Virtual Simulation: Communicating with the Patient in Crisis Please do the following

Virtual Simulation: Communicating with the Patient in Crisis Please do the following simulation
Communicating with colleagues
This week’s discussion includes watching a short video about a nursing situation developed by Montgomery College at
After viewing the video using the following mnemonic to address the nursing situation:
D – Describe the behavior
E – Explain the effect of the behavior
S – State the desired outcome
C – Consequence: say what will happen if the behavior continues
Some professionals prefer to memorize the keywords below at representing this model because it gives them a consistent structure to follow:
D   When . . .  
E    I feel . . . because…
S    Therefore, I want/need …
C    So that …
Now in your journal answer the following questions and answer at least one of your classmate’s posting. 
What emotions did you experiencing while watching the simulation?
Did you believe that anger? Frustration? Disappointment? played a role in the disruptive behavior?
What story do you think led to these emotions?
What facts do you have that support this story?
Can you retell this story using the evidence that you have?
What information is missing?
Journal entry CC1.c
Include in your journal answers to the following questions regarding the simulation activity:
Reflect on your virtual clinical experience. 2. Explain your patient’s medical diagnosis. 3. Describe your interaction with the patient. 4. Was there anything that surprised you or anything you would do differently? 5. What is your overall reaction to clinical? 6. Please include the PDF completion certification
Virtual Simulation: The Pediatric Patient
Journal entry CC3.c
Please complete the module for this week and answer the following in your journal regarding the simulation experience? 1. Are some children more affected by violence than others? 2. Can you explain more about the relationship between violence and aggressive behavior? 3. Can you give examples on how to approach children suspected of abuse?