Resources: Learning

SOS Gamified Simulation App.

  • Resource Type: App, Video
  • Posted On: January 25, 2017
  • Audience(s): Academics, Leaders and managers, Staff / team members

Screen shot of SOS Gaming AppThe SOS Gamified Simulation App is designed to enhance nursing and personal support worker gerontological specialty knowledge in the early identification and care of the frail elderly at risk of acute deterioration.

 

 

SOS screenshot from serious game video

 

 

 

 

Update (June 1, 2018): The CABHI-funded SOS Educational App for Healthcare has been announced the winner of the prestigious 2018 Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education.

 

Access mobile and desktop versions of the SOS Gamified Simulation App.

 

Access the SOS Reference Website and online Resources for Acute Conditions.

 

Video: How SOS as a Serious Game Supports Learning

This 2 minute, 20 second video describes the game-based learning science and principles that support learning through the SOS Gamified Simulation App.

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