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Animal Physiology

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Animal Physiology

Animal Physiology with Lt

Using Lt, zoology and physiology students can investigate basic and applied concepts in neuro- and muscle physiology. Courses are designed with common undergraduate insect, annelid, amphibian and mammalian preparations.

Animal Physiology with LabTutor

Using LabTutor, zoology and physiology students can investigate basic and applied concepts in neuro- and muscle physiology. Courses are designed with common undergraduate insect, annelid, amphibian and mammalian preparations.

Animal Physiology with LabChart

Protocols to investigate basic and applied concepts in neurophysiology, cardiac and muscle physiology using common insect, annelid, amphibian and mammalian preparations.

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Biochemistry / General Biology

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Biochemistry / General Biology

Biochemistry / General Biology with LabTutor

Using LabTutor, students explore basic concepts in biochemistry including acid base titration, biological membrane fluidity, cellular respiration, spectrophotometry, photosynthesis and temperature effects on enzyme performance.

Biochemistry / General Biology with LabChart

Protocols to explore basic concepts in general biology including acid base titration, biological membrane fluidity, cellular respiration, spectrophotometry, photosynthesis, and the effects of temperature on enzyme performance.

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Exercise Physiology

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Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology with Lt

Use Lt to present introductory through to advanced concepts for undergraduate exercise and sports physiology students. Topics include metabolism, cardio-respiratory effects of exercise and energy expenditure during exercise.

Exercise Physiology with LabTutor

Use LabTutor to present introductory through to advanced concepts for undergraduate exercise and sports physiology students. Topics include metabolism, cardio-respiratory effects of exercise and energy expenditure during exercise.

Exercise Physiology with LabChart

With LabChart, students use protocols for conducting basic and advanced laboratory exercises with human subjects in exercise physiology.

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Human Physiology

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Human Physiology

Human Physiology with Lt

Lt guides physiology students though courses designed to reinforce introductory and advanced concepts in cardiovascular physiology, respiratory physiology, neurophysiology, muscle physiology, digestion, and kidney and water balance.

Human Physiology with LabTutor

LabTutor guides physiology students though courses designed to reinforce introductory and advanced concepts in cardiovascular physiology, respiratory physiology, neurophysiology, muscle physiology, digestion, and kidney and water balance.

Human Physiology with LabChart

Protocols for conducting basic and advanced laboratory exercises with human subjects including: cardiovascular; respiratory; musculoskeletal; digestion; renal function and water balance; and neurophysiology.

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Medicine

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Medicine

Medicine with LabTutor and Lt

LabTutor and Lt's Pre-Clinical Medical Collection uses real patient cases to provide students with a medically relevant learning experience, both in and out of the laboratory. Students are engaged through active learning and self-evaluation as they progress through a structured series of tutorials, pre-lab quizzes, laboratories, case studies and evaluations.

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Neuroscience

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Neuroscience

Neuroscience with LabTutor

LabTutor presents advanced and introductory experiments designed to teach students about central and peripheral nerve function, brain activity using non-invasive approaches (EEG and visually evoked potentials), and intracellular and extracellular action potentials.

Neuroscience with LabChart

Protocols to investigate basic and applied concepts in neurophysiology, cardiac and muscle physiology using common insect, annelid, amphibian and mammalian preparations.

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Nursing

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Nursing

Nursing with LabTutor and Lt

In a world with distracting new technologies and information overload, we're working hard to keep your Nursing students focused on what's important: people.

LabTutor and Lt for Nursing are immersive learning platforms which aim to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Ideal for nursing and healthcare courses, LabTutor and Lt bring patient stories to your students along with engaging exercises, movies, audio bites, animations, images and other interactive content. LabTutor and Lt provide a perfect complement to simulation. In addition, LabTutor and Lt software, combined with PowerLab hardware, become powerful physiology tools that provides a way for students to record and understand real physiological data.

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Pharmacology

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Pharmacology

Pharmacology with LabTutor

Dose-response relationships and concepts in ligand-receptor binding, demonstrated through hands-on courses in LabTutor using isolated ileum, vas deferens and vascular smooth muscle tissue.

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Psychophysiology

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Psychophysiology

Psychophysiology with Lt

Using Lt, students can explore methods in psychophysiology and experimental psychology. They can analyze methods such as biofeedback, classical conditioning, electrodermal response, perception, reaction time, and psychological bias.

Psychophysiology with LabTutor

Using LabTutor, students can explore methods in psychophysiology and experimental psychology. They can analyze methods such as biofeedback, classical conditioning, electrodermal response, perception, reaction time, and psychological bias.

Psychophysiology with LabChart

Detailed protocols to explore concepts in psychophysiology including biofeedback, classical conditioning, electrodermal response, perception, reaction time, and psychological bias.

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Nursing with Lt

In a world with distracting new technologies and information overload, we're working hard to keep your Nursing students focused on what's important: people.

Lt for Nursing is an immersive learning platform which aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Ideal for nursing and healthcare courses, Lt brings patient stories to your students along with engaging exercises, movies, audio bites, animations, images and other interactive content. Lt provides a perfect complement to simulation. In addition, Lt software, combined with PowerLab hardware, becomes a powerful physiology tool that provides a way for students to record and understand real physiological data.

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+Assessment Tools

In this module students learn how the value of early warning score (EWS) systems and how these are calculated. They also practice using genograms and ecomaps to assess families. They watch a demonstration of using COLDSPA as a symptom assessment tool, and practice these skills in a lab-setting.

+Clinical Measurements I

In this module students learn how to measure and record height, weight, blood glucose level, and test urine samples. They also learn how these measurements relate to health. The students will watch demonstrations of these skills and then practice them in a lab-setting.

+Clinical Measurements II

In this module students learn about complete neurological examinations and “neuro obs”. They learn how to assess cranial nerve function, reflexes, motor function, sensory function, and loss of consciousness. They will watch a demonstration of a neurological assessment and practice these skills in a scenario. Practice questions are included for students to test their knowledge of GCS score calculations.

+Fluid and Nutrition

In this module students are introduced to nutrition and how this relates to health. They learn how to perform a nutritional assessment and how to assist someone with their nutritional needs. They also learn about fluid balance and practice documenting a person’s intake on a fluid balance chart. The students then practice these skills in the lab-setting.

+Health History and General Survey

In this module students learn how to use therapeutic communication interview techniques to assess a person’s health history. They learn the difference between subjective and objective data, and the importance of informed consent. They will watch an example of taking a patient’s health history and general survey, then use a template to practice this skill in a scenario. They will practice these skills for themselves in six different scenarios.

+Health Literacy

In this module students learn about the concept of health literacy, which factors contribute to health literacy, and the consequences of poor health literacy. They will be introduced to some tools they can use to assess a person’s health literacy, and will watch these skills in action in a pregnancy-related scenario.

+Health Promotion and Community Nursing

In this module students are introduced to the concept of health promotion and community assessment. They learn about primary health care and the different concepts of family. They prepare a foot, or windshield, survey, then complete this in a community setting.

+Hygiene and Personal Care

In this module students learn the importance of personal hygiene and which factors can influence a person’s personal hygiene. They will learn techniques for assisting someone with their personal cares, and will practice this skill for themselves after watching a demonstration. They will also learn the importance of back rubs and how to change the linens of an occupied bed.

+Medication Administration I

In this module students will be introduced to their responsibilities in preparing and administering medications. They will learn about the “three checks” and “five rights” of medication administration, as well as adverse effects, medication orders, medication errors, and educating people about medications. They will watch a demonstration of administering liquid medication, and will practice this skill in a scenario. There are many dosage calculation questions for students to practice this skill, also.

+Medication Administration II

In this module students will learn their role and responsibilities for administering injectable medications. They will watch demonstrations of calculating dosages, preparing, and administering medications via subcutaneous and intramuscular injections. They will then practice these skills in two different scenarios.

+Oxygen Therapy

In this module students learn about the physiology of respiration and how to perform a respiratory assessment. They are introduced to different oxygen delivery devices and associated precautions. They watch demonstrations on how to change a regulator on an oxygen tank, and how to apply oxygen to a breathless patient. They will then practice how to administer oxygen therapy safely in a scenario.

+Peripheral Assessment

In this module students learn the importance of peripheral assessments and how to perform assessments of the arms, legs, diabetic feet, and how to document their findings. They also learn how these assessments relate to peripheral vascular disease, and arterial and venous insufficiency. The students will watch examples of these assessments on an elderly woman including how to apply TED stockings, and will then practice these skills in a scenario.

+Promoting Comfort

In this module students learn how they can promote patient comfort. They learn about the importance of sleep and rest, and how to change the linens of an unoccupied bed. They will compare and contrast examples of two patient comfort interventions, and how to document these interventions. They will then practice promoting patient comfort in a scenario.

+Safety

In this module students learn about the importance of safety in nursing, and what steps they can take to ensure their safety. They learn about needlestick safety, infection control, and falls prevention. They also watch demonstrations on hand hygiene and personal protective equipment (PPE), then practice these skills in the lab environment.

+Sterile Fields

In this module students learn about the principles of infection, asepsis, and aseptic technique. They also learn about health care-associated infections and how these can be prevented. They watch demonstrations of how to set up, maintain, and dispose of a sterile field, then practice these skills in a scenario.

+Supporting Elimination

In this module students will learn how to assess elimination and how to promote regular bowel health. They will watch demonstrations of how to assist someone with their elimination needs and the associated standard precautions required. Students will learn the importance of patient safety and dignity. They will then practice these skills in two different scenarios.

+Therapeutic Communication

In this module students learn about the different methods of communication and how to establish therapeutic relationships with their patients. They also learn about informed consent and how to communicate professionally. They, then practice their communication skills in 5 different scenarios.

+Vital signs

In this module students learn about the physiology behind heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure and temperature. They watch demonstrations of how to measure and document these vital signs, then practice these skills on each other, and in a scenario.

+Autonomic Nervous System

An immersive module about the complications of Diabetes. In the case study you'll meet Ben Wolfe and learn about his experience with diabetes. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Ben, and the evaluation summarizes Ben's case. The laboratory examines the autonomic nervous system, while the scenario revolves around completing a diabetic foot check on Ben.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Blood Pressure

An immersive module about Blood Pressure. In the case study you'll meet James Lester and learn about his experience with hypertension. The Patient education lesson focuses on further treatment for James, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines Blood pressure, while the scenario revolves around an exercise tolerance test.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Body Temperature

An immersive module about a Febrile child. In the case study you'll meet Liam McFadden and his mother. The Patient education lesson focuses on the nursing assessment of a child, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines body temperature, while the scenario revolves around completing an assessment on a child.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

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+Brain Structure and Reflexes

An immersive module about Stroke. In the case study you'll meet Barry West and learn about his experience with stroke. The Patient education lesson focuses on Barry's care after discharge, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines Brain structure and reflexes, while the scenario revolves around Nil by mouth and suctioning.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Childbirth

An immersive module about childbirth. In the case study you'll meet Jenny and her husband. The Patient education lesson focuses on complications of chilbirth, and the evaluation summarizes Jenny's labour. The scenario revolves around empathy and communication.

+Glucose Metabolism

An immersive module about Type 1 diabetes. In the case study you'll meet Carol campbell and learn about her experience with diabetes. The Patient education lesson focuses on the team work involved in caring for people with diabetes, and the evaluation summarizes Carol's case. The laboratory examines glucose absorption, while the scenario revolves around recognizing hypoglycemia.

+Heart and Circulation

An immersive module about Peripheral circulation. In the case study you'll meet Sam Dixon and learn about his experience with claudication. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Sam, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines the heart and peripheral circulation, while the scenario revolves around completing a segmental pressure assessment.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Heart and Electrocardiography (ECG)

An immersive module about Myocardial infarction. In the case study you'll meet Mike Miller and learn about his experience with MI. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for and educating Mike, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines the heart and ECGs, while the scenario revolves around CPR and AED devices.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Heart Sounds

An immersive module about Heart Failure. In the case study you'll meet Tama Hudson and learn about his experience with diabetes and heart failure. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Tama, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines Heart sounds, while the scenario revolves around fluid intake.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Kidney and Urine

An immersive module about Renal Failure. In the case study you'll meet Alfred Ashmore and learn about his experience with chronic renal failure. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Alfred during dialysis and transplant, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines the kidney and urine, while the scenario revolves around dialysis-related hypotension.

+Lung Function

An immersive module about COPD. In the case study you'll meet Mary Montgomery and learn about her experience with COPD. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Mary and advanced care planning, and the evaluation summarizes her case. The laboratory examines lung volumes, while the scenario revolves around safe medication administration.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Muscle and Fatigue

An immersive module about Muscle. In the case study you'll meet Rachel Pearson and learn about her experience with Myasthenia Gravis. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Rachel and her treatment, and the evaluation summarizes her case. The laboratory examines Muscle and EMG, while the scenario revolves around NG tube insertion.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Muscle Function

An immersive module about Muscle. In the case study you'll meet Frank Foster and learn about his experience with Becker Muscular Dystrophy. The Patient education lesson focuses on a nurse's role in caring for Frank and falls assessment, and the evaluation summarizes his case. The laboratory examines skeletal muscle function, while the scenario revolves around safe handling and falls assessment.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Pregnancy

An immersive module about Pregnancy. In the case study you'll meet Jenny Lincoln and her husband and learn about their experience of pregnancy. The Patient education lesson focuses on prenatal care and planning for labor, and the evaluation summarizes Jenny's pregnancy. The scenario revolves around an abnormal CTG.

+Getting Started with Lt

In this module students learn how to record and analyze data in Lt. A "Pre-Lab" lesson shows students what to expect in Lt labs and lets them explore the types of signals they might record. They also practice their data analysis skills prior to the lab, where they record and analyze their own pulse.

Patient Case Library

Our Patient Case Library contains all the resources that our Instructional Designers use to create our Medicine and Nursing related lessons. Each pack is based around a real patient’s experience and includes video interviews with the patient and medical professionals they see, test results, scan images, patient history information, and footage of the key medical procedures during their case.

The resources can be easily copied to lessons you are creating so you can go beyond what our off-the-shelf lessons provide and simply create the lesson you want, without the need or cost of creating your own resources.

Each Patient resource pack can include:

  • A 50 word clinical summary (brief summary of the patient similar to a medical letter) and larger clinical summary (more indepth)
  • Patient videos with titles and detailed captions, sometimes video of relatives, procedural videos (clinical examinations and medical procedures) or health professionals (consultant, nurse specialist, sometimes OT, PT, specialised technicians and dieticians and surgeons)
  • Labtest results (SI and non-SI units)
  • Specialised investigations (can include chest x-rays, ECGs, MRI, CT etc)
  • Discharge summary
  • Suggested topics and relevant content warnings

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