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Telehealth: Pediatrics

Pediatrics Virtual Clinical Overview

Our Pediatrics virtual clinical within the Telehealth Series allows learners to complete three case studies, each with one patient. The patients range from a 4-year-old with bacterial pneumonia to an 11-year-old with a rapid heartbeat, headache, ADHD and allergic rhinitis. Learners will practice necessary clinical judgment and communication skills to assess, monitor, and evaluate the care of these young patients remotely. Within this virtual clinical, learners will interpret alerts to provide long-distance clinical care and professional health education using electronic data and telecommunications technology.

Product Highlights for: Telehealth: Pediatrics

  • The in-depth dialogue, immersive telehealth visits and remote patient monitoring make this product stand out
  • Added bonuses: Faculty guide and immediate feedback with rationales for correct and incorrect answers
  • Each of the three cases begins with a prebrief that addresses the competencies related to telehealth, such as nursing scope of practice and professional licensure requirements
  • As the learner reviews patient data, he or she will have 10 devices to choose from to assess and monitor each patient
  • The learner will practice the steps of implementing and conducting a virtual visit
  • Each scenario ends with final feedback that emphasizes how the nurse was able to provide optimal care for the patient with specific telehealth services
  • Three case studies (different patients) are included in this product

The Telehealth: Pediatrics virtual clinical aligns with NCLEX categories, QSEN Competencies, and AACN BSN, MSN, and DNP Essentials: 

  • NCLEX: Safe and Effective Care Environment: Management of Care, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Psychosocial Integrity, and Physiological Integrity: Reduction of Risk Potential
  • QSEN Competencies: Patient Centered Care and Informatics
  • AACN BSN Essentials:
    • Essential IV: Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology
    • Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health
  • AACN MSN Essentials:
    • Essential V: Informatics and Healthcare Technologies
    • Essential VIII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving Health
    • Essential IX: Master’s Level Nursing Practice
  • AACN DNP Essentials:
    • Essential IV: Information Systems/Technology and Patient Care Technology for the Improvement and Transformation of Health Care
    • Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving the Nation’s Health

Learners can earn 3-5 simulated clinical hours