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Core
Components
Overview

The Surgical and Intervention Training Center (SITC) at CAMLS

Surgical & Interventional Training Center

Healthcare professionals from around the world hone their skills as individuals and teams. Surgeons, interventionalists, and residents will be able to find everything they need to sharpen existing skills or develop new ones leading to improved confidence and proficiency, fewer medical errors, and a better overall performance in patient care...

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Education Center (EC) at CAMLS

Education Center

Students and instructors will be more engaged in their continuous learning and preparation in the healthcare field thanks to the technology-infused and cutting edge classrooms. The Education Center is a comprehensive and collaborative effort with USF Health in blending technology and health education. While the Education Center at CAMLS may gleam with all of its astonishing and sleek technology, its passion is still centered on the idea to promote healthcare education through classrooms and auditoriums with interactive conferencing capabilities...

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Virtual Patient Care Center (VPCC) of CAMLS

Virtual Patient Care Center

(VPCC) of CAMLS leverages simulation technology for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other healthcare professionals looking to sharpen and develop their clinical skills before engaging in actual clinical situations. As an accredited Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) facility, the VPCC acts as a venue for the implementation of simulation techniques in order to improve the quality and performance of patient care by practicing standardized procedures. Teams and individuals gather at the VPCC to develop the critical skills of communication, prompt decision making, and teamwork and in a fully simulated and immersive patient care setting.

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Tampa Bay Research and Innovation Center (TBRIC) at CAMLS

Tampa Bay Research & Innovation Center

The TBRIC acts as a central hub for the entire medical device life cycle from device conceptualization, prototype development, pre-clinical validation testing, and QSR compliance. Medical innovators can utilize computer assisted design to develop advanced design and instrumentation models. Those models are then sent to the three dimensional printer that enables a medical device idea to come into fruition as a scaled functional model that can immediately be sent into on-site testing.

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