SHINE (Simulation-based, Humanity-Integrated Nursing Education) Center provides the similar environment to actual hospitals for students to simulate based on scenario. Opened in 2012, it accommodates 6 rooms in total; patient rooms, pediatric patient room, delivery room, preparation room, operating room and intensive care unit. It also has 5 high fidelity patient simulators for adults, child, mothers and babies. Nursing students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th year use them for simulation training which is possible to be simultaneously recorded and debriefed.
Skills Lab is equipped with ampules, vials, IV lines and simulators to train basic nursing skills and medication administration skills such as simple catheterization, foley catheterization, enema, tracheostomy care, IV insertion and intramuscular injection. This lab is also equipped with Inbody to analyze body composition. This lab is opened to undergraduate students for training basic nursing skills.
Fundamental Nursing Lab
The Fundamental Nursing Lab is equipped with high-value equipment such as beds, wheelchairs, simulation dolls, CPR dummies, and IV pumping devices, as well as basic practice equipment such as disinfected forceps, sterilization kits, and bandages, that allow for bedbound nursing simulation and student practicums utilizing up-to-date medical equipment.
Community Health Nursing Lab
The SNU College of Nursing has a unique lab for Community Health Nursing with all the equipment needed for the creative work of the students. Kitchen, Toilet, Bedroom, and other utilities similar to the living quarters of community dwelling older adults are equipped so that students can practice better in a realistic setting.
Nursing Management Lab
The Nursing Management Lab serves by providing practice for diverse nursing roles. The room has a treatment room and nursing station. Students can practice communication, staffing and organization in environments similar to current clinical settings.
The Bionursing Lab has PCR Machines, Gel image analyzers, blood bank refrigerators, and various human anatomical models that allow students to have a hands-on approach to lab work.
The OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) center is used for clinical simulation training with standardized patients and accommodates 1 control room and 4 training rooms equipped with vibrating beds and examination devices. OSCE control room monitors simulation training happening in OSCE center in real-time or records it to replay later.