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Global Impact Study in Clinical Education

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In the Body Interact impact study 617 students and 22 tutors participated, from 4 continents, 8 countries, and 11 Schools (7 Medicine and 5 Nursing curriculums)
September 2020

Overcome simulation space limitations

Practice with virtual patients scenarios in class and at home. From basic to advanced, scenarios can be implemented across the different levels of your nursing curriculum.

Nursing Education

A safe care environment

Work on the step by step processes of nursing. Understand the importance of assessment, communication, interaction, planning and evaluation of a patient’s status.

Nursing Education

Students take the lead

Bridge the gap between the classroom and real-life care.
Help students master their confidence, focusing on their cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills.

Nursing Education

Clinical cases for Nursing

Suitable for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN), Registered Nurse (RN), Bachelors Science Nursing (BSN), Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS), Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) and Physician Assistant (PA) curriculums

C03 - Fundamentals of Nursing I

Complexity: Low
Recommend for: RN-BSN, PA

Compromised expectoration
Prostration with fever
Shortness of breath and fever
Shortness of breath and tiredness
Long-term oxygen treatment
Expectoration in patient with stoma ventilation
Urinary retention
Reflex urinary incontinence
Compromised consciousness

C04 - Fundamentals of Nursing II

Complexity: Low
Recommend for: RN-BSN, PA

Resting dyspnea
Hypovolemic shock
Impaired consciousness
Compromised airway clearance
Hypoxia in hypercapnic patient
Hypoxia in patient with COPD
Compromised airway clearance with COPD
Resting dyspnea with COPD
Compromised ventilation with COPD

C27 - Fundamentals of Nursing III

Complexity: Low
Recommend for: RN-BSN, PA

Urinary retention in patient with L1-L2 lesion
Increased intracranial pressure
Ineffective airway clearance with COPD Group D
Airway obstruction and non-invasive ventilation
COPD group D with dyspnea
Triage of metastatic breast cancer patient
Triage of COPD patient
Triage of congestive heart failure
COVID suspicion
Shortness of breath and fever

C05 - Cardiovascular System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Myocardial infarction with ST elevation
Persistent non-valvular AF with hemorrhage
Cardiac tamponade
Acute heart failure
Cardiogenic shock
Failing of right myocardium
Non-valvular atrial fibrillation
Deep vein thrombosis
Fluid replacement protocol

C07 - Respiratory System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Pulmonary embolism
COPD and pneumonia
Asthma and COPD
Shortness of breath and cold
Dyspnea and chest pain
Cough with sputum in a diabetic patient
Cough and dyspnea in a diabetic patient
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
Flu-like symptoms and dyspnea
Sudden shortness of breath

C08 - Nervous System I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Brain death due to severe ischemic stroke
Acute ischemic stroke while on warfarin
Acute left M2 occlusion
Acute left MCA occlusion
Ischemic stroke in obese patient
Left MCA occlusion and infarction
Right MCA M1 occlusion and infarction
Left MCA occlusion with severe hypertension
Intracranial hemorrhage
Early stage management of ischemic stroke

C09 - General Internal Medicine I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Tricuspid valve endocarditis
Hypoglycemia with high cardiovascular risk
Acute pancreatitis
Critical kidney failure
Increased urination
Vomits with blood
Acute renal lesion
Acute cholecystitis

C11 - Pediatrics I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Hypovolemic shock
Severe asthma
Severe croup
Meningococcal septic shock
Benzodiazepine overdose
Supraventricular tachycardia
SVT and cardiogenic shock
Acute viral bronchiolitis
Severe asthma

C26 - Trauma I

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: MBBS, MD, DO, PA, CNS, APRNs

Respiratory distress
Spinal cord injury
Hypovolemic shock
Splenic laceration
Severe bleeding
Chest and pelvic injury
Abdominal gunshot
Stab wound
Brain injury

C28 - Ambulance Transportation

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: Paramedic

Left-sided heart failure
Acute coronary syndrome
Acute obstructive pulmonary disease
Pneumonia and COPD exacerbation
Cardiac chest pain
Opioid intoxication
Peanuts allergy
Chest pain
Hypothermia and opioid intoxication

C30 - Nursing Emergencies

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: RN-BSN, PA

Chest pain with irradiation
Feeling bad
Septic shock due to pneumonia infection
Homeless found collapsed in the street
Anaphylactic shock
Toxin infection
Behaviour challenge

C32 - Maternity and Women's Health Nursing

Complexity: Advanced
Recommend for: CNS, APRNs

3rd Trimestre
Hemorrhage in recovery room
Shoulder dystocia
Shoulder dystocia #2
Premature rupture of membranes
Umbilical cord prolapse
Preterm labour
Active labor at home
Gestational diabetes

C34 - Medical-Surgical Nursing

Complexity: Medium
Recommend for: RN-BSN, PA

Traumatic brain injury
Girl with severe asthma
2nd floor fall
Pale leg
Bladder globe
Child with overdose
Preoperative assessment
Fall stake
Infected wound

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

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Create your own scenario

Adapt existing scenarios or create your ones from scratch to match your curricular needs and learning objectives

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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


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 Nurses love Body Interact

Body Interact is a tool that helps educators teach one step at a time and to think critically in a timing matter.
Students totally love it because they can play the same scenario several times to constantly improve.

Lorraine Betts, RN, MN, CHSEProfessor of Simulation Education at George Brown College

We know that students become more satisfied by training with Body Interact. They develop a greater perception of effectiveness when solving different clinical cases.

Miguel Padilha, RN, CRRN, PhDProfessor at Escola Superior de Enfermagem do Porto

Body Interact brings realism and innovation to the classroom. It allows students to make mistakes and to do their self-analysis of competencies.
Everything without harming the patient.

Leila Sales, MScN, RNCoordinator of the Nursing Department at the Portuguese Red Cross Higher School of Healt in Lisbon

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