Sinclair's Health Sciences Simulation Center is located in the Ned J. Sifferlen Health Sciences Center building 14, room 224. The Simulation Center provides students with the opportunity to experience life-like healthcare scenarios and mirror the environments students will experience in community settings. Many of the programs utilize human-patient simulators to maximize student learning, prior to entering the clinical courses. The Simulation Center is made up of a collaboration area, four debriefing rooms, four patient rooms (each with specialized simulation equipment) and two simulation control rooms.
The mission of the Sinclair Health Sciences Simulation Center is to provide high-quality simulation-based learning experiences for future healthcare professionals, focusing on evidence-based, culturally competent, collaborative inter-professional patient-centered care.
The vision of the Sinclair Health Sciences Simulation Center is to be recognized as an accredited regional leader in simulation-based education by academic institutions and health systems.
All students must complete the 360 virtual tour and sign the consent for recording before participating in simulation. All Sinclair Health Science students must adhere to the HS code of conduct at all times.
For information or help with questions about Sinclair's Simulation Center please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org