Medical teaching has come a long way since William Osler, a pathologist at the Montreal General Hospital collected specimens from autopsies to teach medical school students about human organs. The Steinberg Centre uses the latest medical simulation technologies to enhance the skills of students studying physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, nursing, and medicine at McGill. The Centre has clinical examination rooms where students and clinicians can practice on mannequins, a hi-fi operating room to practice surgery and a simulated apartment that allows students and caregivers to train for real life scenarios. There’s even a virtual reality room where students practice real cases virtually to reduce errors. The Centre prepared a series of videos that introduces viewers to the people who work there and shows how students and researchers interact with the newest technology. To learn more about the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning please visit their website and to watch the guided tours of the Centre, please visit the Centre’s playlist on the McGill’s YouTube channel.