Role Playing

Teaching communication skills to healthcare professionals through role play and role modeling. Students can be presented with scenarios and work cooperatively in role-playing appropriate care.

Benefits of using 3D role-play to teach clinical nursing skills:

  • Studies show clinical practice experience far outweighs classroom know-how. 3D can provide specific role-play situations that correlate directly with classroom lessons. With practical ‘hands on’ experience and visual induction, this active learning environment reinforces the information communicated in lectures and helps students grasp the key concepts. 3D role play also engages the students, making them more interested and involved.
  • Roleplay

  • Role-playing simulations occur in a controlled environment and clinical scenarios can also be created to assess how well the student completes a task.
  • 3D digital simulation is cost-effective compared to the use of physical simulation tools like manikins, which can be costly with additional upgrade and maintenance overheads.
  • It’s a risk-free way for students to practise clinical skills and develop astute clinical judgment and critical thinking aptitude. It allows them to address problems, explore alternatives, and seek innovative solutions.
  • It’s a non-threatening way for students to develop essential skills without the pressures of dealing with a human patient with real health issues.
  • 3D allows for the creation of realistic situations and patients, which encourages empathy in the students – Interaction with the patients and dealing with the situations allows students insight into being a patient. They discover why patience, understanding, and privacy are so important.

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