Missouri Western offers a Nursing Simulation Lab complete with equipment, simulators, mannequins, supplies, printed resources, CDs, video and audio tapes, and computer resources to facilitate multi-sensory learning of technical, interpersonal and critical thinking skills.
It is staffed by a Nursing Simulation Lab Coordinator and Laboratory Teaching Assistants (LTAs), who are select nursing students. The nursing lab team strives to:
Project a service-oriented, supportive, respectful and friendly attitude.
Demonstrate, teach and explain with a focus on rationales.
Move from the simple to the complex, and from that which is familiar to the relatively unfamiliar.
Respectfully require a high, but attainable, level of competence.
The Nursing Simulation Lab is available for independent practice, guided practice and validations.
Nursing Department News
Stephanie Stewart, assistant professor of nursing has been awarded with the Parkinson’s Foundation Nurse Faculty Award, which extends nearly $10,000 in grant funding from the Foundation to launch individual projects to help make life better for people with Parkinson’s disease.
You can find out more about the award here.