Virtual Pulse includes twenty-five (25) modules under three (3) programs: COVID-19 program, Upskilling program and Undergraduate Nursing program.
COVID-19 program contains the following four (4) modules that current nurses and healthcare professionals can use to learn how to deal with a number of challenges caused by the current COVID-19 pandemic:
Each module contains an online training course plus a virtual simulation that recreates a real-life clinical situation that help develop clinical reasoning abilities required to meet patient’s health needs. Simulation in nursing education uses technology that can keep both patients and learners safe, and recreate real-life clinical situations to promote clinical reasoning, while improving improve team work, communication and patient outcomes. A learner could earn one micro-credential that has been approved by BCIT for the completion of all four (4) COVID19 modules, with one badge for each module if the learner chooses just to complete an individual module.
Below you will find an overview of our specialty nursing level cases. These cases are targeted at learners who have graduated and obtained licensure in nursing and are pursing work within the emergency department context.
Each upskilling module contains a virtual simulation case that address infection control and other COVID-19-specific education for upskilling urban and rural emergency and critical care nurses, or training current and new healthcare workers.
Below you will find an overview of our undergraduate level cases. These cases are targeted at learners pursuing their bachelor's degree in nursing from the start of the program until they prepare for licensure examinations.