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CSLC Learning Environments

CSLC Room By Room

Stevens 300 Student Resource Center:  This is a common area for students to study and work collaboratively.   
Stevens 301 Standardized Patient Exam Room:  A clinical examination room that is fully equipped with an exam table, diagnostic set, and other assessment equipment commonly found in primary care office settings.   
Stevens 302 Maternal-Newborn Simulation Lab (PSL4): This maternal-newborn simulation lab is equipped with NOELLE - a high fidelity birthing simulator, and Sim NewB a high fidelity newborn simulator.  This environment offers students the opportunity to assist with a simulated delivery and complete a newborn assessment as well as prepare students for complicated delivery and newborn scenarios.   NewB Photo
Stevens 303 Richmond Memorial Health Foundation Home Care Center:  This fully functional one-room apartment with kitchenette, living room/bedroom, and bathroom facilities resembles a realistic home care setting.  Students will experience the full continuum of patient care beyond acute hospital walls and in the community.   
Stevens 305 & 306 Conference and Debriefing Rooms:  These conference rooms can accommodate 6-8 students for clinical simulation debriefing and video playback.  Conference Room Meeting

Stevens 307 and 311 Fundamental Skills Labs: each lab is equipped with 5 stations that simulate a hospital environment including headwalls with compressed air, hospital beds, tables, sinks, and other hospital equipment. Various skills can be practiced and obtained in this lab. The lab is spacious enough to accommodate standard clinical lab sizes of 10 -12 students.

 Fundamentals Lab 1

Stevens 312 Pediatric Simulation Lab: Pediatric Simulation lab is equipped with Sim-Baby, an infant simulator, and Sim Jr, a child high-fidelity patient simulator.  This lab allows students to experience simulated acute or critical situations that may not be available in pediatric clinical settings. 

 

Stevens 314 Patient Simulation Lab 2: (PSL 2) Med-Surg or Critical Care lab with  Sim-Man Essential a high fidelity Patient Simulator.  This simulates a real Critical Care Monitor that provides students with the opportunity to experience and practice situations that may not be available in a clinical setting for example: active heart attack, stroke, pneumonia, surgical cases, pneumothorax, Asthma Attacks,  etc.  

 PSL 2

Stevens 316 Control Room:  In this area the Clinical Simulation Director and faculty can "run" the programs/scenarios without interfering with the student's performance in the lab setting.  The monitors in the control room allow the lab instructor/specialist to view students' performance live during a simulated clinical experience. 

Control Room Operator

Stevens 318 Patient Simulation Lab 1: (PSL1)Med-Surg or Critical Care lab with a Sim-Man high fidelity Patient Simulator.  This simulates a real Critical Care Monitor that provides students with the opportunity to experience and practice situations that may not be available in a clinical setting for example: active heart attack, pneumonia, surgical cases, pneumothorax, Asthma Attacks,  etc. 

PSL 318

Stevens 320 Health Assessment Lab: A 5 station clinic setting fully equipped with exam tables, diagnostic sets (otoscopes and opthlamascopes), privacy curtains, a skeleton, anatomical charts, and trainers.  This is a perfect area for students to practice necessary head to toe assessments in preparation for clinical practice.

Health Assessment 320