Nursing Simulation Center

Georgia College Simulation and Translational Research Center (STRC)

The mission of the Georgia College Simulation and Translational Research Center (STRC) is to provide
challenging, interdisciplinary, state of the art simulations for all programs in an inclusive, supportive and
safe environment. The STRC promotes student learning by integrating didactic content with deliberate,
progressive, simulated clinical experiences that ensure mastery of essential nursing competencies. The
STRC’s unique environment prepares learners to deliver care to diverse patient populations in a variety
of care settings.

Our Vision 

The STRC aspires to develop preeminent healthcare professionals using innovative educational
strategies which will benefit our local, national, and international stakeholders.

Our Values 

The STRC values are consistent with the Georgia College School of Nursing’s philosophy, including the
development of nurse leaders engaged in evidence-based practice, lifelong learning, and civic
participation to serve the healthcare needs of a diverse population.

Sterling Roberts, Assistant Professor of Nursing and Director, Center for Simulation and Translational Research
DNP, Georgia College
207 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-5129
sterling.roberts@gcsu.edu

Dr. Roberts is a Georgia College alumnus, where she received her DNP in 2017, MSN in Nursing Education in 2016 and BSN in 2003. She has worked in various clinical areas as a Registered Nurse including intensive care, pain management, and emergency care services. Currently, she maintains her clinical skills by practicing as a resource pool nurse. She has also maintained her instructor certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support for the adult population. Dr. Roberts is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator. Her current research focuses on using Simulation to support the learning needs of undergraduate and graduate healthcare disciplines. 

Sheryl Winn, Associate Professor and Director for Standardized Patients Program
DNP, Georgia Southern, Statesboro, GA
208 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8714
sheryl.winn@gcsu.edu

Dr. Winn has a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from Georgia Southern University, where she also completed a cognate in Public Health. Her DNP research focused on the use of motivational interviewing for diabetes prevention in adult African American males. She has been board certified as an Adult Nurse Practitioner since 1997. She graduated from Emory University School of Nursing in 1996 with her Master's in Nursing, with an education minor. She has been a nurse educator for 20 years.

Paige Ivey, Lecturer/Simulation Specialist
MSN, Adult Critical Care, San Francisco State University
Simulation and Translational Research Center
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-1076
paige.ivey@gcsu.edu

Ms. Ivey is the Simulation Specialist for the School of Nursing’s Georgia College Translational Research Center. She earned her Masters Degree in Nursing from San Francisco State University with emphasis in adult critical care where she spent her praticum experience in simulation at the world renowned Stanford’s Center for Immersive Simulation–based Learning. Ms. Ivey also holds a BSc in Genetics and worked in the biotechnology industry for seven years. She has spent the last six years working in the emergency center as a staff and charge nurse.

Carol Dean Baker, Associate Professor
PhD, Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
228 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-3922
dean.baker@gcsu.edu

Dr. Baker's main focus of study is psychiatric mental health nursing. Dr. Baker currently teaches in the psychiatric nursing courses. She has presented state wide and nationally on innovative teaching techniques in the classroom and in the clinical arena. In addition to her teaching and professorial responsibilities Dr. Baker actively practices as a Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist in an inner city and rural county practice.

Maria Culpa-Bondal, Associate Professor
PhD, Nursing, Texas Woman's University
213 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-3916
flor.culpabondal@gcsu.edu

Dr. Culpa-Bondal has more than 20 years’ experience in the area of adult psychiatric/mental health. She received her PhD in Nursing from Texas Woman’s University, her Post Master’s in Healthcare Informatics from Georgia College, her MSN in Family Mental Health from Georgia College, and her BSN in Nursing from Holy Name University, in Bohol, Philippines. Her clinical practice serves underserved populations around middle Georgia area that encompasses several clinical sites from correctional facilities to outpatient community mental health centers and crisis stabilization units. She has numerous paper/presentations including adult mental health, psychiatric nursing education and use of informatics in healthcare and nursing education. Dr. Bondal leads a summer study abroad program that teaches undergraduate research to nursing students while exploring the Filipino culture. She uses problem-based learning, service-learning and evidence-based learning pedagogies.

Krystal Canady, Assistant Professor
DNP, Georgia Southern
108 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8635
krystal.canady@gcsu.edu

Dr. Canady received her BSN from Georgia College, graduating as vice president of her 2002 nursing class. She returned shortly after that to pursue her Masters as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She practiced family medicine for a few years and then returned to the emergency room where she had also spent most of her time as an RN. Krystal recently completed her post Master’s in Nursing Education and her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Georgia Southern University. She was given a recognition award for demonstrating exemplary promise in improving patient care. Her research interest include stressors in the nurses working environment and the Doctor of Nursing Practices role in nursing education.

Sallie Coke, Professor and Director, Graduate Program/FNP Program Coordinator
PhD, Nursing, Georgia State University
233 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8757
sallie.coke@gcsu.edu

Dr. Coke received her PhD in Nursing from Georgia State University, her Post Master’s as a family nurse practitioner from University of Massachusetts, her MSN as a pediatric nurse practitioner from Emory University, and her BSN in Nursing from Georgia College. She has published in a number of peer reviewed journals and presented nationally and internationally on her research related to innovative teaching techniques and using service learning to enhance nursing education. Dr. Coke has received research grants related to her research and international work and currently has an AENT HRSA grant where she serves as lead researcher. Dr. Coke actively practices as a family nurse practitioner in rural Georgia in a medically underserved county that is also one of the poorest in Georgia. Her role as International Coordinator for the School of Nursing has led to study abroad and collaborative experiences for Georgia College nursing students in Sweden and Australia. 

Sandra Copeland, Lecturer
DNP, Nursing, Georgia College & State University
225B Health Sciences Building
Milledgeville, GA
CBX 063
478-752-1074 
sandra.copeland@gcsu.edu

Dr. Copeland received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in 2013 and was awarded the Outstanding DNP student for her cohort. She holds degrees from Western Carolina University and Georgia College. She has taught undergraduate and graduate nursing courses since 1998. Her research work includes Magnet hospital, nursing research, informatics, and clinical practice guidelines. She has authored and co-authored nursing journal articles, presented her research at national and international venues, and lobbied at the local, state, and national levels for health care issues. Dr. Copeland also serves as the Volunteer Coordinator for Doctors of Nursing Practice, Inc.

Laura Pitts Darby, Lecturer
DNP, Georgia College
204 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8671
laura.pitts@gcsu.edu

Dr. Pitts Darby began her career in healthcare by completing her Certified Nursing Assistant training at Athens Technical College in 2000 and worked as a CNA while earning her BSN from Georgia College and State University in 2005. She enjoyed precepting new nurses during her practice time in the acute care setting and returned to Georgia College to complete her MSN Nurse Educator and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees. Her translational project focuses on evidence-based protocol development for Rapid Response Team use in the treatment of deteriorating adult patients. She also works as a hospital administrative nursing supervisor.

Josie Doss, Associate Professor
PhD, Nursing, Georgia State University
222 Parks Memorial Building
CBX 063
478-445-1076
josie.doss@gcsu.edu

Dr. Doss received a BSN from Troy University (2001), an MSN with a focus in maternal-infant nursing education from Troy University (2002), and a research doctorate (PhD) from Georgia State University (2017).  Dr. Doss has worked in maternal and infant health as a clinician and educator for over 20 years and is a trained forensic nurse.  She has presented regionally, nationally, and internationally on women’s health, forensic nursing, and nursing education/research.  Dr. Doss is currently the Program Director and lead researcher for a HRSA funded ANE-SANE training program and an active member of the Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses and the Academy of Forensic Nursing.

Tracy Fathi, Office Manager
210 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-5122
tracy.fathi@gcsu.edu

Catherine Fowler, Assistant Professor of Nursing
DHS, Health Care Leadership & Education, Nova Southeastern University
206 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8567
catherine.fowler@gcsu.edu

Dr. Fowler received her BSN from Boston College and her Master of Science in nursing education from Sacred Heart University. She completed active duty service in the United States Air Force and is a volunteer at Ronald MacDonald House. Her hobbies include reading and travel.

Dr. Gail Godwin, Assistant Professor of Nursing
PhD, Nursing, Mercer University 
211 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA 
478-445-8701
gail.godwin@gcsu.edu

Dr. Gail Godwin is an Assistant Professor of Nursing and certified nurse educator currently teaching the psychiatric mental health nursing course in the undergraduate nursing program. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi, master’s degree from Regis University in Denver, Colorado, PhD from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia, and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Georgia College. Research interests include nursing education, nursing history, and psychiatric mental health nursing.

Debbie Greene, Associate Professor and Assistant Director - Undergraduate Program/Nurse Educator Program Coordinator
PhD, Nursing, Georgia State University
235 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-5152
debbie.greene@gcsu.edu

Dr. Greene received her PhD in Nursing from Georgia State University, her MSN in Nursing Administration from Georgia College, her BSN in Nursing from Georgia Southwestern College, and her ASN in Nursing from Macon State College in 1983. Dr. Greene currently teaches in the RN BN program and teaches the evidence-based practice sequence in the DNP program. Her areas of research interest include medication errors and nursing education. She has presented both regionally and locally on these topics. Dr. Greene has eight years of experience as an academic administrator.  She holds certification as a nurse educator from the ANCC. Dr. Greene’s service to the profession includes serving in numerous roles for the Georgia Association for nursing education including most recently state president from 2011-2013. As a registered nurse, Dr. Greene has practiced in medical, rehabilitation, surgical, and ICU specialty areas.

Glynnis Haley, Assistant Professor
DNP, Medical College of Georgia
223 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8568
glynnis.haley@gcsu.edu

Dr. Haley received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2009. Her translational and clinical research project focused on improving adherence to core measures for heart-failure treatment in the hospital setting. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing in Family Nurse Practitioner Degrees from Georgia College & State University. Her nursing background is in pediatric and adult critical care. Her advanced practice experience includes internal medicine and the specialties of hematology/oncology and cardiology. She teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.

Monica Ketchie, Assistant Professor and WHNP Program Coordinator
DNP, Georgia Regents University
205 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-3911
monica.ketchie@gcsu.edu

Dr. Ketchie's educational background includes earning a Doctorate in Nursing Practice at Augusta University, a Post Master’s Certificate as an Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP) from Northern Kentucky University, an MSN concentrating in Midwifery from East Carolina University and a BSN from the University of Connecticut. She has 30 plus years of experience focused as a certified nurse-midwife and presently uses this experience and knowledge within our nursing programs. Her research and clinical interests include increasing the use of research evidence in nursing practice, physiologic birth, and obesity's effect on pregnancy. She has presented on women's health topics locally, at the state level and nationally. She is presently serving on a task force examining Georgia's high maternal mortality rates. She presently coordinates our Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Program and leads students in a study abroad to Tanzania.  

Debby MacMillan, Director and Professor
PhD, Nursing, Georgia State University
234 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-5122
debby.macmillan@gcsu.edu

Dr. MacMillan received her Ph.D. in Nursing from Georgia State University, her MSN as a nurse midwife from Emory University, and her BSN in Nursing from Georgia College. Her nursing career and research trajectory has been dedicated to providing optimal care for women, adolescents and babies. She is a member and Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Midwives. Dr. MacMillan has been the recipient of three ARRA National Institute of Health Summer Research Grants that enabled her to work as an Associate Nurse Researcher on a RO3 Grant investigating the increase in primary elective cesarean delivery with an inter-professional research team at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Her current clinical practice and research focuses on providing care to women who are homeless and in situations where they have limited choices about their healthcare. Dr. MacMillan’s research has lead to numerous national and international publications in peer reviewed journals and national conferences. 

Tiffany Parrish, Lecturer
MSN, Nursing Administration, Ball State University
107 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8699
tiffany.parrish@gcsu.edu

Tiffany Parrish received a BSN from Georgia College in 1991. While working as an OB tech during nursing school, she realized her passion for obstetrics and began her career as a bedside staff nurse in a labor and delivery. She has maintained an active certification in Inpatient Obstetrics since 2003. Ms. Parrish has always enjoyed the teaching/learning aspects of nursing. She began teaching community childbirth classes early in her career, oriented and mentored many new and experienced labor and delivery nurses and served as the Labor & Delivery Unit Educator for patients and staff. She worked as the Director of Labor and Delivery/OB Emergency Department from 2007-2015 and completed a Master of Science concentrating in Nursing Administration from Ball State University in 2016. Ms. Parrish’s graduate research interests include understanding barriers and best practices associated with mutually satisfying relationships between nursing students and RNs and the transition of new nurses into the workplace. She will be working with students in the clinical settings for nursing fundamentals, adult health and practicum.

JoAnne Raatz, Senior Lecturer/Lab Coordinator
MSN, Nursing Education, Georgia College
225 Health Sciences Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-2511
joanne.raatz@gcsu.edu

Ms. Raatz is the School of Nursing’s Skills Lab Coordinator. She also conducts high fidelity simulations in addition to teaching in the classroom. After working in the business world for five years, volunteering in a hospital convinced her to return to school and make a career change to nursing. Her 20+ years of experience include medical/surgical, intensive care, and emergency nursing. She earned her BBA in Finance from the University of Georgia, BS in Nursing from Georgia State University, and her MSN in Nursing Education from Georgia College. Ms. Raatz believes that simulation is the best thing that has ever happened to nursing education!

Christopher Rodriguez, Lecturer
MSN, Nursing Education, Georgia College
110 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-5129
christopher.rodriguez@gcsu.edu

Mr. Rodriguez received his Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Armstrong State University. He then received his Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration as a nurse educator from Georgia College and State University. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree at Georgia College and State University. His nursing practice has included Emergency and Forensic specialties. Mr. Rodriguez has practiced as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and currently still practices in the emergency department, holding national board certification as a Certified Emergency Nurse. Mr. Rodriguez is currently teaching in the undergraduate program for the School of Nursing.

John Marshall Smith, Lecturer
MSN, Georgia College
109 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-8698
marshall.smith2@gcsu.edu

Mr. Smith began his nursing career in the medical-surgical setting before transitioning to critical care over ten years ago.  He earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgia College and returned to complete his Master of Science in Nursing.  A board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, he also holds certification as a Critical Care Registered Nurse.  He is currently working to complete his Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Georgia College, with his translational research project focusing on nutrition support in the ICU setting.  He currently teaches medical-surgical nursing within the undergraduate nursing program and enjoys working in the clinical setting with both undergraduate and graduate level nursing students.

Susan Steele, Associate Professor
PhD, Nursing, University of South Florida College of Nursing
214 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-3921
susan.steele@gcsu.edu

Dr. Steele received her Bachelor’s degree in nursing from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania. Both her Master’s degree in adult health nursing and her philosophical doctorate degree in nursing are from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate nursing courses. Her clinical specialization is in wound, ostomy, and continence nursing. Research interests include advance directives, rural health issues, and foot conditions in the gerontological population.

Talecia Warren, Lecturer
MSN, Georgia College
230 Parks Memorial Building
Milledgeville, GA
478-445-3920
talecia.warren@gcsu.edu

Ms. Warren earned her Masters of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nursing Education from Georgia College and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Georgia College. She previously received her Bachelor’s and Associate’s Degrees in Nursing from Excelsior College and completed the U.S. Army Practical Nurse Course. Previously in the clinical setting, she has practiced in the Intensive Care, Step-down, Hospice, Telemetry, Postpartum, and Labor & Delivery settings. Currently, she maintains her clinical skills by practicing as an Emergency Room Nurse. She maintains Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Advanced Burn Life Support certifications. Her current teaching assignments are within the undergraduate baccalaureate nursing program and include courses related to adult health and medical surgical nursing.

SimMan 3G Human Patient Simulator (HPS)

The SimMan 3G is a high fidelity patient simulator. The simulator is capable of the following functions:

  • Speech 
  • Reactive pupils
  • Crying, runny nose, and ear drainage 
  • Oral cyanosis 
  • Heart, lung, and bowel sounds 
  • Chest rise and expansion, with the ability for needle decompression and chest tube training 
  • Bilateral carotid, brachial, radial, femoral, popliteal, posterior tibial, and dorsalis pedis training
  • Vast bedside monitoring capability, such as ECG, SpO2, blood pressure, arterial line, end-title carbon dioxide, and central venour pressure
  • Assess 12-lead EKG, radiology studies and lab results from bedside monitor 
  • Advanced ventilation management
  • CPR, code blue management and defibrillation
  • Vascular access for medication and fluid administration 
  • Genitourinary system with urine output 
  • Tetherless to allow for in-situ simulation capability (simulations conducted in the actual patient care area) 

 

Birthing Simulators

The birthing simulators are high fidelity manikins that can provide nursing students and seasoned nurses training with normal and high risk deliveries that can result in a multitude of complications.

Victoria 

  • Smooth full-body skin and seamless joints 
  • Lifelike eyes with programmable eyelid and eye movement, automatic object tracking, and reactive pupils
  • Births life-like newborn baby of realistic weight, length, proportion, and joint articulation
  • Touch screen supporting monitoring devices (EKG, capnography, blood pressure, fetal monitoring, and SP02
  • Capable of exhaling measurable CO2 for monitoring 
  • Designed for comprehensive shoulder dystocia protocols and postpartum hemorrhage algorithm scenarios
  • Birthing baby programmable heart, lung, and crying sounds, cyanosis, and head movement
  • McRoberts and suprapubic pressure detection and logging 
  • Optional nongravid abdomen (non-pregnant patient for general nursing and gynecology)
  • Tetherless to allow for in-situ simulation capability (simulations conducted in the actual patient care area) 

SimMom 

  • Speech 
  • Heart, lung, bowel sounds and fetal heart tones
  • Bilateral carotid and brachial pulses that correlate with patient monitor 
  • Automatic or manual delivery mode 
  • Can simulate breech, assisted deliveries such as with forceps, shoulder dystocia, cord prolapse, eclampsia, post-partum hemorrhage, uterine inversion or rupture 
  • Touch screen supporting monitoring systems that displays, but not limited to EFM, SpO2, ECG, heart and respiratory rate, temperature, end-tidal carbon dioxide waveforms
  • Access 12-Lead ECG and radiology studies from monitor
  • CPR and code management with chest compressions, defibrillation, pacing and cardioversion, advanced airway management 
  • IV, subcutaneous and intramuscular sites for medication administration  

 

Pediatric Simulators

Pedi HAL Simulator 

  • Speech 
  • Reactive pupils 
  • Central cyanosis capabilities 
  • Heart, lung, and bowel sounds 
  • Able to identify drug type and volume injected into veins 
  • Able to connect to real devices (ventilators, 12 lead ECG monitor, BP cuffs, defibrillators) for real time diagnostic values, results and monitoring 
  • Oral and nasal intubation compatible 
  • Intravenous access 
  • Tetherless to allow for in-situ simulation capability (simulations conducted in the actual patient care area) 

SimJunior​

  • Speech 
  • Interchangeable pupils 
  • Heart, lung, and bowel sounds 
  • Intravenous and interosseous vascular access
  • Bedside monitoring capability, such as ECG, Sp02, blood pressure, and end-title carbon dioxide levels
  • CPR, code blue management and defibrillation 

 

Infant Simulator

SimNewB Simulator

  • Programmable infant simulator with appropriate physiology 
  • Programmable heart and lung sounds 
  • Airway training and management 
  • CPR and infant code management 
  • Intravenous and interosseous access

 

Harvey Cardiopulmonary Simulator 

  • 50 cardiac diseases programed from aortic valve stenosis to pulmonary embolism 
  • 6 total breath sounds 
  • 9 total auscultation sounds 
  • Bilateral carotid, brachial, radial, femoral pulses 
  • Chest wall/precordial pulses 
  • Modifiable amplitudes and intensities 
  • Master stethoscope for auscultation, an addition to wireless stethoscopes for learners listening capability 
  • Portable 

 

Cardionics Bionic Hybrid Simulator 

  • Wearable technology which can be used on live patients or manikins to simulate normal and abnormal heart, lung, and bowel sounds 
  • Palpable carotid, radial, and brachial artery pulses 
  • 5-lead ECG connection 
  • Simulates multiple physiological conditions 
  • Real time diagnostics and treatment capabilities 
  • Cardionics SimScope WiFi capability

 

Cervical & GYN Simulator

  • Bi-manual pelvic examination 
  • Vaginal Speculum examination 
  • Six cervices with cervical abnormalities 
  • Anatomically accurate fimbriae and ovaries 
  • IUD insertion

 

Telehealth Equipment including Stethoscope, Dermascope & Opthalmoscope 

We have 3 different telehealth modalities that students of various levels can use to optimize health care delivery in rural areas, as well as for those patients that have limited ability to meet their providers in person. 

Telehealth equipment includes:

  • Stethoscope 
  • Horus Scope, a high resolution digital scope system that provides video transmission of physical findings from the following instruments:

            + Dermacope 

            + Opthalmoscope 

            + Otoscope - visual inspection and response to pressure changes 

            + Camera to assess neurological (stroke-like), skin and musculoskeletal conditions.

  • ECG capability 

 

MEDiC Mobile Exam Device 

Telehealth system that allows access to healthcare from outside the clinical and hospital setting by transmitting remotely over Wi-Fi from anywhere in the world. Georgia College nursing students have traveled abroad to remote populations in Honduras and Africa that have enabled the communities to access specialized care such as cardiology.

Ear Exam Models 

  • Allows for practicing proper use of an otoscope 
  • Anatomically correct ear model facilitates student practice in clinical procedures 
  • Includes: 11 ear pairs, 1 normal and 9 tympanic membrane pathologies, and 1 foreign body/cerumen removal 

Eye Exam Models

  • Facilitates students learning using direct ophthalmoscopes 
  • 3 fundal depths
  • Includes: 10 retinal slides, 1 normal and 9 retinal pathologies 

Breast Exam Models

  • Flesh product 
  • Different palpable disease states within the breast model: cysts (fluid related), fibroadenomas (calcifications), sclerosing adenosis, or fat necrosis 

Joint, Knee, & Shoulder Injectors 

  • Facilitates student learning with normal anatomy (both superficial and subdermal) for palpation purposes 
  • Feedback technology to support student learning 

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) are registered nurses who have completed specialized education and clinical preparation in the medical forensic care of the patient who has experienced sexual assault or abuse. This dedicated room affords the SANE program trainees the opportunity to allow hands-on experience in an authentic forensic examination environment. The program utilizes Gynecological Teaching Assistants that are specially trained for sexual assault cases in order to provide the most realistic, evidence-based learning experience for participants.

Supplies, equipment and resources include:

  • Gynecological examination table 
  • Advanced Pelvic exam and GYN Simulator 
  • High-quality DSLR digital camera with tripod and multiple lens
  • EVA Mobile ODT system 
  • Blue LED Forensic Flashlight Kit 
  • Forensic Evidence Collection Kit 
  • Handheld doppler 
  • Pulse oximeter 
  • Vaginal speculum 
  • Cordless speculum illuminator 
  • Swab dryer 
  • Other necessary supplies for evidence collection 
  • Patient interview area 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For further information, please contact:

Shantee Henry, MSN, RN 

ANE-SANE Grant Coordinator 

478-445-8570

shantee.henry@gcsu.edu

The Simulation and Translational Research Center at Georgia College is able to offer a variety of standardize participant (SP) experiences to support an array of healthcare educational needs. In addition to a repository of SP’s of various ages, gender and ethnicities, GC School of Nursing and Theatre Department work together collaboratively to provide authentic SP experiences to future and practicing healthcare professionals.

(Amy Pinney, PhD, Performance Studies, Speech Communication. Sheryl Winn, DNP, Associate Professor and Director for Standardized Patients Program. Sterling Roberts, DNP, Assistant Professor of Nursing and Director, Center for Simulation and Translational Research)

Standardize participants are trained by GC SON and Theatre Department faculty to portray specific medical backgrounds, physical conditions and emotional states of a patient found in various healthcare settings. We apply moulage and other simulation technology to SP’s to portray injuries or medical conditions to support the realism of the learning experience. 

If you'd like to join our team, please click the link below!

https://www.gcsujobs.com/postings/7598

821 N. Cobb St.

Milledgeville, GA 31061

(478)445-8564

Mailing Address

231 W. Hancock St.

Milledgeville, GA 31061

To schedule a tour of the facility, please click the link below. 

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For the full Policy and Procedure Manual, please click the link below. 

policy_and_procedure_manual.pdf