Nursing students practicing on a test doll

Center for Interprofessional and Experiential Learning

The Center for Interprofessional and Experiential Learning brings information learned in the classroom “to life” for College of Health Sciences and Human Performance students looking to become more confident and competent in their skills.

Extensive, real-life clinical experiences are offered in a safe, holistic, and supportive environment. The Center for Interprofessional and Experiential Learning is used to equip students with technical and critical thinking skills, enabling them to provide competent and safe patient care in a risk-free environment. 

Learning through simulation is an interactive process and is student-centered, promoting deeper learning experiences and increasing student understanding with long-term memory and recall.

Simulation assists students in learning to respond to a variety of clinical situations in realistic settings without jeopardizing patient safety.

Students begin utilizing the Center within days of beginning their program and continue throughout their course studies.

To arrange a tour of the Center, call the School of Nursing at (432) 552-2560 or Derek Sanchez, Clinical Coordinator at (432) 552-2569

Tour the UTPB School of Nursing Simulation Lab
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