Clarendon career center students learn at ICE Lab


Health science students at F.E. DuBose Career Center visited the McLeod Health Immersive Clinical Exploration (ICE) Lab recently. According to Clarendon County School District's Facebook page, "High-fidelity simulator manikins are available to students at regional high schools and clinicians at McLeod Health thanks to a innovative grant obtained by Florence County School Districts 2 and 5. The ICE Lab is also made possible through generous donations to the McLeod Health Foundation. Students engaged in experiential learning by participating in a birthing simulation with simulator Victoria and a sudden cardiac arrest of a high school athlete with simulator Hal. High-fidelity simulation creates a live patient scenario by promoting realism and instant feedback for the care being given."