Students played medical marvels for the day during an activity session designed to inspire them to consider a career in health care.
About 200 Year 10 students at Wath Comprehensive School took part in the health care science day, led by education specialists Classroom Medics.
They got the chance to treat a life size patient called Stan and were tasked with diagnosing his disease. The realistic-looking patient blinks, breaths, talks, sweats, cries and even has a heartbeat and lungs. Student Amber Lily Linney, 14, said: “I got to see how different pieces of equipment work and the techniques doctors use to treat us. My favourite was taking blood from a fake arm.”
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