Nurse's Escape Sepsis

Author(s): Sue Schuelke PhD RN NPD-BC CNE CCRN-K, Janet Nieveen PhD RN, Libby Mollard PhD WHNP CNM, and Tess McKinney AAS

CERP A 0.25

Expires Jun 30, 2024

Topics: Education, Sepsis

Population: Adult

Role: Staff

This activity will NOT be recognized for ANCC and CA BRN accredited contact hours.

This activity will be recognized for Synergy CERPs hours for the education presented.

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Activity Summary

Nurse's Escape is a Immersive Virtual Reality game that simulates an escape room based on the components of the Sepsis Bundle. A recluse millionaire presents with abnormal vital signs and it is up to you, the nurse to identify the problem and treat appropriately.  Participants must be able to problem solve and be knowledgeable of current nursing care. The purpose is to supplement nurse's lecture-style curriculum with an interactive way to test nurse’s Sepsis knowledge. Sepsis is one of the leading causes of deaths and hospitalizations yearly, so equipping nurses with the right skills and information to treat sepsis in a timely manner can save lives and money. Help treat the millionaire's illness before time runs out! This IVR game can be downloaded and played on an Oculus or Oculus II.  Go to https://sidequestvr.com/app/3848/nurses-escape  Search words include Nurse, Escape, Sepsis

Objectives

  • Identify clinical information that may indicate sepsis.
  • Solve puzzles dependent on knowing the components of the Sepsis Bundle.

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