Simulation Centers

Clinical Simulation Centers offer a vast array of simulation opportunities for students. The following Simulation Centers welcome inquiries from those who would like to learn more about these learning environments.

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Alberta - University of Calgary

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University of Calgary

Name of Sim Center: Clinical Simulation Learning Centre 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Sim Center Highlights: The Clinical Simulation Learning Centre resides within the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary. This 10, 000 square foot $1. 8 million dollar state of the art facility was developed to provide an immersive learning environment for both undergraduate and graduate nursing students. The dedicated team of registered nurse educators collaborates with faculty colleagues during the development and provision of learning opportunities. These facilitate the acquisition of nursing knowledge thereby linking education, research and best practice. The centre supports the creation of a variety of simulated clinical environments ranging from a home-care apartment suite to acute, critical and maternal child settings. Adult learning principles underpin the centre’s mission: to develop providers who incorporate sound clinical judgment and reasoning as they participate in team and intra-professional experiences within a safe learning space. Partnerships with clinical practice have resulted in the utilization of an electronic medical record database that can be customized to facilitate learner outcomes. The ongoing development and anticipated contributions to nursing education and research underscore the dedicated effort toward addressing innovative teaching strategies that will enhance student experience and promote faculty development and utilization of the vast array of simulation-based resources. The combination of acute care patient environments, three dedicated high fidelity simulation suites and debriefing rooms, and an integrated video capture system provide effective utilization of the resources which have been selected for this centre.

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Contact: Pat Morgan RN, MSN
Phone: (403) 220-6285
Email: cslc@ucalgary.ca

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Arizona - Arizona State University College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation

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Arizona State University

Name of Sim Center: Educational Simulation Program (ESP)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Sim Center Highlights: ESP provides a safe learning environment in 20,000 sq. ft. on 3 campuses.  Faculty create pediatric and adult scenarios (SimMan SimBaby, and Laerdal Vital family) and guidelines for reflection to support students in developing clinical reasoning through evidence based  practice. ASU CONHI is a founding member of the Arizona Simulation Network.

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Contact: Beatrice Kastenbaum, RN, MSN, CNE
Phone: (602) 496-1405
Email: beatrice.kastenbaum@asu.edu

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Arizona - Maricopa Integrated Health System

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Maricopa Integrated Health system

Name of Sim Center: Simulation Center at MIHS
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Sim Center Highlights: The Simulation Center at Maricopa Integrated Health System serves an Interprofessional group of dedicated staff which consists more than 4,000 professional nurses, employees and medical providers. The Simulation Center incorporates a variety of fidelity manikins in addition to task trainers and virtual game-based teaching via mulit-media. We are a teaching and research based facility. The square footage of the Simulation Center is approx 1,000 sq ft with two additional satellite areas within the facility.

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Contact: Coordinator Simulation Center Carol Bush, MSN, RN
Phone: (602) 344-5358
Email: carol.bush@mihs.org

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