Simulation Center Facilities
School of Nursing Simulation Center
The Liberty University School of Nursing Simulation Center is a 14,019 square foot center housed on the second floor of the DeMoss Learning Center, on the main campus of the university. The Simulation Center includes 42 separate rooms for simulation, debriefing, skills lab, classroom, media, and supply storage. The LUSON Simulation Center has a total of six B-Line camera-equipped, high fidelity simulation rooms. Five of the simulation rooms have the capability to run simulation simultaneously.
The LUSON Simulation Center has ten undergraduate health assessment exam suites equipped with all supplies needed to complete head-to-toe assessments. Five of the rooms are equipped with cameras. These camera-equipped rooms are used to film sophomore level students as they demonstrate skill competency and head-to-toe assessments. There are eight exam rooms used for APRN standardized patient simulation. IDouble robots are utilized by distant site students for consultation during standardized patient cases.
All nursing students utilize the 2,255 square foot Fundamental Skills lab as an integrated classroom to both learn and practice nursing skills. Nursing students enjoy interprofessional education with medical students in the Obstetric Theater, a 1,638 square foot room seating 93 students theater style. This room is equipped with an observation and control room, B-Line Simcapture, and Cisco Telepresence capability.