EDUCATION & TRAINING
Biotility at University of Florida CERHB serves a central role in providing opportunities to students, employees and teachers for a hands-on laboratory experience in biotechnology. This practical experience is an essential component of their training programs and will produce graduates with not only theoretical knowledge, but also actual experience in manufacturing, laboratory techniques, regulatory affairs, and quality systems. Biotility is committed to recruiting and educating students, teachers, and incumbent and displaced workers for careers in biotechnology.
- Center For Advanced Medical Learning And Simulation (CAMLS)
CAMLS is a 90,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, three-story facility with every possible form of health professional education and training, for individuals and teams, under one roof. CAMLS integrates simulation technology, aviation science, team training, and evidence-based best practice into innovative programs with measurable outcomes. CAMLS combines cutting-edge simulation with research and innovation to move the latest advances in healthcare into practice.
- Florida Atlantic University Simulation Center (FAUSC)
The Florida Atlantic University Simulation Center (FAUSC) integrates new simulation and trainer technologies into the curriculum for medical students and medical professionals in practice. The center provides training to medical students, interns, residents, nursing students, and licensed healthcare workers from all fields of medicine and nursing and has contracts with local fire and rescue companies, county healthcare districts, and private practitioners to train newly hired staff, to update current staff, and to re-certify professionals.
- Florida Hospital Nicholson Center
the Florida Hospital Nicholson Center (a subsidiary of Adventist Health System’s 43 hospital network) has trained more than 50,000 clinicians from around the globe on leading-edge clinical and surgical techniques. Utilizing state-of-the-art surgical suites, and labs, plus advanced medical simulation robotics and learning centers; medical professionals can acquire and advance their skills in a highly collaborative surgical learning environment. Now with two locations in Celebration and Orlando the Nicholson Center serves as one of the largest training centers of its kind in the world.
- Medical Technology & Simulation Center at SCF Lakewood Ranch
The two-story, 42,000 sq. ft. building houses nursing, other health professions, education and SCF's new Energy Technology Management Program. Important features in this building include the nursing skills lab, nursing assessment lab and Intensive Care Unit lab with state-of-the-art technology including patient simulators, electronic medical records, drug recognition system and medication-dispensing devices.
- UF Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research (CSESaR)
The primary goal for CSESaR is to create an institutional learning center, which is nationally recognized as a center of excellence for simulation training that promotes broadly disciplined health care education and patient safety through simulated training. This goal is achieved by broadening the educational experience to maximize learning opportunities at the UF College of Medicine-Jacksonville campus for students, residents, hospital personnel, Special Forces medics and pre-hospital providers. Additionally, CME courses for local and regional training are provided.