King’s offers students within our Health Schools unrivalled educational resources including the Chantler Simulation & Interactive Learning Centre and the Gordon Museum, which are both the largest of their kind in the UK.
To back up traditional methods, we have pioneered innovative ways to teach clinical skills, which includes a brand new Simulation and Interactive Learning Centre.
The latest General Medical Council quality assurance report (2009) commended the Gordon Museum and the Dissecting Room, which ‘provide excellent resources and prioritise clinical relevance’ and the Virtual Campus, which ‘provides excellent resources for support of teaching and learning for both staff and students’.
The Gordon Anatomy Museum is a unique resource with the largest collection of pathological specimens, instruments and artefacts in the UK. The museum’s historic collection is continually growing and remains a relevant part of teaching today.
Students can also access a vast array of online resources, whether they’re on campus, at home or on clinical placement through our Virtual Campus. It allows students to manage every aspect of their studies, from accessing lecture notes and podcasts, to booking an appointment with their personal tutor and selecting modules. Students can also revisit parts of the curriculum studied in previous years, to relate previous knowledge to the next stage of their studies.
Find out more about each of our teaching facilities: