From a new simulation center at the University of North Texas Health Science Center to an Alcon eye-screening event, our photojournalist at the Fort Worth Report captures the diversity of events through images of the week. If you have events or photo opportunities, contact community engagement journalist Cristian ArguetaSoto at cristian.arguetasoto@fortworthreport.org or on Twitter.

Workers paint a ceiling at the University of North Texas Health Science Center on April 13. The University of North Texas Health Science Center plans on opening their new simulation lab inside the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library on June 23 for VIP members and faculty, staff and students on June 24. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Workers paint the main corridor. Neuhoff calls this corridor “starry night.” (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
A laptop charging bar outside of exam rooms allow for students to file reports after procedures. The students will be graded on their procedures and their reports. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
A hole in the wall will have a monitor mounted to it. The monitors allow for observation or simulation; activities from inside the simulated environment can be projected to other monitors and used to host symposiums, Bill Neuhoff, the resident architect, said. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Workers move cables on April 13. The construction of the new simulation lab is spearheaded by McGough Construction. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Bill Neuhoff, the resident architect at for the simulation lab, explains the history of the space they are building the lab in. The simulation lab space was formerly where information technology workers stayed. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
The research pharmacy team at Cook Children’s comprises, from left, Danelle Morgan, Micha Koentz and Jamie Haswell. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Fort Worth resident Jamarcus Williams, 17, right, has his eye pressure checked by Community Eye Clinic volunteer Hieu Vo, left. Alcon provided free eye screenings from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. April 8. at the Main Street Arts Festival. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Senior IT Analyst Brian Berryhill adjusts a virtual reality headset for a user on April 8. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
People walk around Main Street on the festival’s second day. The Main Street Arts Festival held its festivities from April 7-10. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Alcon partnered with workers from Prevent Blindness Texas, North Texas Eye Research Institute and the Community Eye Clinic for their eye-screening event on April 8. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
Guests are given pamphlets that workers fill out as they go through eye tests on April 8. The guests can then decide whether or not they want to pursue further eye care. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)
The last station at the event is a retinal imaging machine. The machine takes photos of the back of patients’ eyes to check nerve health. (Cristian ArguetaSoto | Fort Worth Report)

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Cristian ArguetaSoto is the community engagement journalist at the Fort Worth Report. He can be reached at cristian.arguetasoto@fortworthreport.org or (817) 317-6991.

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