Tools to flip the classroom

You can combine The Neighborhood 2.0 and technology to engage your students in a whole new way. Here are just a few of the benefits of utilizing a virtual community in your classroom:

  • Contextualized learning
  • Increased student engagement
  • More complex and rich exemplars
  • Visibility into patients over time
  • Diversity
  • Enhanced application opportunities

In addition, establishing a virtual community supports the drive for change in nursing education, as called for in QSEN, IOM Report, Carnegie Report, Future of Nursing, and Baccalaureate Report.

Training

We want to make it easy for you to get started with The Neighborhood 2.0! After you have decided to use The Neighborhood in your department, we will train you on the program and help you to integrate Neighborhood 2.0 activities into your courses.

Diversity of characters

The Neighborhood 2.0 features over 42 core characters, including patients with ADHD, diabetes, infertility, dementia, and end-of-stage cancer, as well as sufferers of mental illness, domestic violence, and much more. Version 2.0 includes newly added student nurses and war veterans as well. All stories are designed to help students apply key competencies such as evidence-based practice, informatics, safety, patient-centered care, and quality improvement.

Lighting up the simulation experience

Supported by medical records in RealEHRPrep with Cerner, ten new simulations allow faculty to expand Neighborhood characters throughout the simulation lab.
 

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Contact your Pearson rep to get started with The Neighborhood™ 2.0.
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