Cats have nine lives,you get two.Preparing students for real life,with case studies in a virtual worldSUNY Ulster Lisa Schulte, MS RN, CGRN,Tara Zacharzuk, RN MA, Hope Windle,Sherry Chisamore, Bea Hamilton
PeerFeedback• SUNY Conference forInstructional Technologyresponse wasoverwhelmingly positive• The possibility of creating andsharing a 2nd Life Hospitalenvironment and equipmentfor all of SUNY to share• SUNY Delhi presentation• SOL Summit presentation• Advance for Nursesmagazine Article• SUNY Innovative InstructionTechnology Grant $20,000
Audience Survey Show of hands• Who is familiar with 2nd Life?• Who has an avatar in 2nd Life?• Who is teaching in 2nd Life or other virtualworlds?• Who is doing Health Education in 2nd Life?• Who is building in 2nd Life?
What kinds of technology are you usingin and outside the classroom,and in your clinical setting?LMS? Youtubes? Databases?
OurWish listof equipment• Supply cart w/ drawers that open and close• Within the cart, one would find the following items.o IV solutiono Angio cathetero Blood pressure monitoro Blood draw supplieso Suction• Movable hospital beds• Hand sanitizer on the wall• Monitor should be by each bed• Glove dispenser on the wall• Crash cart in one room• COW Computer on wheels• Privacy curtains• Oxygen suction over bed•Two trashcans: one for bio waste•(red bag). One regular.•Medication cart•IV line•IV fluid•Med Room•Clean utility•Shelves for supplies•IV fluids•Gloves•IV tubing•Dressings•IV stat kits•IV angiocatheter•Med dispenser
OBJECTIVES:Second Life provides nursing students an opportunity to:-practice in a safe environment to enhance learning-allow students to practice skills-apply critical thinking in a clinical setting outside of the hospital-network with peers and professionals-be exposed to a disaster response clinical scenario-have real time interaction with their professor and themselves- Introduce and reinforce quality improvement measuresOUTCOMES:- Students will gain confidence in critical thinking- Students will demonstrate an increased level of critical thinking- Students will be better prepared to handle a wide variety of real-life patientscenarios- Students will be able to identify various quality improvement measures-first time NCLEX pass scores will increaseCase Study: Disaster Relief
LESSON PLAN15 minutes :: Set up, Pairing, Instructor Intro60 minutes :: Do case study30 minutes :: Review with group & instructor
How do I get on board?• Contact Hope Windle firstname.lastname@example.org• Let’s set up an introductory session for your faculty/staff• Fly with us through our facilities• Share our case studies• Develop your own case studies• Train your faculty and students• Join us to develop the next IITG grant !
Now is the time to join usin thevirtual medical facilityon the Oneonta Island, next to the SLN islandMake YOUR case studies come to lifeJoin us !Contact us!Hope Windle email@example.com 845-687-5295Lisa Schulte firstname.lastname@example.orgWe will be at CIT this year !