Simulation Creates Realistic Circumstances

Sep 15
Friday, September 15, 2017 3:00pm University Academic Building (UAB) 3rd Floor

See how moulage is used to create realistic situations and substances

Moulage and other special effects are used in simulations to create realistic wounds or fluids. These simulations help prepare the future nurses with lifelike scenarios. At the event you can participate in moulage demonstrations and see what its like to work with moulage and special effects. 

This is the last event that showcases the how simulations are changing the healthcare professionals effectiveness to learn. These simulations help the students improve their abilities and have a better understanding of their profession. 

Download the health simulation flyer to see the full week of activities. 

 

Contact

Amanda Henson
Director of the Center for Caring with Technology
410-532-5443