Schizophrenia And Bipolar Clinical

Schizophrenia And Bipolar Clinical

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Virtual Clinical Simulation Documentation 

The following template is to be completed for each simulation experience during the Fall 2022 quarter

Course Number & Title: FAL22-PRN1562LL-MHD-MHXA1A3Z Number of Required Clinical Hours: 45
Section: MHXA1A0Z Faculty: Kelly Economon
Campus/Campuses: FM Date Submitted:



Clinical Plan for Fall 2022 Quarter

This table provides a summary/tracker of how the hours will be completed for the Fall 2022 quarter.

Delivery Method Hours Dates/Times
Hours to completed at a clinical site

Site Name: Prairie St. John’s



24 10/22/22 – 0700-1900 11/05/22 – 0700-1900
Hours to be completed via residential simulation on campus



Hours to be completed via virtual simulation on WebEx



21 10/08/22 – 0800-1830 10/09/22 – 0800-1830




INACSL Standards of Best

Practice: SimulationSM

(See Appendix A)

Simulation Design
Outcomes & Objectives
Participant Evaluation
Professional Integrity
Simulation Enhanced IPE
Learning Objectives

Should be measureable and link the clinical experience to the course competencies and Program SLOs.

Explain current issues and social concerns related to mental health disorders and treatments.
Evaluate nursing care strategies for clients with somatic illnesses or neurodevelopmental disorders
Select appropriate nursing interventions for clients with mental health disorders.






Brief Scenario Description
Students will understand the signs, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes for patients diagnosed with Schizophrenia and Bipolar. Likewise, students will develop a safety plan and will review Seclusion and Restraint as it applies within an inpatient mental health setting. Last, students will view videos of people living with schizophrenia and reflect upon what they have learned.



Topic Description of Activity Deliverable(s) Activity Time
Orientation/ Pre-Briefing

(See Appendix B)


Total time 45 minutes


Review schizophrenia pathophysiology total viewing time and discussion 30 minutes

Khan Academy


Another link to support


Discussion on basics of Bipolar Disorder 1.Describe the presentation of Bipolar Disorder

2. Discuss disease progression if left untreated.

3. Discuss the treatment regimen for Bipolar Disorder.

4. Discuss the medication regimen for Bipolar Disorder

5 Discuss nursing role

6. Identify topics that should be included in patient education.

7. Describe how you think the patient may be presented to you during this simulation.

8. Explain how you might care for this patient.

  1 hour and 30 minutes

(See Appendix C)


Students to develop concept map (acute and chronic), pharmacologic templates and safety plans

Safety Plan: Safety plan

Students will develop a safety plan for working on an acute closed unit. Discuss important safety considerations for personal safety, other client safety, facility design and important features for safety. Review seclusion and restraint protocols.

Picmonic – Restraints – Picmonic – Tardive Dyskinesia Picmonic – Malignant Hyperthermia, Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome, Serotonin Syndrome

Watch the following videos where people living with schizophrenia discuss their disease and write a reflection:

Students to drop in drop box safety plan and reflection 2 hour




















3 hour

Virtual Scenario

(See Appendix D)

Watch the following videos detailing people living with bipolar and write a reflection:

Review Patient RK, watch the video linked:

Testimonial of a young man living with bipolar type II:

Case Study- “Hannah”

Therapy session with Tom:

Interview with a patient who is in a depressed state:

  2 hour

(See Appendix E)

Twice the amount of time that the simulation runs

Debrief – is streamed following each event – Do a general “ah’ha’s, and question and comments at this time – discuss individual strengths and growth opportunities for working in mental health.


  2 hours


Daily Attendance Record, Sunday, October 9th, 0800-1830
Student Name Present Absent
1. Thelma Dennis    
2. Rosemarie Hollywood    
3. Kebbeh Kollie    
4. Christina Kosak    
5. Agnes Ngateh    
6. Chilli Nyanti    
7. Sayee Zulu    



Total Clinical Time: 10.5 hours
Faculty Signature: Kelly Economon BSN RN CHPN



*When complete, these forms should be scanned and uploaded into a “hidden” file within the course shell and sent to your Dean of Nursing who will forward to the appropriate Clinical Coordinator.