Opening in Fall 2022, the James and Yvonne Ziemer Clinical Simulation Center provides a safe learning space for students to practice hands-on skills using simulation.
Simulation provides a modeled environment for students to experience aspects of patient care without fear of harm to an actual patient using models, manikins, medical equipment, and human patient simulators. Some of the simulators run with computer software which allow it the ability to breathe, talk, and maintain a blood pressure and pulse.
Opening in Fall 2022
Discover the Ziemer Clinical Simulation Center at the UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing.
A place for learning a variety of strategies, settings and equipment, with clinical simulation as one of the major tools. Clinical simulation using patient models, manikins and medical equipment provides students with a safe learning environment to practice care.
About the Simulation Center
UWM College of Nursing actively works to use simulation as a way to educate and train not only nurses, but also other health care providers, and first responders in the community. Coupling that with researchers that are interested in innovative approaches we have a chance to provide a place on campus where we can simulate the kinds of areas that we need to provide the answers to the sticky questions of health care today.