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Educational Services

Laerdal Educational Services offer instructor-led on-site courses to help instructors implement best practices in simulation using hands-on interactive content. Courses range from how to get started, to basic simulation, to advanced use of simulators. We also offer consultative and custom solutions to help with more specific needs.

Technology Refresh

As technology ages, productivity declines, downtime increases, and repair costs can soar. Having a plan for consistent simulation software and equipment updates, which often include new clinical functionality, allows you to provide the best learning opportunities for healthcare providers.

Are you prepared?

Technical Services

Laerdal offer comprehensive Technical Support Services Programs to meet your specific product and training needs.

FAQs Documentation for SimMan Essential

A realistic, full-body adult, wireless patient simulator, SimMan Essential offers comprehensive clinical functionality to teach the core skills of airway, breathing, cardiac and circulation management.

Specifications

Multiple airway skills/features

Eyes

Vascular access

Breathing features

Pharmacology

Circulation features

Cardiac features

System features

Other features

Patient Monitor (Optional)

Controllable open/closed airway;automatically or manually controlled

Head tilt/Chin lift

Jaw thrust w/articulated jaw

Suctioning (Oral and Nasopharyngeal)

Bag-mask ventilation

Orotracheal intubation

Nasotracheal intubation

Combitube, LMA, and other airway placement

Endotracheal tube intubation

Retrograde intubation

Fiberoptic intubation

Transtracheal jet ventilation

Needle cricothyrotomy

Surgical cricothyrotomy

Variable airway resistance on/off

Right main stem intubation

Stomach distention

Decreased range of cervical motion

Blinking eyes

Eyes open, closed and partially open

Eye inserts, manually change pupils

IV arm (right arm) Establish IV

Intraosseous access (tibia and sternum)

Simulated spontaneous breathing

Bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall

CO2 exhalation

Normal and abnormal breath sounds

Manual drug recognition

formulary

BP measured manually by auscultation of Korotkoff sounds

Carotid, femoral, radial,dorsalis pedis, posterior tibialis pulses and brachialis (only left side) synchronized with ECG

Pulse strength variable with BP

Pulse Palpation is detected and logged

Extensive ECG library

Heart sounds – four anterior locations

COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING

multiple therapeutic modalities and training in neuropsychological and personality assessment

INTEGRATION

thoughtful integration of spirituality and psychology in both training and practice

More about Clinical Training

Meet a few of our faculty

MIYOUNG YOON HAMMER

Associate Professor of Marital and Family Therapy

Dr. Yoon Hammer’s training and research consider the practitioner’s experience and perspective, and she encourages students to develop an awareness of the ways their own narratives inform their clinical work. She brings an expertise in medical family therapy, serving patients and their families coping with challenging medical diagnoses. “Even in situations where there is no cure, there can be healing,” she says. “As therapists, we are healers as we embody hope.”

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BRAD D. STRAWN

Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology

“I’m passionate about aiding students as they grow in their relationship with Christ and the church at the same time that they develop as Christian clinicians—helping them integrate their ‘head knowledge’ and their ‘heart knowledge.’” As chair of integration, Dr. Strawn brings a rich blend of experience in teaching, research, and spiritual formation leadership that he draws upon in helping his students understand and embody integration.

SEE MORE FROM DR. STRAWN ON FULLER STUDIO

Spiritual Flourishing and Embodied Life

The Work of the Holy Spirit and the Christian Therapist

Integration: With What and With Whom?

The Integration of Psychology and Theology at Fuller

CAMERON LEE

Professor of Marriage and Family Studies

Dr. Lee, a Fuller faculty member for 30 years, has written and taught extensively in the areas of marriage, family, and ministry. “In our Marriage and Family program,” he says, “we believe that peacemaking, with the attendant clinical virtues of humility, compassion, hope and Sabbath rest, provide a coherent narrative framework for Christian therapists.” A licensed minister and Certified Family Life Educator, he is a popular speaker outside of Fuller as well.

SEE MORE FROM DR. LEEON FULLER STUDIO

To Tell the Old, Old Story: The Narrative Dimension of Counseling and Spirituality

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hear from our alumni

"I have blossomed as a therapist because of the support, education, and prayers of the people at this school. Learning as part of a cohort has been such a gift, having like-minded others with whom to share this journey. Another highlight is the amazing faculty who show genuine care and excitement for their therapeutic work and their students! I am blown away by their hard work, humility, and compassion as they guide us through this program. Students not only get a great education here, they see their lives transformed and renewed."

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