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STEM Students Learn that Working with Medical Dummies Takes Real Smarts

A student gowns up to place a chest tube in TraumaMan

Simulab hosts a group of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program students from Cleveland High School. Seattle, WA— June 10, 2015 —Seattle-based medical simulator manufacturer, Simulab, hosted a group of twelve high school juniors from the STEM program at Seattle Public Schools for the entire week of June 8 - 12. This event was part of the Job Shadowing program, where students get the opportunity to learn firsthand about job skills and careers. In return, Simulab gets the chance to introduce talented students to the unique world of medical simulation.

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