Syndaver provides high school students technological edge in nursing

HIGH-TECH CADAVER: Michael Clancy, center top, an anatomy professor at the Rhode Island Nurses Institute Middle College in Providence, works with nursing students on Joy, a synthetic cadaver featuring replaceable muscles, bones, organs, veins and arteries made from materials that mimic live tissue.
 / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND NURSES INSTITUTE MIDDLE COLLEGE
HIGH-TECH CADAVER: Michael Clancy, center top, an anatomy professor at the Rhode Island Nurses Institute Middle College in Providence, works with nursing students on Joy, a synthetic cadaver featuring replaceable muscles, bones, organs, veins and arteries made from materials that mimic live tissue.
 / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND NURSES INSTITUTE MIDDLE COLLEGE
Her name is Joy. She is the quiet type. Joy is 5 feet 2 inches tall. That’s not to say she stands 5-foot-2, because she…

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