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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Centers are alphabetized by State/Province.
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Brazil - Anhembi Morumbi University
Name of Sim Center: VAnhembi Morumbi Simulation Center
It is located in a one floor 1.800 m2 area, including a Simulated Ward with 10 beds, 4 high fidelity/complexity rooms with control room and coupled debriefing rooms, 12 patient assessment rooms with one-way mirror and observation rooms, 3 skills training rooms and a virtual simulation room.
All the environments are equipped with mannequins, audio/video features, recording and broadcasting to a small auditorium.
This Center started to operate in 2008, together with a curriculum reform that included all health sciences programs. This curricular reform was oriented by a Competence Based Education approach, with Curricular Integration and Interprofessional Education emphasis. Clinical simulation is one of the tools used to help develop better the competencies needed by healthcare professionals.
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British Columbia - British Columbia Institute of Technology
Name of Sim Center: InstituSchool of Health Sciences Nursing Simulation Lab
(Last edited: Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 3:31 PM)
British Columbia - Northern Health, UNBC, UBC
Name of Sim Center: Northern Clinical Simulation