Two nursing students caring for a baby mannequin, part of the SimMom set in Cedarville University’s Health Sciences Simulation Center.
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Karen Callan operates the high-fidelity simulators in Cedarville University’s Health Sciences Simulation Center.
Health care professionals deal with real-world crises all the time. But before students are ready to face those day-to-day challenges, they need safe ways to practice. Simulations using realistic, interactive mannequins prepare students for crisis scenarios without putting patients at risk.
Cedarville, Cedarville University, nursing, simulators
Weinstein, Mark, "Keeping It Real: Simulators Prepare Health Care Students" (2022). News Releases. 1496.