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Prioritization of Care® – Postpartum / Newborn Specialty

Postpartum / Newborn Specialty Virtual Clinical

Part of the Prioritization of Care® Specialty Series, this virtual clinical presents the learner with a variety of postpartum and newborn patients. Mothers and babies who are experiencing an illness or injury that is life-threatening should receive inpatient care in an OB unit. These patients require further testing, immediate intervention, and close monitoring. Mothers and babies who are not experiencing an illness or injury that is life-threatening but require follow-up within the next day or two should continue care in the outpatient women’s health clinic. The learner must use clinical judgment skills to decide if their care should be managed in the OB unit or women’s health clinic. Then the learners prioritize the order in which the five patients should receive care and implement individualized nursing interventions. This virtual clinical fosters critical thinking and builds confidence for students and practicing nurses in a clinical setting.

This clinical comes with inpatient or outpatient setting options and includes a variety of patient conditions such as neonatal infection, post-partum hemorrhage, postmaturity syndrome, mastitis, adolescent mother, hyperbilirubinemia / circumcision and warfarin therapy.

Product Highlights for: Prioritization of Care® – Postpartum / Newborn Specialty

  • Applies to pre and post-licensure nursing courses and clinical training programs
  • Realistic scenarios of complex clients requiring prioritization of appropriate interventions
  • Remediation provided immediately for each decision
  • Access to Dashboard metrics and activity reports
  • Detailed faculty and training guides complete with Quick Start Guide, Troubleshooting, Teaching Suggestions, FAQs, and content for each level
  • 10 patients in this specialty area

Prioritization of Care® Specialty Series –aligns with NCLEX, QSEN Competencies and AACN BSN Essentials: 

  • NCLEX: Delegation and Management of Care
  • QSEN Competencies: Patient Centered Care – Integrates understanding of multiple dimensions of patient centered care: patient/family/community preferences, values coordination and integration of care information, communication, and education.
  • AACN BSN Essentials: Essential IX: Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice

Learners can earn 2 simulated clinical hours