iEXCEL Digital Pulse
October 2021 | Volume 7 Issue 10

Global leadership in improving human performance & effectiveness in healthcare
High School Alliance students explore medical careers through experiential learning with iEXCEL. During their visit to the Davis Global Center, participants learned about phlebotomy and obstetrics through hands-on activities.
October Highlights
iEXCEL in the News
Content created by the iEXCEL visualization team will be featured on a Nebraska Health Department public service announcement highlighting the importance of COVID-19 vaccination with Dr. Jasmine Marcelin and Dr. Andrea Jones from UNMC. Keep an eye out for this story in the news!
Spooky Simulation
Department of Emergency Medicine residents practice team building in new and creative ways. Led by Dr. Jason Langenfeld, residents practiced life-saving skills while overcoming costume-themed communication obstacles.
Surgical Precision
Department of Neurosurgery residents conduct labs to practice sacroiliac joint fusion procedures. By simulating this minimally invasive procedure, residents aim to improve patient pain management skills and reduce recovery time.
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Please reach out to us directly with questions about how to access the Davis Global Center for training purposes and receive support from iEXCEL in creating simulation and visualization scenarios.

We look forward to working with you!

Sincere Regards,

Pam Boyers, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor, iEXCEL
4111 Emile Street
Omaha, NE 68105
402-559-2442 (phone)