SimChart for Maternal-Child Nursing(Access Card), 1st Edition
Simulations - SimChart - Access Card
SimChart® for Maternal-Child Nursing is a web-based, simulated electronic health record (EHR) system designed specifically as a learning tool for Maternal-Child Nursing students. It combines practical, real-world experience in electronic documentation with powerful, fully integrated educator support to help you incorporate EHR practice into your Sherpath for Maternal-Child Nursing course — from the classroom, to the clinical learning environment.
- Realistic assignments give you valuable, hands-on practice documenting, monitoring, and analyzing patient care in an interactive and controlled learning environment.
- Blank Charting active learning tool enables you to practice your HIPAA-compliant patient documentation skills and gain experience in tracking vital signs, completing admission histories, assessments, and more.
- Pre-Clinical Manager prepares you for clinical rotations by allowing you to research and document diagnoses, medications, and diagnostic tests prior to seeing clinical patients.
- Pre-built unfolding case studies challenge you to document care, make clinical judgments, and respond to charting in the EHR according to an unfolding clinical story.
- Ability to create and chart patients provides you with endless options to practice key skills, such as taking vital signs.
- Intuitive functionality makes it easy to learn and use all of SimChart’s capabilities in a variety of settings, including the classroom and clinicals.
- Assignments written and reviewed by healthcare educators and clinicians map directly to the Maternal-Child Nursing curriculum.
- NEW! Sherpath integration allows for easy incorporation into any Sherpath for Maternal-Child Nursing course, with charting case studies and quizzes that align with your Sherpath learning materials.
- NEW! 20 case studies provide a basic introduction to EHRs to help you practice clinical judgment, develop key skills, and increase your confidence in using an EHR in the clinical setting.