Center for Clinical Learning
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
The Center for Clinical Learning provides undergraduate and graduate students with realistic, evidence-based patient care experiences that develop clinical reasoning, critical decision-making, team-building, and technical skills using state-of-the art equipment, high-fidelity patient simulators, and trained personnel who act as standardized patients.
Current health care technology, such as tablet computers, electronic medication dispensing units, and other interactive hardware/software are also utilized. The Center offers scheduled classes, simulations, and interprofessional experiences for students at all program levels as well as flexible opportunities for practice and remediation.
The Center has locations on each campus: on the Newark Campus in Ackerson Hall and the Bergen Building, in New Brunswick at the Paterson Street Building, and in Halpern Hall on the Blackwood Campus.
Now Hiring: Standardized Patients
- Onsite Clinical Learning Opportunities in a Realistic, Safe Practice Environment
- Clinical Skills Development, Practice, and Remediation
- Simulation Learning
- Evidence-Based Patient Scenarios
- High-Fidelity Mannequins
- Standardized Patients
- Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs)
- Interprofessional Education Experiences
To implement innovative best practices in simulation-based education and healthcare technologies to promote population health.
To be a national center of educational excellence for clinical learning, leadership, interprofessional practice, and research.