Opened in 2020 the Davis Global Center Simulation spaces consist of the Jeffrey P. Gold, MD Virtual Hospital, Home Care Unit and Simulation Ambulance. The center offers various equipment and modalities providing a unique blend of innovative learning.
Opened in 2020, the second floor features:
- 3 Procedural Skills Labs
- 2 Acute Care Rooms
- 2 Bio Containment Patient Rooms
- 2 ICU Rooms
- 2 Large Pre-Briefing Rooms
- Advanced multimedia and recording capabilities
- Ambulatory Exam Room
- Debriefing Rooms- each simulation room comes with an attached debriefing room
- Emergency Room
- Full-size Operating Room
- Imaging and Therapies Suite
- Interprofessional Collaboration Room
- Interventional Training Lab
- Labor and Delivery Suite
- Pediatric Care Room
- Trauma Unit
Human Patient Simulators – A life-sized human like simulator representing a patient. The simulators breathe, have breath sounds, heart tones, and palpable pulses. The Davis Global Center is home to adult, pediatric, trauma, obstetric and neonatal simulators. Each simulator has a monitor that can display vital signs including, blood pressure, pulse oximeter, and EKGs.
Task Trainers – A model that represents a part or region of the human body used to train in key elements of a procedure or skill, such as lumbar puncture, chest tube insertion, and central line insertion. Below are some of the task trainers available in the Davis Global Center.
Adult IV Arms
Lumbar Puncture (Adult and Infant)
Standardized Patients Simulation - This involves the use of individuals trained to play the roles of patients, family members, or others to allow students to practice physical exam skills, history taking skills, communication skills, and other exercises.
Home Care Unit - located on the lower level of the Davis Global Center. The home care unit features an upstairs bedroom, kitchen, living and dining room, bathroom and basement.
Ambulance - located outside the homecare unit on the lower level of the Davis Global Center.
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