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The Basic Emergency Airway Management (BEAM) scenario set contains six scenarios developed for use with the HCSSC online course of the same name. The BEAM course and scenarios allow participants to practice and test to competency in basic airway management.
The Vital Signs Assessment for Nursing scenarios are designed not only for guiding students in obtaining accurate vital signs, but also in determining the appropriate “next steps” based on patient information and findings.
The Endocrine Competency Based Nursing set contains five scenarios designed to provide formative or summative assessments for the senior nursing student or new graduate registered nurse. The scenarios demonstrate the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes (KSA) appropriate for safe nursing practice and higher-level clinical judgments in the care of patients with endocrine disorders.
The Practical ACLS Training set contains 13 scenarios for use during the training component of the AHA 2010 ACLS course.
Intravenous Therapy set consists of a total of ten scenarios based on 5 cases designed to provide formative and summative assessment with structured feedback for participants in performing intravenous therapy. There are two scenarios for each of the cases that have identical programming except that one has voices and the other does not.
The Practical ACLS for SimPad set contains 15 training scenarios and 6 megacode testing scenarios for use with the 2010 AHA ACLS course.
The Routes of Medication Administration Part 2 set contains ten scenarios designed to provide participants with deliberate practice and specific graded feedback while performing medication administration via various routes.
The Urinary Catheterization set of scenarios is designed to provide formative or summative assessment and structured feedback for participants inserting urinary catheters in female and male patients.
The Medication Administration Set A contains 16 scenarios designed to provide participants with deliberate practice and specific feedback while performing patient medication administration.
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