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On Tuesday, 21 students in the BSC program to become registered nurses did the simulations with Pitcher's Spanish students. Two nursing students were paired with two Spanish students — one as a patient and another as a translator. Pitcher and nursing faculty members stood on the other side of a two-way mirror and watched. They used iPads to listen and communicate with the students in the other room. "Hello, my name is Dara and this is Erin," nursing student Dara Friedrich told the patient, introducing her fellow nursing student, Erin Wetzel. Allison Gion, a sophomore at BSC, translated the sentence into Spanish for the patient, Haley Phelps, who is also a sophomore at the college. The simulation continued, and Friedrich asked her patient questions about the symptoms she'd been having and how long she'd been having them. After translating, she learned that the patient is allergic to cats and had not taken her allergy medicine. "Is there someone I can call for you?" Freidrich asked. “Excellent questions,” Anna Anderson, a nursing faculty member said from behind the two-way mirror.
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