Clinical Learning Resource Center
The Clinical Learning Resource Center (CLRC) trains and educates students to address the shortage of nurses and physicians alongside the needs of the health workforce throughout Texas.
Inside the CLRC, students refine their fundamental and clinical skills in a controlled, simulated health care environment. Highly specialized instructional technology is utilized, including computer-programmed full-body manikins with the capacity to realistically simulate a range of physiological states and responses. Additionally, our standardized patient program allows future health care professionals to work with individuals who portray patients from infancy through retirement.
The CLRC also functions as a place where area hospitals and clinic groups can learn and practice new techniques.
The CLRC serves:
- College of Medicine
- College of Nursing
- Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy
- School of Public Health
- Other health professionals associated with the Texas A&M Health Science Center