Nursing simulation conference at U.Va

Reba Childress instructs a nurse using Sim-Man (photo credit: Tom Cogill)

The U.S. Department of Labor estimates the nation will need a million new nurses by 2012. Nursing schools across the country are looking for new ways to increase the number of graduates, but are also struggling to fill faculty positions. Increasingly, they’re turning to advanced simulation models to help bridge the gap. Sean Tubbs recently visited the first-ever Virginia-wide conference at the University of Virginia’s School of Nursing.

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