Preparing High School students

to think critically and feel the real-life pressure in healthcare settings

Therapeutic areas
High Schools

Introduce healthcare concepts

In a gaming-like environment students and educators will find the perfect setting to explore clinical terminology and to visualize vital and physiological signs of the human body.

Be ready for an emergency

Teach skills and procedures: including vital signs assessment, recognition of emergency situations or to call for help. Prepare students to identify and handle common emergencies.

Develop teamwork skills

Explore the different roles and responsibilities of healthcare professionals. Expand students’ career horizons and the impact that medical professionals play in the lives of patients.

Clinical cases for High Schools and CTE

Suitable for Career & Technical Education Programs (CTE), Health Vocational Programs and High School students

C25 - Fundamentals for Future Healthcare Professions I

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Dry cough, fever; Chest pain
Compromised cardiac output
Mildly persistant asthma
Endocarditis and mitral stenosis
Osteoporosis in hypertensive patient
Persistent high blood pressure
Metastatic breast cancer patient with unretracking pain
Male with ten year history of COPD
Congestive heart failure
Speech impairment and difficulty in moving right arm

C29 - Fundamentals for Future Healthcare Professions II

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Shortness of breath and fever with expectoration
Urinary retention
Abdominal pain, fever and vomiting
Accident – Bleeding wound and fractured member
Woman found unconscious in her living room
Opioid intoxication
Hypertensive crisis
Two lives
Seizure
Distress

C45 - Basic approach to trauma patients

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Car accident
Accident – Bleeding wound and fractured member
Accident – Coma, Glasgow 7
Fight in the neighborhood
Neck injury
Wound
Ankle fracture
Accident with tractor
Fall skate
Bike fall with friends

C46 - A glimpse into a Medical pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Precordial pain
Cognitive alterations – acute motor lateralization
Backache; fever; shock
Pruritus, rash, dyspnea
Diabetes, coma
Dizziness, vertigo, vomiting
Abdominal pain, vomiting, fever. Shock
Fever, cough, dyspnea. and shock
Compromised airway clearance – noninvasive ventilation patient
Found uncoscious in her home

C47 - A glimpse into a Nursing pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Expectoration in patient with stoma ventilation
Feeling very tired
Compromised consciousness in patient with hemorrhagic stroke
Confused
Bladder globe
Behavior challenge
Child with urinary infection
Long-term care
Nursing home visit
Early phase

C48 - A glimpse into an EMS pathway

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Asthma attack
Found collapsed in living room
Opioid intoxication
Peanuts allergy
The fall
Found at home by her caregiver
Two lives
Unconscious on the street
Severe dehydration
Sickle Cell disease

C49 - Introduction to Respiratory Care

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Prostration with fever
Shortness of breath and tiredness for the past few days
Shortness of breath and expectoration in patient with long-term oxygen treatment
Shortness of breath and fever without expectoration
Cough, expectoration, fever
Fever and cough
Difficulty breathing, wheezing
Hypoxia in hypercapnic patient with COPD Group C
Compromised airway clearance in COPD group D patient
Ineffective airway clearance in patient with COPD Group D

C50 - Heart Challenge

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

Orthopnea; tachycardia and hypoperfusion
Hypovolemic Shock
Supraventricular tachycardia
Cardiac Chest pain
Myocardial infarction
Early repolarization
Edema of the lower limbs with one week of evolution
Unspecified malaise
Arrhythmia
Felt bad at home

C51 - First aids

Recommend for: CTE
Complexity: Low

She felt bad while tutoring the student
Girl felt unwell at friend’s house
Coming home from school
Fall from stairs
Mother with chest pain
Nut allergy
Boy fell at school
Boy felt indisposed at school
He fell from a tree after placing a bet
Hot water burn

Scenarios are organised by thematic content packages with low, medium or high complexity

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Learning Management System

Track your learners’ performance by having real-time detailed dashboards and the ability to set up and run OSCEs easily.

Simtegration

A comprehensive learning experience in the classroom

  • Virtual Patients: develop knowledge and complex cognitive operations (perception, interpretation, judgment and decision making)

  • Tasks trainers or low- or high-fidelity manikins: learn how to perform procedures and develop hands-on practical skills.

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Why Educators love Body Interact

Body Interact brings more opportunities for students to build themselves up. To build confidence and remove the fear. Other schools need to get on board in order to provide their students with this opportunity.
They are the future, they are going to take care of us.

Tina GarzaPrincipal Harlingen School of Health Professions

Body Interact allows students to think critically, learn how to collaborate with their peers, feel the real-life pressure, make mistakes and learn with them.

Lily CondePrincipal Harlingen School of Health Professions

I believe Body Interact is a very friendly app for clinical education. Students are very happy, they learn and its easier to work with the simulator. At the level of the clinical reasoning, there are many advances after training with Body Interact.

Dr Manuel RamírezAssistant Director of the Degree in Medicine of Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia

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