Simulation Practice & Skills Checklists

Challenge students to performing real-world skills in a safe, monitored environment with our simulation practice tools. These hands-on tools help strengthen their clinical competency and critical thinking abilities, all while allowing you to track their progress.

SimPractice expands your students' clinical competency.

With fully immersive, case-based simulation scenarios, SimPractice challenges students to apply their skills in a safe, yet realistic environment.

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Students can practice clinical competencies such as therapeutic communication skills through interactive dialogue, including subjective assessment, patient education, and interdisciplinary communication.

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Skills & Procedures

Simulation practice tools include a mix of psychomotor skills, assessment skills, learner-led interventions, and clinical decision-making/judgment.

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After-Action Reports

At the end of each simulation practice, a patient outcome summary provides feedback on student performance. Clear visual indicators identify where correct and incorrect actions were taken, and where there’s room for improvement. Educators can also access student performance reports to easily track student progress and identify areas for remediation.

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Elsevier's Skills Checklists are available for a variety of programs.

Provide clear, step-by-step instructions for common procedures in a digital, user-friendly format. Whether in the classroom, the skills lab, or the clinical environment, this easy-to-use online product enables consistent tracking of student performance and can be used as proof in programmatic accreditation.