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Simulations followed by it actually happening
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation dedicated its nursing simulation laboratory in honor of Glenn and Kathleen Simpson on November 1.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation dedicated its nursing simulation laboratory in honor of Glenn and Kathleen Simpson on November 1.
 
ECU becomes only public university in the state with a fully accredited nursing simulation program
ECU becomes only public university in the state with a fully accredited nursing simulation program
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation has dedicated its nursing simulation laboratory in honor of Kathleen and Glenn Simpson.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation has dedicated its nursing simulation laboratory in honor of Kathleen and Glenn Simpson.
 
It's a world without walls. Students can explore the vast expanse of the Great Barrier Reef or the microscopic intricacies of the human cell - all within the confines of the classroom
It's a world without walls. Students can explore the vast expanse of the Great Barrier Reef or the microscopic intricacies of the human cell - all within the confines of the classroom
 
Duke Energy and Beaufort County Community College today announced a $215,474 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation.
Duke Energy and Beaufort County Community College today announced a $215,474 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation.
 
Al Schreier rocked back in his recliner, surveying the three future Pirate nurses who filled his small apartment. They were there, they explained kindly, to follow up on an injury to Schreier’s leg. He needed his bandage changed, and a general condition assessment.
Al Schreier rocked back in his recliner, surveying the three future Pirate nurses who filled his small apartment. They were there, they explained kindly, to follow up on an injury to Schreier’s leg. He needed his bandage changed, and a general condition assessment.
 
Law enforcement officers from the Beaufort County and Washington County Sheriff's Departments and members of the Beaufort County Community College police force recently participated in rapid deployment training offered at BCCC.
Law enforcement officers from the Beaufort County and Washington County Sheriff's Departments and members of the Beaufort County Community College police force recently participated in rapid deployment training offered at BCCC.
 
Some East Carolina University students headed for military service are honing their marksmanship and decision-making skills at a simulated firing range on campus.
Some East Carolina University students headed for military service are honing their marksmanship and decision-making skills at a simulated firing range on campus.
 
The College of Nursing's reputation as a leader in simulation-based education played a role in bringing a statewide conference on simulation technology to East Carolina University in May.
The College of Nursing's reputation as a leader in simulation-based education played a role in bringing a statewide conference on simulation technology to East Carolina University in May.
 
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