Simulation realistically portrays encounters with patients so that students experience patient care in a safe setting. In this state of the art facility, students care for our family of manikins before they care for live patients. In addition, students get to practice responding to emergent situations they may not encounter in their clinical rotations. Through the use of Cisco TelepresenceTM, allows students from campuses across Colorado to participate in learning at Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
KOAA News Video
=Local news story from KOAA about the Simulation Learning Center in Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Our Simulation Center was also featured in a local new paper the Colorado Springs Independent.
Here the hyperlink to the article: I robot, Patient
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Last Updated: Sept 1, 2017