Patient Care Scenario Training
From Nursing Anne to Nursing Baby, our patient care range offers the Nurse Educator a versatile training solution to deliver multiple learning objectives compatible to curricula requirements, while introducing students to early simulation training techniques for the practice of safer patient care. Newly acquired skills can be placed in a ‘real-life’ context to prepare students for clinical placement and more advanced simulation exercises as they progress through their training.
“Progressively challenging scenarios throughout the three year course provide a good link between knowledge and practice.”
Birmingham City University
Designed for scenario-based training for the care and management of a wide variety of in-hospital patients. Nursing Anne is an efficient, effective, flexible manikin for clinical training in women’s health, obstetrics, post-partum, wound assessment and care, and general patient assessment and care.
A full-body adult male manikin, training with Nursing Kelly allows for a number of in-hospital patient care scenarios including blood pressure measurement, sounds auscultation, wound care assessment and management.
Representing a six-year-old child, Nursing Kid has been designed for skills and scenario-based training in the care and management of a variety of paediatric in-hospital patients.Nursing Kid facilitates sounds auscultation, IV cannulation, urinary catheterization and general paediatric patient care.
Designed for scenario-based training for the care and management of a variety of infant in-hospital patients. Training includes sounds auscultation, IV and IO skills, fontanelle assessment, urinary catheterization and general paediatric patient care.