Mobile simulation trucks give rescue workers trauma training in Nebraska
The University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Simulation in Motion-Nebraska conducted training for the members of the Lindsay Fire and Rescue Squad. equipment
The university’s four training vehicles – outfitted with $500,000 worth of equipment, such as human patient simulators, have conducted more than 100 training sessions around the state of Nebraska. . The trucks offer hands-on training on advanced techniques and each includes emergency room and ambulance simulators.
The four mobile classrooms are supported by a $5.5 million grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. These simulation trucks are stationed across the state and are available to help improve training for emergency responders in rural parts of Nebraska.