Seton Halls Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus Receives $1.14M

Seton Halls Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus Receives .14M

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The Seton Hall Health Sciences Campus, home to the College of Medical and Health Sciences and the College of Nursing, will receive $1.14 million in federal funding announced by Congressman Bill Pascrell (NJ-9), said the Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker.

Congressman Pascrell said, "I have visited the IHS campus many times, and each time I have been incredibly impressed with the teaching and learning that takes place there. We are delighted to have been able to secure much-needed funding for this valuable project. The Skills Healthcare Staff Will Gain in The Future of Lab Upgrade New Jerseyans have been in the 9th District and throughout NJ for decades.

Anticipating the continued growth in demand for medical education, Seton Hall requested funding to:

  • enhance the simulation lab experience;
  • Construction of control rooms.
  • simulation equipment
  • and simulation at the point of care.

The project will provide new equipment and enhancements to the Simulation Center on the IHS campus to ensure that nurses, occupational therapists, physician assistants, physical therapists, speech therapists, and sports trainers are clinically prepared to interact with real patients.

Catherine Sanuk, Coordinator of the Clinical Skills Laboratory, School of Nursing; With Jennifer McCarthy, Director of Clinical Simulations in the College of Health Sciences and Medicine; Preparation of financing proposal.

“The upgrades and equipment will enable the College of Nursing and the College of Health Sciences and Medicine to prepare future healthcare professionals to work in a patient-centered, integrated healthcare system, addressing healthcare shortages. and demand,” Sanuk and McCarthy noted.

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Adds Joseph E. Nair, Ph.D., president of Seton Hall, "This achievement is the result of months of dedicated work by the faculty and staff of the College of Nursing and the College of Health and Medical Sciences, and our relationship with Seton Hall's management team and advocates in the nation's capital, such as Congressman Pasquerel and Senator Booker and Menendez, are grateful to each of them for their dedication to Seton Hall and the health of NJ.

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