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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Idaho - Boise State University
Name of Sim Center: The College of Health Sciences Simulation Center
Location: Boise, ID
Sim Center Highlights: The College of Health Sciences Simulation Center is a Society for Simulation in Healthcare accredited state-of-the-art facility that gives learners the opportunity to participate in designed learning activities in a safe, controlled environment. In addition to the Simulation Center suite, learners have access to a 12-bed practice lab and a student center for study and group work. (Approximately 7,000 square feet)
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Idaho - Idaho State University College of Technology
Name of Sim Center: College of Technology Health Occupations Simulation Labs
Human Simulation Laboratories at Idaho State University, College of Technology feature eight Human Patient Simulators (HPS). The College has two fixed and two mobile labs one each in Pocatello, Boise, and Idaho Falls. Locations feature two adults, one infant and one maternal HPS. The HPS’s are full sized manikins that are capable of producing life like physiological replications of health/disease states and will respond to medical treatment. This is accomplished by state of the art computer software and a faculty member that together produce extraordinarily realistic encounters.
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Idaho - Lewis-Clark State College
Name of Sim Center: Nursing & Health Sciences