It is the only program in Florida — and one of just nine worldwide — to receive the honor from the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning.
As opioid overdose deaths have risen during the pandemic, the College of Medicine has partnered with Lumis Corp to create a simulation-based training solution to help address the national opioid crisis.
The use of holoportation patients will increase the variety of different diagnoses students can learn from in a “true-to-life” form.
The Society for Simulation in Healthcare names Syretta Spears as one of the first 25 international recipients of the designation of advanced certified healthcare simulation operations specialist.
The nursing faculty members are recipients of the highest honor in the profession and recognized for their impact in healthcare simulation.
With a team of faculty experts and a commitment to safety, a group of first-semester students finally had the chance to demonstrate skills they’ve learned online in real life.
Having recently earned international accreditation for its nursing simulation program, UCF is a living example of how we can take healthcare from here to the future.
UCF’s nursing simulation program is among more than 100 programs in 10 countries to receive accreditation from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, which is the world’s largest healthcare simulation accrediting body.
Graduate speech therapy students continue to learn and gain experience, thanks to patient simulation software.