Learners who run simulations with your PCSs have limited access to your Patient Communication Simulator on app.pcs.ai, be it when logging into their account from your dedicated device or from a device of their own.
From their PCS account's they’ll be able to:
Start a simulation with the bundled patients and any patient added to the simulator by you.
Join sessions that you as the facilitator have started on your PCS.
When running the simulation they’ll see the Virtual Patient Monitor, event logs they create (e.g. communication logs , the Patient File and the Lifeline for information, and with PCS Alex physical exam - pulse and blood pressure checks).
Learners are able to customize the virtual patient monitor layout for the PCS Alex.
Simulation Archives will list all sessions they have run on their PCS account and any simulation started by you, the facilitator that they have joined.
Learners can interview the PCS, and exercise physical examination for the PCS Alex (e.g. pulse checks, blood pressure measurements and auscultations).
Learners won’t be able to:
Join already running sessions started by other learners - they'll see the PCS as busy.
Modify any vitals (values or waveforms), vital sounds.
Create / edit patients.
Access the simulator’s settings.
See archives of simulation sessions you ran, but they haven't joined, or any simulation sessions other learners have run.
Note: If you haven't shared a Simulator Key with your learners, but have setup for Facilitator-Free Simulation using assigned browsers on dedicated devices a learner won't even see your PCS listed under the Simulators tab when they log into app.pcs.ai from any not assigned browser - like their own mobile - , they’ll only be able to access their session archives.
Interested in more? Learn about what your learners will see during their running session.