Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation
The USF Nurse Anesthesia program has teamed up with CAMLS to provide the most state-of-the-art simulation experience, which is integrated into the curriculum. USF's Nurse Anesthesia program is the first in the nation to be housed within a state-of-the-art simulation center. This center prepares graduates with real word and interdisciplinary experiences.
What is CAMLS?
From the CAMLS website:
CAMLS is a 90,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, three-story facility with every possible form of health professional education and training, for individuals and teams, under one roof. CAMLS integrates simulation technology, aviation science, team training, and evidence-based best practice into innovative programs with measurable outcomes. CAMLS combines cutting-edge simulation with research and innovation to move the latest advances in healthcare into practice.
Core Components of CAMLS
Learn more about the 4 core components of CAMLS on their website.
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