Virtual Clinical Scenarios for new employee onboarding, nurse residency programs, healthcare management, leadership, and more.


Healthcare Learning Innovations, a division of American Sentinel University, offers unique gamified training tools for nurse education, professional development, and HR leaders looking for engaging ways to train and develop their healthcare workforce - from new nurses to experienced healthcare professionals preparing for management roles.

Practice critical thinking and realistic leadership skills in a virtual setting:

  • Patient Management and Delegation®  Learners act as a ‘Charge Nurse’, make critical choices and take on high levels of responsibility, while learning to plan, coordinate and evaluate nursing resources

  • Prioritization of Care® (ED Based) – Learners prioritize needs, sort patients into different levels of care for treatment and provide rationale for their decisions

  • Prioritization of Care 2® (Clinic Based) – This product features all the benefits of Prioritization of Care – with new, in-demand skill categories, settings and achievement badges

  • Family Support and Home Assessment with Care Plan – Learners interview a single mother and virtually “walk” through the family’s home to identify potential environmental, health and safety hazards, while practicing psychological assessment and charting techniques 

  • Nursing Quality Indicators (NEW) – Learners examine and predict the organizational impact of clinical judgments, nursing decisions, communication and actions while caring for 10 unique patients across five levels. 

Highlights:

  • Leadership and HR gain first-hand perspective on employee performance  For example, percentage of correct answers, number of attempts to advance, number of hours spent in virtual environment, completion report for various levels and rationales provided.
  • Self-paced activities  Learners can take their time, focus and really absorb key information and experiences.
  • Auto grading component  Key feature that saves management time.
  • Remediation  Learners must provide rationale for their decisions. Remediation is provided for wrong answers.
  • Less theory – more clinical and critical thinking practical experiences.