University of Vermont

Clinical Simulation Laboratory

using the clinical simulation laboratory

Using the Clinical Simulation Laboratory

simulation The design of each education event is a collaboration between the Clinical Simulation Laboratory, with its expertise in best practices for simulation, and the course director, who has the content expert and understands the needs and objectives of the planned event.



Course Directors

New Course: Schedule an appointment with Cate Nicholas, Ed.D., M.S., P.A., through
Established Courses: Eric Zelman, M.S., B.Ch.E.

Standardized Patients (SP) Activities and Events

College of Medicine: Shirley McAdam
All other events: Bob Boylard

Priority for simulation activities will be given to classes or assessments that are needed for graduation or for credentialing. All other activities will be scheduled around those activities. Conflicts will be reported back to both parties and a suitable solution will be attempted for all. Cancelations should be given within three working days. All activities must include a simulation technique: task trainers, virtual reality simulators, standardized patients, and/or high-fidelity mannequin simulators. We will not routinely reserve rooms for lecture or PowerPoint only, even if associated with the simulation event.

Last modified January 08 2015 11:46 AM