A $88,000 grant from Moses Taylor Foundation supported The University of Scranton's Nursing Department's purchase of an advanced newborn patient simulator, a five-year-old pediatric simulator and a simulation medication dispensing system to be used in its laboratory to educate nursing students. From left: University of Scranton nursing students Anna Altmiller, Elmhurst; Kathleen Kelly, Jamaica, New York; Eva Hendrickson, Reading; and Danielle Marfia, Ossining, New York; Debra Pellegrino, Ed.D., dean of the University's Panuska College of Professional Studies; Jeff Smith, Moses Taylor Foundation program officer; and Ellen Stevens; Moses Taylor Foundation Office Manager.
Lifelike Simulators at The University of Scranton
2019 Sep 26
University of Scranton nursing students train on two state-of-the-art patient simulators and a medication cart funded from an $88,000 grant from the Moses Taylor Foundation in Scranton.
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