Renton Technical College returns to Life Sciences Research Weekend with…

Renton Technical College returns to Life Sciences Research Weekend with the popular “SimMan” and “SimBaby.”

Renton Technical College :: Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010

Renton Technical College :: Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010

These high tech, anatomically correct mannequins can mimic many diseases and normal body functions.

Renton Technical College :: Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010

Evaluating a baby’s health can be difficult, so SimBaby safely represents a six-month old baby for nurses to study and practice with. For more about SimMan or SimBaby, see the Laerdal company web site: http://www.laerdal.com/doc/13010668/SimBaby.html

About Renton Technical College

Renton Technical College (RTC) is one of 34 colleges in the State of Washington operated by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. RTC provides training, retraining and upgrading for persons seeking marketable job skills or upgrading current skills.

Training at Renton Technical College is relevant. The worker of tomorrow is trained by the journey-level instructor of today. Trainees are ensured that only those skills and concepts essential for seeking, gaining and holding a job are taught. At the same time, they are guaranteed they will not be taught superfluous skills and concepts. Mathematical, scientific, communication and human relation skills are integrated into practical instruction.

By Brian Glanz for NWABR. Please reuse and remix! We share with a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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