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couple of exceptions: In learning mode you will be able to access lab and diagnostic tests (if you wish, but they are not necessary for your task), and gain in case mentor prompts/assistance. You will also get to review your report. Note: Once you complete the learning mode simulation, an image of an ‘eye’[highlighted in green below] will appear to the left of the case under the Attempts Status heading on the Assignments page. You may click on the eye to review your case playback. An image of a piece of paper [highlighted in blue below] will appear to the left of the case under the Report heading. You may click on that image to view your report. The indication of whether a caseis completed will be displayed as <# of #> under the Exercises completed heading. Again, you may not review your test mode reports.When you have completed your high stakes simulation assessment, your results will be scored and a report generated within 24 hours. You will receiveyour results in your Degree Plan within 48 hours after submission. Your course mentor will have access to your report, so reach out if you would like to discuss your results. And you may engage in any of the cases (other than assigned) for additional learning opportunities!The High Stakes Simulation CaseYou made it this far! The end is in sight!
Once you have completed your learning experiences (learning and test modes) with Bill Buxton, you should be prepared to engage in your ‘high stakes’ simulation. Like your prior iHuman simulations, where you had an extended period of time to go in-and-out of the assignment (30 days), you willalso have that extended timeto complete your high stakes simulation.Your final simulation case is Ariela Hernandez!Once you complete this case, your results will be generated and a checkered flag will appear next to the case in the Assignment list. The results of your final simulation should be visible in your Degree Plan within 48 hours. Helpful HintsNow that you have an overview of the cases and the experience, let’s backtrack a bit and look at the ‘How to interact with iHuman’ specifics. **There will be an ‘Interview Progress Button’ (may appear as ‘Pre-test’ in your scenarios (except Ariela). It will enable you to receive feedback on the number of required questions you have asked in a category and how many remain to be answered.oHistory and Physical Examination (HPE)oPatient History – subjective information from patient –response toquestionsPresenting Complaint/Illness (PC/PI) – what brought patient to the clinic History of presenting complaint (HPC) – details of onset, duration, nature of illness, relieving or aggravating factorsPast medical History (PMH) – previous diagnoses, procedures, comorbidities