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The Simulation & Learning Resources (SLR) provides simulation and clinical lab experiences to pre-licensure, Post Baccalaureate, and Doctorate Nurse Practitioner nursing programs. They also provide Nutrition programs and other health care practitioners with interprofessional simulation experiences. Simulations are run by experienced, registered nurses (Simulation Nurse Specialists) who are clinical experts and have developed specialized simulation expertise. The Simulation Nurse Specialists and faculty collaborate in simulations to provide support to students in developing clinical decision making skills and reflective practice. Students are exposed to different scenarios in a safe learning environment.
The facility includes three simulation suites catering to Adult Health, Complex Care, Pediatrics, Labor & Delivery. There is a sixteen-bed health assessment lab and six clinical skills labs that students use to practice physical exam and psychomotor skills. Students have access to the Virtual SLR, which provides video demonstration, on-line learning modules, and skill performance checklists. A fifty computer study space with resources available to check out is provided through the Computer Library Commons.
The SLR Simulation Program provides a safe learning environment for students to practice and master nursing care. It features:
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Students are encouraged to bring their best to each learning encounter to make it uniquely their own.
The Clinical Labs at the SLR provide an opportunity for experiential hands-on practice. This is provided through formal classes, scheduled practice times, and open lab sessions. Students can practice independently with their own disposable supplies; models and other medical equipment are provided. Opportunities include, but are not limited to, practice of medication administration, injections, health assessment, IV starts, CL dressing change, and foley catheter insertion. Simulation Nurse Specialist is often available to assist with practice. Faculty can also refer students for practice of specific skills.
Note: The Simulation and Clinical Labs are not latex free but latex is minimized as possible.
The Computer Library Commons (CLC) offers a variety of opportunities to assist students be successful in their nursing program.
Students have access to the Internet, e-mail, web enhanced courses, and a variety of educational software.
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