Tina Jones is a 28-year-old woman who works as a shift supervisor at a local copy and print shop, enjoys watching documentaries, and is active in her community. Though a Digital Standardized Patient™, Tina breathes, speaks, and has a rich medical and psychosocial history with which students can interact. Ms. Jones, or Tina as she prefers to be called, has come to receive treatment for an infected foot wound; but, as with many patients, there is more to discover.
Concept labs are immersive tutorials that illustrate complex nursing subjects. Concept labs include examples of real body sounds and realistic, 3D anatomical body models to compare and contrast normal and abnormal findings. The interactive interface of these concept labs can be used to explore body systems at an in-depth level. These experiences make classroom concepts come to life.
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Shadow Health® provides faculty and students with immediate data to assess individual performance after each interaction with a Digital Standardized Patient. Faculty are also presented with an overview of class-wide performance metrics that can be used to highlight areas of strength as well as those which need improvement. Students are provided with immediate feedback to begin self-remediation and with opportunities for self-reflection. The combination of at-a-glance summary data as well as more extensive transcript data provides both faculty and students with an opportunity to restore the 1-to-1 faculty to student ratio.