nursing students in the clinical simulation laboratory

Students in the clinical simulation laboratory.

Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation Laboratory

A collaborative effort of the UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Larner College of Medicine, and The University of Vermont Medical Center, the “Sim Lab” serves as a centralized hub in the training of health care professionals with the ultimate goal of improving patient safety and quality care. It is one of only 10 simulation centers in the country to achieve full accreditation from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.

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.

Biomedical and Health Sciences

The Biomedical and Health Sciences Department is located in the Rowell Building, which is adjacent to the Larner College of Medicine and the University of Vermont 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 are listed in the University of Vermont Undergraduate Catalogue.


The Department of Nursing’s main office, faculty offices, and Clinical Simulation Lab are located on the second floor of the Rowell Building. The department is located close to the Dana Medical Library and the University of Vermont Medical Center, the primary clinical site for undergraduate nursing students. The Department also hosts Appletree Bay Primary Care, which provides community health care services, a practice site for faculty, and an ideal clinical environment for future nurse practitioners.

Rehabilitation and Movement Science

The Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science integrates complementary applied human sciences that promote optimal health, and disease and injury prevention, through participation in physical activity. Facilities include the Human Motion Analysis Laboratory, Human Performance Center, and Adapted Physical Activity Laboratory.

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The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is affiliated with The University of Vermont Medical Center and part of The University of Vermont Health Network.