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Nov
13

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING LAUNCHED ITS NEWLY ADVANCED PEDIATRIC PATIENT SIMULATOR

As newly health advancement discoveries in the medical industry had already taken place, the nursing educational system is intensifying its learning innovation as well. Just recently, the Columbia University School of Nursing launched a new improvement in its clinical simulation curriculum, known to be as ?Pediatric HAL,? ? the most world?s most advanced pediatric patient […]

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