The Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation (RCCSS) was established in 2002 through the direction of founding members, David M. Rothenberg, MD, FCCM, and Margaret Faut-Callahan, PhD, CRNA, and a generous bequest from the estate of Mrs. Alverin M. Cornell.
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The Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation (RCCSS) has a wide range of on-site classrooms, labs and equipment to help you create an immersive, high-value learning experience that incorporates the best practices of simulation education.
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