Megan Welsh and Adrianne Rexwinkle, registered nurses at Via Christi St. Joseph, work through a simulation on a mannequin at Via Christi St. Francis last week. Via Christi wants to expand its simulation program to improve patient outcomes.
Megan Welsh and Adrianne Rexwinkle, registered nurses at Via Christi St. Joseph, work through a simulation on a mannequin at Via Christi St. Francis last week. Via Christi wants to expand its simulation program to improve patient outcomes. The Wichita Eagle
Megan Welsh and Adrianne Rexwinkle, registered nurses at Via Christi St. Joseph, work through a simulation on a mannequin at Via Christi St. Francis last week. Via Christi wants to expand its simulation program to improve patient outcomes. The Wichita Eagle

Via Christi expands simulation programs for staff, medical residents

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