Visiting Patient Simulation Lab

This week we visited the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, DC, to see their patient simulation lab. We got to view how the lab is set-up and how it is used for teaching purposes. We also got a lesson in using the computer software and how to program the patient simulation manikins. It was a great learning experience for all of us.

Career Tip: Never stop exploring and learning. The medical field is enormous and fascinating. You must do everything possible to discover every aspect of it. Use every opportunity to visit other medical-related facilities.

 

GWU Medical Center

Michele, Joe, & Erin visited The George Washington University Medical Center.

Programming Lesson

Michele, Joe, & Erin getting a lesson in programming the patient simulation manikin.

checking pulse

Michele & Erin examing a patient simulation manikin.

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About Michele G. Kunz

I am a nursing educator and AHA Certified Instructor and I specialize in providing AHA Certification classes in ACLS, BLS, and PALS to healthcare professionals and students. I am also a certified six-sigma green belt (CSSGB).
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