Using the latest simulation technology to advance the training and competency of our future Nurses and Healthcare Profesisonals.
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“We’re looking for those individuals who are coming in who are truly passionate about their profession and are willing to learn,” said Lorrie Giessel, nursing support services manager at UMC.
How many of us would like to experience what a job is like, before actually doing it? That’s what some nursing students at UTEP are up to.
At UTEP’s School of Nursing, we are changing the face of nursing education at a national level.
Fred Keyser is a standardized patient – an actor who is trained to perform the role of a patient or family member to allow students to practice their clinical and communication skills in a safe learning environment.
An activity where the simulation lab is open to various schools and organizations, which provides insight into the labs activities.
A course specific learning activity to reinforce didactic content and enhance knowledge.
A collaborative gathering of registered nurses and community leaders who participate in our simulated activities and provide input on the latest evidence based nursing practices.
Is a competitive activity where nursing students compete for prizes.
An alternate clinical experience where students are challenged to utilize psycho motor skills and clinical judgment during scenario based activities.
A scheduled activity that gives students the opportunity to improve their nursing skills.
Train-the-Trainer Conference is a training where El Paso and surrounding area school nurses meet to enhance their proficiency in special needs children.