The faculty member has responsibility for the delivery of innovative and collaborative instruction and training for the Nursing Programs. The faculty’s role and relationship with the student in the classroom contributes to the effectiveness of the educational process. In their professional role and function, the faculty member will assist with the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, and revision of course content and course syllabus.
The library is located in an area that ensures a quiet and peaceful environment for students and faculty and will be opened from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.
With instructor approval, students may access the library outside of these hours. The library houses over one hundred current nursing textbooks, audio-visual materials, and journals, as well as other nursing resources to support student learning and research.
Medworld is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students, faculty, staff, and visitors with documented disabilities to the campus on an individualized and flexible basis as mandated in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Parking spaces, ramps or ground level accessibility, and handicapped restrooms are accessible to all students with a documented disability.
The Class Rooms are located next to the nursing skills lab and simulation room are spacious classrooms with comfortable seating and a pleasant learning environment. Modular walls in the classroom allow for flexible and creative arrangements to facilitate the educational process. Classrooms are equipped with teaching stations and include the following equipment:
- Standard school of Nursing compute
- LCD Projector
- Video players Hook-up for guest laptop
The nursing skills lab provides nursing students opportunities to develop their assessment, critical thinking, and clinical reasoning skills while caring for patients