Thomas Edison Nursing School has received a $37,500 grant courtesy of a partnership between Investors Bank Foundation and Roma Bank Community Foundation. The students at the college will now be able to diagnose patients and make crucial decisions without safety risks.
The funding will be beneficial to both on-campus and online programs. The college’s Virtual Clinical Simulation (VSC) program has enabled online students to access a variety of sophisticated digital illustrations of patients. The program has integrated cutting-edge technology features and software that makes diagnoses simpler. The on-campus Nursing Simulation Lab, which is the high-tech flagship for their Accelerated Second Degree B.S. Nursing Program, will also benefit from the funding.
The technologies are very important in helping students acquire extensive clinical nursing experience, develop exceptional critical thinking, decision making and analytical skills without posing risks to their patients.
This funding is part of the annual installments that the college receives for the expansion of its innovative online and on-campus programs. The technologies are very important in helping students acquire extensive clinical nursing experience, develop exceptional critical thinking, decision making and analytical skills without posing risks to their patients. The funding that the college received from Investors Bank last year was used to buy one MAC avatar and much needed software for the VCS program.
Investor Bank’s commitment is providing the funds especially considering the advancements it has facilitated. This fund has played an essential role in providing students with the necessary tools to succeed in the medical field, not only in New Jersey but across the country. With this funding, students at Thomas Edison State College are guaranteed practical knowledge and skills without causing any harm to anyone.
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