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Clinical Simulation Lab

Clinical Simulation Lab

VATNP Course Simulations for first and second year Nursing students and LPN-to-RN Bridge students

THE CENTER PROVIDES VALUABLE STATE OF THE ART "HANDS-ON" MEDICAL TRAINING THAT WILL NOT ONLY PREPARE STUDENTS FOR HEALTH-RELATED CAREERS, BUT ALSO PROVIDE ENHANCED QUALITY OF CARE FOR PATIENTS !" KAREN JACKSON, VIRGINIA DEPUTY SECRETARY OF TECHNOLOGY

SIMULATIONS LAB

Designed to facilitate a realistic patient care setting for a rural hospital. Houses three distinct patient care settings: an ER bed, ICU bed and a labor and delivery bed.

sim lab

CONTROL ROOM

The control room allows full video and audio access to the lab and the patient simulators, facilitating live streaming vocals to enhance the trainee's experience.
controlroom

DEBRIEFING ROOM

A spacious conference room equipped with large screen monitors that allow trainees to review their clinical performance from each of six different angles.
debrief

Patient Simulators

istan simulator

Stan communicates via live audio, controlled by our simulation specialists; a feature that enables a strong focus on patient communications. Stan’s unique features allow him to be very realistic in a simulated patient environment.

baby hal simulator

This patient simulator can be male or female and is designed to be used in conjunction with Noelle and be her newborn.

noelle simulator

This manikin is very unique in that she can deliver a baby. This simulation manikin gives the opportunity to learn and practice normal delivery and complicated emergency deliveries.

simman

Latest version of Laerdal's adult simulator with the most advanced simulation technology.The manikin has the ability to blink at you and to talk with you as you are providing care, which enhances the realism.

Sherrie Carpenter, RN MSN

SIM Lab Nursing Instructor
Health Technologies

(276) 964-7621
sherrie.carpenter@sw.edu
Russell Hall R-214

Bethany Rose, RN BSN MSN

SIM Lab Nursing Instructor
Health Technologies

(276) 964-7661
bethany.rose@sw.edu
Russell Hall R-214