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Navigate 2 Scenario for Health Care Law

Author(s): Jones & Bartlett Learning
  • ISBN-13: 9781284321777
  • Navigate Essentials Access     pages      © 2019
    Access Code Subscription Length: 365 Days
Price: $49.95 US List
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Developed in conjunction with Toolwire Studios, this collection of four interactive video case studies provides students with a realistic, immersive learning experience that reinforces lessons gathered from a collection of best-selling Jones & Bartlett Learning Health Care Law textbooks.

Through immersive technology and instructional design, the Navigate 2 Scenario for Health Care Law creates an environment in which the student assumes the role of a new Health Care Administrator within the Bright Road Health Care System, where they will review legal cases and assess the Health Care System’s legal risks and liabilities. Bright Road’s General Counsel will act as the student’s mentor, helping them navigate difficult legal concepts.

In each episode, the student will progress through a series of different settings and character interactions that will teach them about key concepts in Health Care Law. The student will analyze information, make decisions, and see the impact of their participation in real time.

At the end of the episode, students will have the opportunity to assess their knowledge with a multiple-choice quiz that reports directly to their instructor’s Navigate 2 gradebook.

Episode 1: Hospital Nightmare

In this episode, the student is presented with the case of a patient who needlessly develops a staph infection, following an unrelated surgery. Though the patient survives, the infection leaves her with permanent lung damage, and the hospital is later sued with negligence. The student will need to gather information about the incident from the parties involved, and work with the Health Care System’s General Counsel to determine the Hospital’s liability.

Episode 2: Medication Errors

When eight week-old infant dies after being overdosed by an antibiotic that had been incorrectly prepared in the hospital's pharmacy, the student in the role of the new health care administrator, must interview staff members and work with the General Counsel to analyze the four elements of negligence in order to determine the hospital’s liability.

Episode 3: The Wrong Body Part

In this episode, the student will examine a negligence case, stemming from an incident in the hospital operating room, in which a patient has the wrong limb removed. The student will analyze this case from the standpoint of the legal concept Res Ipsa Loquitur, and work with General Counsel to determine the hospital’s liability.

Episode 4: Failure to Obtain Consent

In this episode, the student will be presented with a negligence case in which the patient receives conflicting advice regarding the treatment for a blocked artery; the patient’s wishes regarding insertion of a catheter and stent are disregarded on his consent form.

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