Innovative technology and resources for nursing students
The faculty at MGH Institute School of Nursing uses state-of-the-art technology to teach nursing students at its Boston waterfront campus.
The school's skills lab, simulation lab, and physical assessment lab provide simulated hospital environments for nursing students to develop their clinical skills.
The school has seven interactive high fidelity manikins simulation manikins - two adult, one birthing, one pediatric (8-10 years old), one 12-month baby, and two infant newborn - to help you learn to treat a wide variety of symptoms and health situations. The labs, located on the main floor of the Institute's main academic building, are well-lit pleasant areas where you will spend much of your time learning basic nursing skills.
A nursing lab manager coordinates with students, faculty, administrators, and IT staff to ensure the smooth running of the Nursing clinical labs.
School of Nursing students is also part of the interprofessional teams working together to learn and practice in teams and to deliver essential free care to the community in the MGH Institute IMPACT Practice Center where the School of Nursing has opened the Ruth Sleeper Nursing Center for Clinical Education and Wellness.
During your clinical rotations – which occur during the first weeks of your education at MGH Institute School of Nursing - you will use the most current equipment at world-class hospitals such as Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Children Hospital Boston, and other health care facilities in Greater Boston.