Immediate Feedback Gives Students More of What They Need to Succeed

Immediate Feedback Gives Students More of What They Need to Succeed

Online simulations are becoming part of nursing curriculum, enabled by the confluence of communications technology, shifting teaching philosophies and proof-of-concept. We’ve identified some key reasons why online simulations are effective.

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August 10, 2018

Three Options for Integrating Virtual Learning into Nursing Education Curricula

Three Options for Integrating Virtual Learning into Nursing Education Curricula

Thinking about bringing virtual online experiences into your curricula? Here are three options to consider.

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August 10, 2018

From a Vision to Reality: The Story of Sentinel City<sup>®</sup>

From a Vision to Reality: The Story of Sentinel City®

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.

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November 01, 2017

The History of Nursing Education in the U.S.

The History of Nursing Education in the U.S.

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.

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December 08, 2016

Behind the Scenes: Virtual Intelligent Agent for American Sentinel

Behind the Scenes: Virtual Intelligent Agent for American Sentinel

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.

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November 28, 2016

Responses to Objections on Teaching With Virtual Simulation

Responses to Objections on Teaching With Virtual Simulation

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

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November 11, 2016