Scenarios are where all of the elements of your Health Scholars account come together to allow you to run simulations. Because Health Scholars is an open platform, Scenarios can be shared with all Health Scholars users regardless of organization. You have the ability to make your scenarios private if you wish, but keep in mind making your scenarios public doesn't mean other clients can alter them, they only have the ability to view and replicate them. In addition, you also have the ability to access other client scenarios within Health Scholars for use in your own organization as well.
To begin creating a scenario, you'll need to have all of the following items entered into the system first:
There is a section in the help guide called Getting Started where we go through how to set up each of these if you haven't done so already.
Scenarios have specific sections where information will be input.
Progression & Equipment
This will typically be a summary tab for your scenarios. In this section you'll find options for adding the following items:
- Case Progression
- Learning Objectives
- Critical Actions
- List of Equipment
In addition to these standard fields found in Progression and Equipment, you have the ability to add custom fields as well.
You can add all labs into this section, this information will be available to project into the simulation room for learners during the simulation. Additional sections for labs can be added as well
Charts & Media
You can add all of our charts and media for your scenarios in this section. Remember, media has to be uploaded into the Health Scholars library before you can add it to a scenario.
This form is where your instructors will assess each learner. This assessment form may be edited to create whatever type of assessment you'd prefer.
This feedback form will go to your learners and may be used to have the learners give feedback on the instructor as well as the scenario itself.
Didactic information for the current scenario.
This section will allow you to mark equipment that will be in use during the scenario, as well as other details such as Number of Rooms required, Personnel, and the amount of time taken for various aspects of the scenario.