Re-Imagine Health Care Education
To promote relationship-building, trust and teamwork among all members of the health care team.
In our busy health care system, nurses are catalysts in care coordination, being responsible for organizing interdisciplinary teams to effectively meet patient needs. Patients are often vulnerable and stressed, while nurses often suffer from burnout. Developing better soft skills leads to many benefits, including improved workplace morale, increased collaboration, higher productivity, reduced employee turnover, less burnout, and exceptional patient experiences.
Our guiding principles
Communication: Medical errors, especially those caused by a failure to communicate, or faulty communication, are a pervasive problem in today’s health care organizations. We provide educational experiences to promote efficient and coordinated communication as a core component of the health care workforce.
Emotional Resilience and Empathy: Research shows that a patient’s emotional state during illness requires special handling by nurses. We help nurses to be able to demonstrate both empathy and emotional resilience, so that they can thoroughly understand the patient, as well as to respond and cope successfully in stressful situations.
Critical Thinking: Regardless of educational level, nurses who employ critical thinking skills are able to provide better quality services and solve clinical problems thereby improving patient outcomes and fostering good relations with colleagues.
Nurse Retention: Due to continuous exposure to stressful situations, nurses rank very high in experiencing burnout. Our resources give nurses the needed cognitive and psychological skills to better manage difficult situations, and to support them to successfully recover from burnout.
Interdisciplinary Care Coordination: Nurses understand that the care team has grown beyond just the nurse/patient or physician/patient relationship. Anyone who has an impact on how patients manage their care—family members, pharmacists, nutritionists, community resources—should be engaged in the patient's care. We encourage and promote effective care collaboration, starting with nurses.
Our research-based approach to medical education infuses context-based, Domain-Specific Learning Activities with a rich feature set of digital interactivity, resulting in holistic collections of resources that target specific academic learning objectives, while simultaneously developing core competencies in soft skills.
- Contact hours
- NCLEX prep
- Interactive videos
- Core content lessons
- Animated case-studies
- Virtual clinical fulfillment
- Social-emotional learning & mentorship
- Game-based virtual simulations
- Algorithm for a personalized learner experience