With integrated solutions and expert consultancy from Noldus, Toronto’s George Brown Centre for Health Sciences created a modern simulated learning environment that provides trainees an opportunity to put theory into practice in a safe and controlled environment. By combining innovative technology, a state-of-the-art facility, and highly experienced faculty, George Brown College students are exposed to the best the industry has to offer.
Noldus Information Technology enriched this Simulation Centre with all their latest innovations: Viso, TrackLab, and The Observer XT including advanced analysis, multiple video recording, and physiological data integration. A modern simulated learning environment that allows the student an opportunity to put theory into practice in a safe and controlled environment. It allows George Brown faculty to focus on what really matters: providing students with feedback on their skills and practices.Free white paper
Within the Simulation Centre, trainees will work through a wide range of scenarios in various healthcare settings or the home environment. From developing therapeutic communication skills, to caring for complex critically ill infants and adults, these scenarios will help prepare trainees for future placement and work opportunities. Noldus’ The Observer XT software,facilitates research ambitions at George Brown College to keep the faculty innovating and advance practical learning.
With the professional research software from Noldus and the power of integration (video, audio, and physiology), George Brown College will stay at the forefront of medical training. No other college in Ontario exposes as many students to as many simulated learning experiences during an academic year as does George Brown College.