offers an unsurpassed level of training. Professionals trained at CASC are at the forefront of a constantly changing occupation and capable of delivering the highest standards of care to their patients.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is committed to providing gold standard education to the medical and surgical professions throughout their careers from trainees to experienced consultants and will utilise the Centre to deliver the highest quality service.
The College will also use the Centre to expand its global reach through the use of high specification audio visual equipment which will enable live theatre links, broadcasts, video conferencing and distance learning to an international audience.
"The Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre is a state of the art facility that will raise international clinical standards, anatomical knowledge and surgical skills through the provision of world class education and training."