university of the pacific

project details

sacramento, CA

academic

background

In 2016, university of the pacific launched the physician’s assistant program at its sacramento campus. audio visual design group partnered with GM engineering to bring the state-of-the-art classroom and training facilities to life.

The project consisted of a large classroom, simulation lab, simulated patient intake rooms, and conference rooms. From these spaces, teachers and students are able to simulate any clinical environment, including an ER, ambulatory care center, and a clinic.

simulationiq

AVDG installed the SIMULATIONiQ training and management platform to deliver and record clinical simulations for students in the lab. These simulations provide a realistic training environment and have been shown to result in better real-life clinical outcomes.

remote learning

The technology installed by AVDG allows for remote learning by students and vice versa for instructors to teach classes remotely from the various campuses.

crestron fusion

Crestron fusion integrates multiple devices and software into a single, easy-to-use system. Utilizing this technology, the onsite technical team is able to gather real analytics about room usage.