Facilities at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Interdisciplinary Facility: Clinical Simulation Laboratory
The Clinical Simulation Lab is a collaborative effort of the UVM College of Medicine, the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and Fletcher Allen Health Care. Located on the second floor of Rowell, the lab serves as a centralized hub in the training of health care professionals. Students work with task trainers, virtual reality simulators, high-fidelity mannequins and a variety of other technologies to develop their skills.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
The Eleanor M. Luse Center is an on-campus audiology, speech and language clinic. It is the primary teaching facility for the Communication Sciences & Disorders program. The center provides high quality hearing health care in a private and professional setting. Speech and language services include voice therapy and speech therapy as well as cutting edge treatment for stuttering in children and adults.
Medical Laboratory and Radiation Sciences
The Medical Laboratory and Radiation Sciences Department is located in the Rowell Building, which is adjacent to the College of Medicine and the Burlington campus of Fletcher Allen Health Care, Vermont's academic medical center. The department has well-equipped lecture rooms and student laboratories. In addition, all clinical internship sites specific to each program boast some of the best-rated facilities in the country.
Current Clinical Sites:
Nurses Learning Lab
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences' Nurses Learning Lab is located in 237/239/242 Rowell building. There are beds, exam tables, a demonstration exam table, a private exam room, and a medication room. An additional room houses Sim–Man, Sim–Baby, Nursing Anne, and self–study modules. A conference room and audio visual equipment round out this high–tech learning facility.
The Nursing Learning Lab provides students with an environment for learning psychomotor and physical assessment skills before they provide direct patient care. The opportunity to use equipment and techniques in a non-threatening environment which simulates the clinical setting helps to develop skills. RN and graduate students also use the lab to learn advanced assessment skills. In addition to instructional time in the lab, the facilities are open to students for skill review and practice.
The Department of Nursing’s main office, faculty offices, and the Learning Lab are located on the second floor of the Rowell Building. The department is located close to the Dana Medical Library and Fletcher Allen Health Care, the primary clinical site for undergraduate nursing students.
Rehabilitation and Movement Science
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