Developed in partnership with the QSEN Institute

Mental Health and Gerontology Digital Clinical Experiences

The Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Institute has partnered with Shadow Health to infuse QSEN competencies into the Digital Clinical Experiences.

The QSEN Institute advises and lends expertise to the Shadow Health team as they build virtual patient simulations for all courses across the Graduate and Undergraduate curriculum.

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MCPHS publication

Evaluation of the use of a Virtual Patient on student confidence in performing physical assessment skills

The objective of this study was to assess student impressions about interacting with a Virtual Patient and confidence in their ability to complete a patient health history and perform physical assessment skills.

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SUNY Delhi publication

The Impact of a Cloud-Based Program on SLO's in an Online Health Assessment Course

SUNY Delhi utilized a 2013 Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (ITTG) to test the effectiveness of the use of Shadow Health, a one-of-a-kind digital clinical experience (DCE), on student learning outcomes in a health assessment course.

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Case Western publication

Using a Virtual Patient to Evaluate Advanced Assessment Skills

Communication, organization of the physical examination, and accurate documentation of findings are essential aspects of physical exam skills that need to be developed and refined by an advanced practice nursing student.

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