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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Ohio - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

(Last edited: Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 11:30 AM)

Cincinnati Children's

Name of Sim Center: Center for Simulation and Research
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Sim Center Highlights: The Center for Simulation and Research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center utilizes patient simulation and innovative teaching techniques to deliver high quality, customized, state-of-the-art education and training. The 13,000 square foot Center provides opportunities for healthcare providers throughout the region to improve multi-disciplinary team performance and to practice communication and clinical skills in a safe environment without risking the safety of "real" patients.

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Contact: TBA
Phone: (513) 636-6992
Email: simulationcenter@cchmc.org  

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Ohio - Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

(Last edited: Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 10:58 AM)

Case Western Reserve

Name of Sim Center: Multimedia Simulation Center 
Location: Cleveland, OH
Sim Center Highlights: This center features three state-of-the-art universal patient simulators: SimMan, SimBaby, and Cath-Sim Intravenous Trainer. SimMan can simulate almost any patient emergency situation and is programmable to provide the most life-like responses with immediate feedback. SimBaby, like SimMan, is a high-tech robotic simulator that can simulate almost any emergency situation and provide immediate feedback, only in Pediatric values. Cath-Sim Intravenous Trainers use virtual-reality technology  to teach intravenous catheterization. The software program offers immediate feedback and opportunities  for review to enhance the IV skills.

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Contact: Celeste Alfes MSN, RN
Phone: (216) 368-4812 or (216) 368-2524
Email: cms11@case.edu

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Ohio - Ohio University

(Last edited: Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 11:00 AM)

Ohio University

Name of Sim Center: School of Nursing Simulation Lab
Location: Athens, OH
Sim Center Highlights: Our Simulation Center features 2 Sim Man 3G Hi-Fi training aids and 6 Vital Sims to assist in training our Nursing Degree Program students.

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Contact: Mr. Larry Hess Jr.
Phone: (740) 597-9027
Email: hessl@ohio.edu  

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