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Simulation Center

The Simulation Center is an accredited state-of-the-art facility that gives learners the opportunity to participate in designed learning activities in a safe, controlled environment. In addition to the Simulation Center suite, learners have access to a 12-bed practice lab.

What is Simulation?

Our Simulation Lab provides students with an immersive, realistic clinical experience in a low-risk environment. These learning experiences allow them to improve clinical skills, reduce medical errors, and develop confidence in practice. Participating students can interact with high-fidelity manikins or standardized patients; actors modeling specific conditions or playing family member roles. During a simulation, non-participating students and faculty members observe and prepare for the post-simulation debriefing. Throughout the debrief, faculty and students discuss the scenario, the participating student(s) performance, what went well, and things to improve moving forward.

The Simulation Team

Our highly-qualified simulation team works tirelessly behind the scenes to provide hands-on learning experiences for our students and prepare them to effectively provide care in a variety of roles.

Back: Dr. Kelley Connor, Anthony Reynolds, Tracee Chapman, Rochelle Sorenson, Casey Blizzard. Front: Janet Lo, Angela George, Julie Bond. Not pictured: Jason Blomquist


Society for Simulation in Healthcare Accredited Program: Research and Teaching/Education

College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences strives to provide high quality, affordable, relevant education to its students and the campus community through health-related initiatives and resources. The college believes that students can learn more from each other through interprofessional education learning opportunities to advance life-long health in global communities. Below is the list of schools, resources, and initiatives housed in the College of Health Sciences.

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