DxR Nursing SELECT
Simulations to Enhance Learning and Evaluate Critical Thinking
Challenge your students to develop the critical-thinking skills essential to the nursing profession, with rich, realistic virtual patient case studies!
Practice helps students develop strong critical-thinking skills
DxR Nursing SELECT allows students to reason through the virtual patient problem, practice making sound clinical judgments, and prioritize patient needs. 15 Interactive case studies guide students through the steps of the nursing process to plan effective patient care.
What’s in it for faculty?
15 Interactive scenarios based on real patient data, covering health issues across the lifespan; Tasks align with key clinical reasoning skills nurses apply every day in patient care.
- Automatic scoring: No need to manually grade student work; automatic score reports provide immediate guidance to help debrief students following an assignment.
- Insight: Scoring data paint a clear picture of your students’ strengths and weaknesses in identifying relevant patient data and developing strategies to meet the patient’s most pressing needs.
- Repeatable: Deliver the same virtual patient experience to all students in class or on their own time.
- Safe: Students practice making high-level clinical judgments in a safe environment.
- Easy to use: Minimal instructor set-up and delivery.
- Flexible: Use for additional practice, make-up for missed clinical time, or as a critical-thinking exercise in the classroom.
I have used DxR SELECT for several years now. I find it particularly helpful when teaching students the nursing process and problem-solving. It’s an important tool in helping students analyze data, develop a nursing diagnosis, select safe and appropriate interventions, and evaluate the outcomes of their interventions.
Thomas M. Bass, MSN RN, Simulation Coordinator,
Paris Junior College
DxR Nursing SELECT
*Nursing Diagnoses: Definitions & Classifications 2018-2020 © NANDA International, 2017 used by arrangement with Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc. a division of the Thieme Group. All rights reserved. Authorized translation from the English language edition published by Thieme Medical Publishers Inc., No part of this material may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the agent of the copyright holder, NANDA-International. Direct inquiries to email@example.com.
**Clinical Care Classification (CCC) System Version 2.5 (TX 6-100-481), Copyright 2012 Virginia K. Saba, EdD, RN, FAAN, FACMI, LL. English and Chinese versions, used with permission by the copyright holder.