Simulation Center Directory
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.
Would you be willing to let others tour your clinical simulation center and share your insights? Add your center to the SIRC Simulation Center Directory.
Centers are alphabetized by State/Province.
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(Last edited: Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 2:54 PM)
Utah - Brigham Young University College of Nursing
Name of Sim Center: Mary Jane Rawlinson Geertsen Nursing Learning Center
(Last edited: Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 10:42 AM)
Utah - Roseman University of Health Sciences - South Jordan, Utah Campus
Name of Sim Center: Simulation Center
(Last edited: Wednesday, March 18, 2015, 11:15 AM)
Vermont - University of Vermont
Name of Sim Center: Clinical Simulation Laboratory
The Outpatient Simulation Laboratory is in the adjacent Given Building, and includes 12 fully-equipped exam rooms with 2 cameras controlled from a central control center, supported by an electronic data capture and management system (EMS) that manages and records all simulations, providing the ability to annotate and archive encounters. The facility also has a 24-seat classroom and debriefing area and a lounge with changing area, lockers and bathroom.
The Administrative Suite includes waiting room with reception, three offices. The hallway that connects the Given and Rowell buildings also has 39 lockers for use during simulation activities. A satellite simulation lab is located at Fletcher Allen Health Care on the fifth floor of the McClure building, and a fully outfitted ambulance (the Simbulance) is also available for training.
Simulation support includes adult and child mannequin simulators that demonstrate lifelike physical responses, task trainer simulator models used for task specific skill development, standardized patients who are trained to accurately portray a specific role or condition, and hybrid and or mixed modality simulations that combine a standardized patient with a partial task trainer or full patient mannequin for unique simulated encounters.