Responding to an Injured Worker

Respond to a call to a workplace accident and perform a patient assessment, initiate treatment, and manage a mechanical ventilator.

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Conflict Resolution

In this simulation, you will experience several conflicts and various approaches on how the conflict can be managed.

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Delirium

La patiente, 79 ans, a été hospitalisée, car elle présentait une fracture de la hanche droite. Elle a subi une intervention chirurgicale il y a deux jours. La patiente a des antécédents d’hypertension,de troubles cognitif et de myopie (elle porte des lunettes). Malgré qu’elle ait reçu un diagnostique de démence légère il y a six […]

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Emergency call to the ski resort (Primary care) 

The learner simulation scenario is that an EMS crew has been dispatched to a ski hill for a 30 y/o female injured skier with altered mental status and a head injury.

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Paramedic Scene Management

This scenario is intended for you to utilize your leadership and communication skills. The focus of this scenario is to learn how to effectively manage a scene and communicate with supervisors and members of the fire department.

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Pediatric Communication in the Field

This simulation is intended to help you develop fundamental skills and confidence when communicating with a pediatric patient. The scenario will allow you to make critical decisions about appropriate communication when interacting with a pediatric patient.

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Out-of-Hospital Breech Delivery

This simulation has been developed for intermediate-level Paramedic students to develop the competencies required to attend an out-of-hospital breech delivery. The goal of the simulation is to gain confidence in conducting assessments and obtaining an accurate obstetrical history that will guide patient management.

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Pediatric Resuscitation

Care for a pediatric patient who crashed their bike and is transported to the emergency department for further resuscitation.

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Pediatric Respiratory Distress

Pediatric patient at home in respiratory distress. Paramedics will be dispatched, arrive on the scene and transport patient to the hospital. In hospital, paramedics will give report to an RN and RT. RT will provide medication (puffer) education to patient and caregiver to support disease management.

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Youth Suicide Risk Factors

This scenario will help users recognize suicidal risk factors in those who are most vulnerable. Throughout the simulation you will be given opportunities to observe the patient environment, process how you would like to respond, identify suicidal risk factors, and reflect on what you have learned.

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Paramedic Response to Psychosis

Brief vignettes and decision-making points allow the learner to consider supportive communication and care for a patient experiencing psychosis.

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Mental Health Response in the Community

Vignettes of patient interactions allow the learner to practice supporting mental wellness while exploring the role of the community paramedic.

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Mass Casualty Scenario

This is a mass casualty scenario where a single vehicle has struck a group of cyclists on the roadway. You (the paramedic) will arrive on scene and assume the role of triage officer. You will be required to assess patients and assign them an appropriate triage category. It is recommended to use either SALT or […]

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Pediatric Sepsis (“Harper Peterson”)

In this scenario, EMS responds to a call for a critically ill infant and must stabilize the baby before transport.

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Patient with difficulty breathing

You are a Paramedic, arriving at the scene and find the patient in respiratory distress and alongside them is a support worker/translator.

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Cardiac Arrest of an Infant

You are a Paramedic, arriving at the scene at 8:10am local time. Your initial scene assessment reveals no safety concerns. You are guided to a small room with a crib against the wall. You find the mother, inconsolable, and the father performing CPR on the infant, on the floor in front of the crib.

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De-escalation of a patient diagnosed with bipolar disorder and drug and alcohol use

In this scenario, learners will care for an adult diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Type I, who is experiencing a manic episode. Learners will use therapeutic communication skills to complete assessments and practice verbal de-escalation strategies. Learners will also identify medications that may be administered to promote patient safety. The simulation will occur during a day […]

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Patient diagnosed with schizophrenia and a history of alcohol and drug addiction

In this scenario, learners will have the opportunity to assess and manage care for an adult who has schizophrenia with paranoid delusions, and is experiencing a dystonic reaction. Learners will conduct an initial and focused assessment as well as recognize abnormal findings. The simulation will occur during a day shift on an in-patient psychiatric unit.

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Complex medical calls involving multiple symptoms (Body Interact Case 793, Fatima Badiwe)

The patient was arriving at home when they suddenly started with respiratory distress.

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Complicated Childbirth

You are dispatched to a home for a female in active labour possible imminent delivery. This is a first-party caller. A second ambulance has been dispatched as pre local protocol unknown ETA due to system status.

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Responding to an active seizure

In this scenario, EMS must respond to a call for a person who is having a seizure. The patient has a history of alcohol and drug use complicating the emergency.

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Refusal of Service

You will be attending to a patient who has just been extricated out of an apartment fire. You will be responsible for assessing, treating and transporting this patient to hospital.

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EMS: Securing a Difficult Airway (VR)

The learner simulation scenario is that an EMS crew has been dispatched to an industrial site boiler room for a man with facial burns in respiratory distress. The view of the rooms will have “hotspots” in which you will be able to place your cursor over to reveal the decision options. Every scene may have […]

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COVID-19 Scenario & Guide for Hospital Preparedness

Scenario: Case designed during the January 2020 COVID-19 outbreak in order to assess and improve team preparedness for safely and effectively caring for a critically ill coronavirus patient from triage through to intubation and disposition in a community hospital. The scenario focusses on system processes more than individual skills. This case was adapted from one […]

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