About Johns Hopkins
Providing Scenario Simulations For
Clinicians In An E-Learning Environment
Gun violence impacts thousands of people in the US each day, and one of the ways some states have addressed this situation is by issuing an ERPO (Extreme Risk Protection Order), which prohibits an individual from possessing or purchasing a firearm if they pose a risk to themselves or others. This is an important topic for healthcare professionals to be aware of, as they are able to petition for an ERPO if they deem it necessary for one of their patients.
Johns Hopkins wanted to provide clinicians with professional development training on this important subject, which for many, is uncharted territory. Johns Hopkins wanted scenario-based training with simulated conversations, focusing on counseling methods and communication skills with their patients on the subject of firearms. This posed a new challenge during the Covid-19 pandemic since their previous in-person training needed to be moved online.
We created animated scenarios of clinicians and patients in various situations invloving gun violence, providing clinicians with opportunities to have simulated conversations with the patient and their families about ERPOs.
On-Demand Microlearning for
Busy Healthcare Professionals
The simulated dialogue between clinician and patient was the star of this project, giving healthcare professionals the chance to improve their counseling and communication techniques regarding the tough subject of gun violence. The animation was high-quality and professional, adding to the realism of the scenarios presented.
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