Seth Burhenn, a junior at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, in the school’s simulation lab, Thursday, February 4, 2016, in Greensboro, N.C. In addition to his nursing studies, he is also a member of the National Guard and enrolled in UNCG nursing departments’ Veteran Access Program. Post-graduation, Burhenn hopes to specialize in Oncology.
—JERRY WOLFORD and SCOTT MUTHERSBAUGH / Perfecta Visuals
Simulation Center for Experiential Nursing Education (SCENE)
The School of Nursing Simulation Center for Experiential Nursing Education (SCENE) houses four simulation suites, one customized for adult medical-surgical/ICU, one for pediatric medical-surgical/ICU, one for community/home health, and one for labor-delivery/mother-baby. The SCENE houses a 16 bed hospital lab, five high-fidelity simulators (two adult simulators, one obstetric simulator, two infant simulators and one pediatric simulator). SCENE also features numerous low-fidelity simulators including various task trainers. Two debriefing rooms are available for reflective inquiry after each simulation scenario.
Dr. Tonya Rutherford Hemming
Clinical Associate Professor
408 Moore Building