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Lab and Clinical Sites

Technology Infused Learning

Changes in technology and in the way our students learn is at the heart of our clinical skills simulation lab - a space dedicated to creating a deeper style of learning. It offers enhanced realism, advanced video technology and vital resources needed to help students grow into competent and confident professionals. Occupying approximately 7,000 square feet of space, it offers an array of technology that increases realism, improves the quality of evaluation and enhances clinical learning.



  • SimMan® - capable of emitting lung and bowel sounds, normal and abnormal pulses and heartbeats. Students can apply dressings to a mannequin's wounds or perform catheterizations, injections and irrigations as well as practice intubation and defibrillation.
  • SimMan 3G, wireless - can be manipulated to react to correct or incorrect drugs and dosages. Exhibits a range of physiologic responses, including changes in pupils and eyelid movement; bleeding, secretion of fluids, perspiration and tears; mimicking seizures; and emitting speech and vocal sounds.
  • Working oxygen flow meters and wall-mounted suction equipment
  • Audio recordings and special video projectors that re-create the visual and auditory qualities of a hospital
  • Nearby control room where faculty manipulate the mannequins

Sim room

The Ann Lantzy Glazener Simulation Room



  • Areas for instruction in acute care, health assessment, basic care, medication and home care
  • SimBaby®
  • Neonatal and birthing mannequins

basic skills lab

The Robert and Mary Weisbrod Foundation
Fundamental Skills Lab



  • Mondopad, a large video monitor, which features intuitive touch-screen controls, interfaces easily with hand-held computers and mobile phones, and supports remote viewing from any location that has Internet access.
  • Room is use to debrief the students after a simultion session

Debriefing room

The Gladys L. Husted Conference Room

Four Standardized Patient Rooms
Other Equipment
  • Outpatient clinic visits can be simulated

Exam room

  • NICU

    birthing bed
  • neonatal monitor
  • ventilator
  • incubator 
  • infant warmer

These items were provided through the generosity of Pocket Nurse.

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Valuable clinical experiences begin in the sophomore year of the nursing program and continue in the junior and senior year, providing a strong, broad based clinical foundation for nursing practice. Students complete their clinical hours in hospitals and community facilities under the supervision of expert clinical faculty and nurse preceptors. Students are able to apply knowledge gained in the classroom theory portion of the undergraduate program to the clinical practice. Undergraduate clinical sites are contracted entities with the Duquesne University School of Nursing and are considered educational partners.

View a listing of Clinical Sites