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  School of Nursing 2021-2023 Centers Center for Educational Research and Innovation  

Center for Educational Research and Innovation

The Center for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) provides leadership for the promotion of teaching and learning excellence, collaborations in interprofessional education, and advancement of the science of nursing education at Rutgers School of Nursing.

CERI provides leadership for the following associated centers of teaching and learning excellence:

The Center for Clinical Learning (CCL) provides undergraduate and graduate students with realistic, evidence-based patient care experiences that develop clinical reasoning, critical decision-making, team-building, and technical skills. Various modalities include the use of state-of-the art equipment, electronic health records, video performance review, high-fidelity patient simulators, and humans trained as patients, known as standardized patients.

Current health care technology, such as electronic medication dispensing units, electronic health record and other interactive hardware/software assist learners in achieving competencies used in their professional practice. The CCL offers scheduled classes, simulations, and interprofessional experiences for students at all program levels as well as flexible opportunities for practice and remediation.

The center has locations on the Newark (Ackerson Hall; Stanley S. Bergen Jr. Building),New Brunswick (120 Albany Street Building), and Blackwood (Halpern Hall) campuses.

The Center for Professional Development offers cutting-edge continuing education opportunities for registered and advanced practice nurses, nurse faculty, and other health care professionals to meet the demands of an increasingly complex, diverse, and dynamic health care environment.
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