National American University nursing student Jaime Poore, left, and Beth Bowman, NAU pre-nursing advisor, foreground, work to revive Bowman's "husband," a simulation patient who has gone into cardiac arrest. Students and faculty from area medical and nursing schools got hands-on training using medical simulation dummies at National American University. (Oct. 31, 2013)
National American University nursing student Jaime Poore, left, and Beth Bowman, NAU pre-nursing advisor, foreground, work to revive Bowman's "husband," a simulation patient who has gone into cardiac arrest. Students and faculty from area medical and nursing schools got hands-on training using medical simulation dummies at National American University. (Oct. 31, 2013) Mike Hutmacher File photo
National American University nursing student Jaime Poore, left, and Beth Bowman, NAU pre-nursing advisor, foreground, work to revive Bowman's "husband," a simulation patient who has gone into cardiac arrest. Students and faculty from area medical and nursing schools got hands-on training using medical simulation dummies at National American University. (Oct. 31, 2013) Mike Hutmacher File photo

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