Effective Leadership – Leading healthcare teams in context (shift report, SBAR, documentation)

You are the nurse in the department of medicine at the Hospital Center in your region. It is 10:20 am, the emergency will transfer an 83-year-old lady, Mrs Aurore Morin,  who will be followed by Dr. Annie Castonguay (geriatrician) for investigation into the loss of autonomy and possible recent cognitive impairment.  Her daughter accompanies her.

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Phlebotomy (VR)

The patient consulted their attending physician after experiencing an episode of fatigue, and then required blood tests. You have just begun your shift at the blood sample laboratory and the patient comes to see you for a venipuncture.

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Medical Assistance in Dying: The Hours Leading up to the Procedure

This simulation will be examining the hours leading up to a Medical Assistance in Dying procedure within an acute care setting. Within the scenario, you will be playing the role of the nurse (Julie) and working with your patient Anna, and her family.

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Geriatric Suicide Awareness

This simulation will be examining geriatric suicide awareness and assessment. Within the scenario, you will be playing the role of the nurse (Jack) and working with your patient Wei Ing.

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Team Collaboration and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Identify a patient requiring basic life support, perform high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and collaborate with the health care team.

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Culturally Competent Care to a Patient with Post Operative Bleeding

Identify the changing health condition of a patient who has undergone a nephrectomy and provide appropriate care.

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Interventional radiology Portacath Insertion (VR)

Interventional radiology: a port insertion for chemotherapy treatment

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Pediatrics Physical Assessment

Nicole Harper (32 years old) has brought their five-year-old, Summer, to for a pre-op assessment at the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) clinic at the Children’s Hospital

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COPD Incorporating High Flow and Palliation

A two-part scenario, designed for an interprofessional group of clinical externs, this was made to meet two of the learning goals they had requested: high flow and palliation. Patient is sick and while initially responding to treatment, a time warp in the scenario allowed us to also fit in palliation in the same education session.

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STEMI protocol

Patient presenting with chest pain and ST elevation. Following our hospital’s protocol to sent the patient to a catheterization lab at a different facility.

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Troubles cardiaques

Dans cette simulation, vous devrez évaluer et intervenir adéquatement auprès d’un patient présentant un trouble cardiaque.

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Prenatal Complications: Recognition and Management of Pre-Eclampsia

Help to guide a new graduate nurse through the nursing assessment and management of a client experiencing prenatal complications.

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Care of a Post-Operative Patient with an Epidural Pain Management System

Rolando Perigrino is a 65-year-old male with a recent diagnosis of bladder cancer. He presents with reports of blood tinged urine.

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Severe Sepsis: Resuscitation, Emergencies, Critical Care

Recognize and manage a client experiencing post-operative complications and potential severe sepsis at a small, rural hospital.

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Working with the 2SLGBTQI+ Community: Health Assessment and Conversations

Perform a health assessment on an individual who identifies as transgender and recognize the importance of promoting safe communication.ShareStart

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Venipuncture (VR)

The patient consulted their attending physician after experiencing an episode of fatigue and then required blood tests. You have just begun your shift at the blood sample laboratory and the patient comes to see you for a venipuncture.

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Evaluation for the Administration of Medication (VR)

Mrs. Claudine Jones, 50 years old, is presently at the oncology unit for post-operative care. She has just undergone a modified radical mastectomy on her left breast with ganglion resection. She has been in the recovery room for 45 minutes. According to the attending nurse’s report, the surgery went as planned and without complications, and […]

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Patient with Pulmonary Embolism (VR)

Following a fall on the ice, Ms. Robert goes to the emergency room where, after certain tests, she is diagnosed with a hip fracture. After preoperative preparation, the patient leaves for the operating room. Back in her room after her total hip replacement surgery, the patient refuses to move and develops leg pain after a […]

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Nursing Assessment: Schizophrenia

A 20 year old male (pronouns he/him) meeting with the community mental health nurse during an initial online appointment. With his consent, his mother initiated this meeting to discuss what resources are available to support her son in the community. You are the mental health nurse and need to conduct the assessment.

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Post Operative Assessment

A 10-year-old girl is at the school playground with her friends. She suddenly becomes short of breath. She has recently immigrated to Canada from Hungary with her parents.

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Respiratory Distress and Oxygen Titration (Body Interact Case 783, Mohamad Saad)

62-year-old male who is admitted to emergency experiencing SOB and increasing crackles on auscultation, and is also a smoker. He wears glasses and has a hearing aid but refuses to use it. He speaks Arabic and limited English but his son is willing to translate and also says that his dad does not want hospital […]

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Sepsis in an Older Adult (Body Interact Case 794)

You are a member of an interprofessional team working in an Emergency Department. You have been assigned to meet,a 70-year-old adult with dementia, who has been transferred from a Long-Term Care Residence in response to changes in their physical and mental status.

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Septicémie chez une personne âgée (Cas 794 de Body Interact)

Vous êtes membre d’une équipe interprofessionnelle travaillant dans un service d’urgence. Vous avez été chargé de rencontrer un adulte de 70 ans atteint de démence, qui a été transféré d’un établissement de soins de longue durée en raison de changements dans son état physique et mental.

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Pediatric Respiratory Distress

You are enacting the role of a nurse at a Children’s Hospital Emergency Department. the patient is a 4-month-old born at term with no complications. The patient is up to date with all immunizations. The patient’s mom reports an increased respiratory rate, wet sounding cough, runny nose, and decreased oral intake over the last 3 […]

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