October Observations

October 31st, 2011 by cmorris

The simulation labs have been very busy this month with Nursing, Social Work, Physical Therapy, Integrated Health Sciences, Nurse Anesthesia and Physician Assistant students all learning and practicing a variety of skills. CSP also hosted a very fun and successful Open House, inviting UNE faculty, staff and students to meet the newest member of our mannequin family (3G), tour our sim spaces and learn what goes on in the clinical simulation labs. The pictures below tell the story…

Integrated Health Sciences students on the Biddeford campus getting their first exposure to simulation.

Department of Nursing Director, Bonnie Davis learning about the Gaumard Newborn simulator

Filming of a nursing simulation case that was presented to medical surgical nursing class in order to highlight didactic content

Social Work students pose with 3G who played the role of critically injured family member.

Physical Therapy students practicing taking blood pressures on 3G.

Physician Assistant students listening to heart sounds.

Nurse Anesthesia practicing their cannulation skills