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Making simulation come to life
Part of the realism involves moulage, the art of creating mock injuries for the purpose of training. Moulages can mimic blood, urine, pus, vomit, wounds, among countless other fluids and injuries.
How do you plan to make nursing better?
How do they plan to make nursing better once they graduate and begin their chosen profession?
Another late entry
It’s Monday, and finally time to begin the work we’ve all traveled so far to do. Bright and early, the students were up and dressed in their Goldfarb uniforms for a continental breakfast of croissants, fruit and delicious coffee.
Adventures in air travel
This is Holly again, and we all apologize for keeping you in suspense for so long. The journey started off with a bang, when Alyssa Schulze, Ashley Torgerson, Lindsay Simmons and I made the connection from Detroit to Paris with only seconds to spare.
Last day in Cameroon
It is Holly again, and I apologize for the long delay. Accessing the Internet is hit and mostly miss, so much time has passed with radio silence.
A week of cultural experiences in Cameroon

Patrick Ercole shares with us more photos of our team in Cameroon.

Cultural immersion in Cameroon
One of our Goldfarb School of Nursing trip leaders, Patrick Ercole, shares with us that our students have been immersing themselves in all sorts of activities – from shopping along the streets of Buea, participating in the International Women’s Day parade, and dining in local restaurants.
Notes from the first day of workshop
Hi, Holly here again. Wednesday was the first day that the Goldfarb School of Nursing students began to deliver the educational intervention to the Cameroonian students.
Train the trainer begins in Cameroon
This spring term, the students in our study abroad team enrolled in an HIV elective course that covered the various aspects of HIV disease, and best nursing practices for taking care of pregnant HIV-infected women.
A simulation center unlike any other
My name is Beth Haas, and I’m the Director of the Clinical Simulation Institute (a.k.a. the “simulation labs”).


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