URI nursing students simulate home care scenarios

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND College of Nursing students practice providing home-based primary health care on live actors while evaluators look on through one-way glass in the advanced simulation labs at the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center. COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/PATRICK LUCE
PROVIDENCE – Nurse practitioner students in the University of Rhode Island College of Nursing have a head start on preparing for challenging home care roles thanks to a $159,000 grant from the state Executive Office of Health and Human Services. The grant is part of the EOHHS Healthcare Workforce Transformation project, which runs simulation labs…

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