Testing in our well-equipped computer labs helps students prepare for the computerized format of their future certificatioon exam and provides immediate feedback on performance.
Hands-on learning facilitates understanding of complex concepts. Here, a student learns to identify the location of specific nerves of the brachial plexus.
All of our classrooms feature a wireless network environment so students can follow the presentations or access additional resources immediately.
Our national reputation attracts well-known lecturers. Here, Dr. Edmond Eger (reknown researcher and developer of anesthetic medications) provides a guest-lecture to our students.
Video conferencing facilities provide students access to noted guest lecturers from across the country.
Student-led presentations foster active learning.
Classroom technology provides for innovative presentation techniques.
Students learn from well-respected faculty. Here, Sandra Ouellette, President of the International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists, lectures on neuroanatomy.
Anesthesiologist faculty are all members of the Wake Forest School of Medicine, providing high-quality instruction.