STUDENTS COLLABORATE ON NURSING SIMULATION SCENARIO
SUNY Orange Nursing Students Partner with Touro Students
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – On two occasions in recent weeks, students from SUNY Orange’s nursing program and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine students conducted an interprofessional nursing simulation exercise at SUNY Orange’s Middletown campus simulation lab.
The training marked the first time students from the two institutions have collaborated on a simulation communication scenario. The exercise included a scenario introduction, the execution of the simulation and a post-scenario debriefing. Faculty from the two institutions participated by assuming roles within the scenario, and simulation manikins were utilized as well.
Students from the two schools are expected to engage in another scenario training in March or April.
For more information on nursing simulation at SUNY Orange, contact Nursing professor Jean Halpern at (845) 341-4189.
David Jiang (black shirt), simulation technician at SUNY Orange, introduces a simulation scenario to SUNY Orange nursing students and Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine students during a recent interprofessional collaboration between the two institutions at SUNY Orange’s Middletown campus. On two occasions, students from the two institutions conducted simulation training, which included a scenario introduction, simulation event and post-scenario debriefing. (photo by Steve Hedderton)