A team from Queens University Belfast who were awarded a small research grant from INMED in 2015 have published their paper ‘Living with ‘melanoma’ … for a day: a phenomenological analysis of medical students’ simulated experiences’ in the British Journal of Dermatology.

The team composed M. Corr, G. Roulston, N. King, T. Dornan, C. Blease and G.J. Gormley used simulation to allow students experience the lived experiences of having a melanoma. The full paper is available from Wiley here.