Nursing Equipment

Launched By: 

Dr. Kristen Jones-Bonofiglio

$780.00 raised of $8,000.00 goal

Runs from: 

Friday, October 27, 2023 to Wednesday, April 30, 2025

Amidst the growing demand for skilled healthcare professionals, our School of Nursing is dedicated to preparing the next generation of compassionate and competent nurses. To achieve this, we urgently require your support in equipping our students with the latest technology and simulation tools.

Our students strive to provide exceptional care in the face of real-world challenges, and with your generous donations, we aim to provide them with the best learning experiences possible. Your contributions will directly fund the acquisition of essential equipment to enhance our students’ specialized training, including advanced skills needed to care for obstetrical and pediatric patient populations.


  • Fundus Task Trainer, to simulate and enable hands-on practice of assessing postpartum patients, allowing nursing students to refine their skills in monitoring and caring for postpartum mothers.
  • Cervical Dilation Simulator, to provide hands-on training for students to practice assessing and understanding the stages of labour, enhancing their skills in monitoring and assisting patients during childbirth.
  • Breastfeeding Simulator, to practice and refine their skills in assisting patients with breastfeeding techniques, addressing latch issues, and providing optimal support for successful breastfeeding outcomes.
  • Fetal Monitor, to simulate and monitor fetal heart rate and uterine contractions, providing students with hands-on training to enhance their skills in assessing and interpreting fetal well-being during labour and delivery.
  • Pediatric Stethoscope, to train students in accurately auscultating and assessing the heart and lungs of pediatric patients, refining their skills for comprehensive pediatric care.


Your support will not only bridge the gap between theory and practice but will also empower our students to become confident, highly skilled caregivers who can make a tangible difference in their future nursing careers. By donating, you are enhancing our efforts to continue developing our Nursing Specialties Lab, where students have well-rounded simulation experiences with specialty patient populations. Together, let's ensure our students have the necessary tools to excel and provide exceptional healthcare to our communities.


Henry and E. Barbara Tebinka