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Statements related to code simulation

Jane Doe completed CPR simulation.

Jane Doe demonstrated competency “perform chest compressions” to level 3, mastery.

Sally Preceptor completed CPR simulation checklist.

Jane Doe demonstrated competency “assessed circulation” to level 3, mastery.

Jane Doe completed CPR virtual patient.

Jane Doe demonstrated competency “Select appropriate medication” to level 3, mastery.

Jane Doe interviewed a patient under direct supervision within the course "taking history" on Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM EST.

Sally Preceptor and James Observer observed Jane Doe's patient interview on Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM EST.

Sally Preceptor videotaped Jane Doe's interview of a patient on Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM EST.

Sally Preceptor rated Jane Doe on the competency interviewing a patient with a score of 4 using the Patient Interview performance framework.

Percy Shelley visited node A in Virtual patient Jerry Heartattack.

Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack triggered alert 123, unsafe drop in blood pressure.

Percy Shelley scored 80 on Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack in the domain airway management.

Percy Shelley received feedback 234 "You did not manage the patient's blood pressure" in activity Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack.

Percy Shelley is a member of ER team A .

Jane Doe performed pulse assessment.

Jane Doe communicated pulse to ER team A.

Percy Shelley ignored alert 123 "patient has a drug allergy." We'll continue to discuss ignoring/nonaction.

Jane Doe ignored reperfusion arrhythmia in virtual patient Jerry Heartattack. (This is a good thing if Jerry is hemodynamically stable)

Jane Doe contributed to discussion about whether to stop resuscitation in virtual patient Jerry Heartattack.

 Statements related to XIG-010 (not already covered)

Percy Shelley started Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack using instructional system Open Labyrinth 3 hosted by Plains State University.

Percy Shelley chose answer "acute myocardial infarction" to question XZY in Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack.

Percy Shelley scored 85% on Myocardial Infarction VP assessment at site Nonesuch Medical Center.

Percy Shelley passed Myocardial Infarction VP assessment.

Percy Shelley suspended Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack.

Percy Shelley terminated Virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack.

Percy Shelley resumed virtual Patient Jerry Heartattack.

Statements related to XIG-020 (not already covered)

Team ABC completed Code simulation.

(statements would be similar to those for XIF-010 with the exception that the agent is the team, not the individual, although a combination of both is likely. Teams may be constructed ad hoc using XAPI statements or teams may be predefined.) 

Statements related to XIG-030 (not already covered)

CPR simulator recorded pulse rate of 130.

Sally Preceptor recorded audio feedback jdfeedback.mp4 on Jane Doe's CPR performance Jan 15, 2015 at 8:08 AM.

Sally Preceptor provided written feedback jdfeedback.txt on Jane Doe's CPR performance Jan 15, 2015 at 8:10:35 AM.

Statement related to XIG-050 (not already covered)

Jane Doe self-assesses her performance on the competency "taking a patient history,"

Sally Preceptor signed off on Jane Doe's competence in taking a patient history (do we need a sign off verb, or is this just a special performance framework?)

General question: we need to distinguish "in a clinical environment" from "in a simulated environment." Do we need to be more granular about the nature of the simulation, or could that be handled by joining or referencing metadata? ie, Metadata may distinguish whether the activity uses a Simulated patient, Virtual patient, or manikin, 

 

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