As a winner of the 2017 WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award, Healthcare Learning Innovations was provided the option to submit an article about our product. We jumped at the opportunity to tell our story. To share how Healthcare Learning Innovations came to be, and more importantly, what sparked the idea for Sentinel City®. How did
The practice of nursing has overcome many challenges on its path to becoming a respected profession. A field dominated by women, nurses often found themselves bound by traditional gender roles and seen as inexpensive healthcare workers. Over the years, a profound change in society, technological advances and the healthcare environment has transformed the field of
WCET recently published an article explaining the story of how Healthcare Learning Innovations (then functioning as American Sentinel University) conceptualized and developed their first Virtual Intelligent Agent. From the business needs that transpired the idea, to the introduction and implementation of the final product. Read an excerpt from the story, below. In the spring semester of
Simulation as a teaching methodology prepares nurses and other medical professionals for practice in today’s complex healthcare environment. By creating a rich setting that poses no risk to patients, virtual simulation helps nursing students integrate theory with practice while making real-time clinical decisions in a safe environment. While there are many benefits, teaching with virtual
With a proven history of efficiency and efficacy towards learners, educational simulation has become an integral component of preparing healthcare professionals to work with patients. Designed for students and faculty, simulation provides a safe, secure and consistent experience with each interaction. Keep reading to see why educational simulation is better than reality for achieving healthcare
Simulation first became popular during the 1930s when flight simulators taught new pilots how to fly by responding to pilot controls and providing accurate instrument readings. During World War II, almost every battling nation used flight simulators to train combatant pilots. Beyond flight and military applications, other complex and high-risk industries, like nuclear power production
Healthcare Learning Innovations provides a comprehensive digital portfolio of interactive courses, simulation technologies, learning products and services for healthcare professionals and educators. In addition to our publicly available content and digital solutions, we create private innovative learning solutions that match client resources.
We are powered by experts in online, healthcare-focused education with more than 10 years of experience. We combine our extensive program development experience with industry research, providing immersive learning for healthcare professionals.