Clinical simulation is an advanced and innovative teaching methodology used by cutting-edge schools to train healthcare professionals. Marian University is committed to investing in quality programming to ensure our graduates are both competent and confident upon graduation.
Clinical simulation provides experiential learning in a safe and non-threatening environment. The clinical simulation center is able to regularly schedule scenarios that are important for content learning, but not abundant in a typical patient setting. Starting with basic healthcare concepts the center work closely with the College of Medicine and Leighton School of Nursing to build upon current knowledge and increase learning throughout the curriculums.
The term Clinical simulation can be used interchangeably with: healthcare simulation, simulation in healthcare, patient simulation, nursing simulation.
What is our mission?
The Hill-Rom Simulation Center's mission is to create meaningful and innovative learning environments. A center committed to advancing skills, critical thinking and professional knowledge. Preparing students to be diverse and confident leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.
Our donors make this all possible.
- CMC Media
- Good Samartian Hospital
- Hall Render, Killian Health and Lyman
- Indiana Osteopathic Association
- Jerry and Peggy Jones
- Jerry and Rosemary Semler
- MacAllister Machinery
- Margaret Mary Health
- Mike and Grace Pratt and Family
- Nelligan Family
- Roche Diagnostic Corporation
- Sisters of St. Francis of Oldenburg
- Thomas Medical
- Wilhelm Construction
We accept specific donations, please contact David Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to make a financial donation, please go to our donation page and select "other" under Designation. Then enter Sim Lab as "other designation" where it says optional.