Our school got a huge grant a couple of years ago for a simulation lab. Sim Man/Woman, Sim Pregnant lady, Sim Child, Sim Baby. Central monitoring station for the profs where they can watch you interact or perform your simulation experience through video monitors in the rooms. Profs can control the sim persons voice, pulse, breathing, resp sounds, etc. I didn't get to use it much, but the new students use it for everything. Our year practiced medical emergencies on them. Congestive heart failure, MI, hypovolemic shock, codes, etc. It was good for the experience. Especially because we could watch the video recordings afterward and critique ourselves, and the time it took to do things. And it was nice not to have a prof in the room staring over your shoulder. Plus, the manniquin could respond to your questions, and their status actually changed as you performed (or didn't perform) certain interventions.