Prioritization of Care® Specialty Series
Practice Patient Prioritization with Specialty Care Series Simulations
Ten Virtual Clinicals Focused on High Level Skills
In this safe, protected environment, learners practice vital tangible and intangible clinical judgment and decision-making skills that identify and prioritize patient care to select appropriate interventions. The learner selects appropriate interventions for ten patients within each module.
Learners record vital signs, interview patients and chart the observations and rationale in SBAR format. Each module in the series provides immediate remediation and conveys total correct responses to help students build decision-making confidence by working through progressively more difficult patient assessment and prioritization assignments. Students then prioritize patients for treatment and select and prioritize the interventions for each patient.
- Assessment: reviewing vitals and patient history, utilizing SBAR format chart observations, and deciding on level of care and appropriate department.
- Prioritization: developing the rationale and reasoning for the prioritization for groups of five patients.
- Intervention: leveraging EMR (electronic medical record) and additional patient information to prioritize six interventions.
Includes faculty guide, feedback and rationales, and a dashboard with evaluative report, as well as a learner dashboard.
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The Sentinel U® Prioritization of Care® Specialty Series simulations can prepare your learners to apply the NCSBN Clinical Judgement Measurement Model to improve critical thinking. Download our new infographic and see how this virtual simulation aligns with NCJMM.
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Effective Clinical Activities:
- Reviewing patient data to identify the priority needs.
- Assigning patients into the appropriate levels of care.
- Validating patient prioritization with rationale.
- Interpreting the assessment findings in the EHR
- Completing documentation using SBAR format
- Developing decision making skills to categorize patients into the appropriate levels of care
- Applying clinical judgement to prioritize the order to treat patients
- Selecting appropriate nursing interventions to manage the plan of care
- Creating rationales for actions based on evidence-based practice standards
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