An innovative, state-of-the-art learning environment at FranU is giving students an abundance of real-world experience to prepare them to treat all types of patients in a clinical setting.
The 4,000 square foot facility is known as the Simulated Environment Teaching Hospital, or SETH. Inside, FranU students from various disciplines work on sophisticated mannequins that are programmed to mimic a variety of health conditions. During the training, students may be asked to perform a wide range of tasks, including inserting IVs, delivering babies, administering medication, performing CPR and more.
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