Cowley's Allied Health Center receives Manikin
Being able to better learn and practice critical lifesaving skills, Cowley College’s Allied Health Center recently received a life-like manikin for its students to work on.
Cindy Branscum, Cowley College lead MICT instructor, and Terri Griffiths, adjunct instructor, recently completed SimMan training in Texas for the manikin purchased for the department.
Slade Griffiths, Department Chair of the Allied Health Education/EMS Education Program Director said Sarah Leftwich, Dean of North Campuses, made the purchase of the manikin possible.
“This fully meets the students needs by being absolutely real in a laboratory setting, and ultimately patient care is better,” Griffiths said.