Welcome

The Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas (or CSCLV) is a 31,000 sq ft facility that opened at the Shadow Lane Campus in August 2009 and is shared among the University of Nevada – Las Vegas School of Nursing, Nevada State College School of Nursing, and University of Nevada School of Medicine.

The Health Sciences System (HSS) of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) is working to ensure Nevada has a highly trained health care workforce to meet the state’s current and future needs.

Our Mission

The Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas is committed to delivering the highest quality education for healthcare students and professionals by providing access to state-of-the-art instructional technology and curriculum design within a collaborative and interdisciplinary framework.


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Recent News

New Video! - UNLV School of Nursing Program Overview

Watch the new video showcasing the UNLV School of Nursing Program with scenes from the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas. Developed & Produced by Jennifer Pfannes, BSN, RN, CPN, Shona Rue, MSN, RN, CPNP, CNE, and Jonathan Sturak, MS, BS, BA


New Training Opportunities at the CSCLV

Several new training opportunities are available this fall at the CSCLV. Check out our training section to learn about how you can become a simulation expert at Facilitation, Debriefing, and Scenario Writing, all courtesy of the CSCLV's Director of Education, Dr. Jessica Doolen, PhD, RN, FNP-C, CNE.

Click here for more info!


CSCLV Awarded $350,000 Federal Grant

The CSCLV has been awarded a $350,000 grant from the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) to purchase state-of-the-art equipment to train future nurses and doctors. Read the full press release HERE.

Grant June 2015


New Video! - Pediatric Sim Room Orientation

Watch the new orientation video for the Pediatric Sim Room.


STOPS Research Poster Presentation

Researchers
Jessica Doolen PhD, APRN-C, CNE
Matthew Schreiber MD
Hiren Patel MD
Kartika Shetty MD
Kevin Gulliver MSN, RN
Rhigel Tan DNP, APRN-C

have completed and presented Simulating Teamwork and Observation for Procedural Safety (STOPS).

Download their Poster!

STOPS Poster Image