The Center for Caring with Technology, a clinical simulation lab, is an 8,300 square foot space that includes an array of learning spaces: two health assessment and adult medical-surgical labs; an obstetrical, newborn, and pediatric lab with a home health component, and two examination rooms. The Center is equipped with a state-of-the-art audio/visual capture system.
Our simulation laboratories foster varied and intensive simulations in all programs across the curriculum. The Center for Caring with Technology is used extensively in the Entry-Level BSN program. Simulations provide a realistic and risk-free environment for students to practice nursing skills and develop clinical reasoning.
The Center also fills an essential role in meeting the urgent demand for more nurse educators by supporting graduate courses in the MSN program, Leadership in Nursing Education concentration.