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Clemson Nursing Clinical Learning and Research Center

Clinical Learning and Research Center

The Clemson School of Nursing Clinical Learning Research Center (CLRC) is an innovative, educational and research based center housed at both the Clemson and the Greenville sites of instruction. The CLRC has a Clinical Learning Laboratory (CLL) instructional space on the second floor in Edwards Hall on Clemson’s main campus and on the third floor in the Clemson University Nursing building located in Greenville. The CLRC also has a Learning Resource Center (LRC) in Edwards Hall.

A nurse being tested in the Clemson School of Nursing Clinical Learning Research Center

Dr. John Whitcomb I would like to welcome you to the Clemson School of Nursing Clinical Learning Research Center (CLRC). I, along with our competent faculty and staff, are here to help facilitate your learning by providing you with a safe environment to practice the nursing knowledge, skills, and attitudes you will use in clinical situations with patients, families, and communities. The CLRC provides you with the latest technology to practice nursing care delivery using models, task trainers, and mid- and high-fidelity manikins. This practice, in a realistic healthcare environment, prepares you for patient encounters and helps build self-confidence. Enjoy your time in the lab.

Sincerely,
Dr. John Whitcomb, Interim Director, CLRC

Faculty & Staff

Dr. John Whitcomb
Interim Director
 Office 
528-A Edwards Hall (Clemson)
 Address 
363 Clemson Nursing building (Greenville)
Shannon Burkhalter, RN, BSN
Clinical Lab Manager
 Office 
359 Clemson Nursing building (Greenville)
Kimberly Hill, RN, BSN
Clinical Lab Coordinator
 Office 
203 Edwards Hall (Clemson)
Department of Nursing
Department of Nursing | 508 Edwards Hall