For students, the opportunity to learn, practice, and be evaluated on clinical skills in UMSON’s state-of-the-art clinical simulation laboratories is an invaluable experience in their transformation from students to practicing nurses. UMSON’s 24 simulation labs provide hands-on experience in nearly every nursing specialty, including anesthesia, surgical, primary care, obstetrics, and pediatrics. Realistic clinical situations are created using high fidelity mannequins and equipment similar to what students will encounter in hospitals and other health care settings.
Costs to maintain the simulation labs range from day-to-day equipment to high-tech beds and mannequins. Your gift can help purchase supplies such as:
|Stethoscopes||$86 each||8 needed||$688 total|
|Blood pressure cuffs, child||$24 each||6 needed||$144 total|
|Blood pressure cuffs, large adult||$31 each||6 needed||$186 total|
|Heart and lungs sounds simulator||$1,045 each||8 needed||$8,360 total|
|Hospital beds||$5,000 each||18 needed||$90,000 total|
|Intravenus pumps||$1,000 each||20 needed||$20,000 total|
|Oxygen flowmeters||$108 each||20 needed||$2,160 total|
|EKG machine||$25,000 total|
|Medical supplies per year||$28,000 total|
|Adult high fidelity simulator||$60,000 total|
|Birthing simulator||$60,000 total|
The Clinical Simulation Labs in action: Clinical Instructor Mary Pat Ulincy (center) watches carefully as BSN student Tatyana Bakke listens to heart sounds on SIM Toddler while fellow student Bini Thomas awaits her turn.
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