Case Western Reserve University nursing students spend more than 1,300 hours in hospitals with patients—that’s nearly double the national average. They complement this real-world patient care in simulated scenarios that allow them to safely practice critical nursing skills, thanks to our technologically advanced learning spaces.
Check out our learning spaces:
A physical assessment lab that houses human patient simulators, physician-grade electronic exam tables, diagnostic kits and more to practice basic and advanced physical assessments.
A clinical teaching bed lab that simulates an in-patient medical-surgical or step-down unit, including ventilators, lifts and a full-sized ADA hospital bathroom.
A medication room equipped with a medication-dispensing system, bar-coding techniques, synthetic medications and locked cabinetry to provide a realistic setting for best practices in preparing patient medications.
Equipped with a superior level of life-like practice, it’s no surprise our nursing students confidently approach the intricacies of real-life patient care—in clinicals and in their careers—with confidence.