Below is a range of REELS healthcare training scenarios developed to give your staff true to life experiences based on feedback from clinical experts. Please click below to watch short samples and read some of our suggested learning points.

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Challenging Behaviour – Angry Relative

In this experience the viewer is in the role of the healthcare professional.
This scenario features an angry relative approaching a healthcare professional. He is angry that he wasn’t told sooner that his Mum’s health had deteriorated and that he wasn’t able to be there when she died.

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Challenging Conversations – Discharge from Hospice to Nursing Home

In this experience the viewer is in the role of the healthcare professional.
This scenario features a patient and her son who are angry and distressed at the plan to discharge her to a nursing home as she has become medically stable. The patient is refusing to go stating that her GP said she could come to the hospice and stay.

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Challenging Conversations – Not meeting cultural needs after death.

In this experience the viewer observes from the patient’s perspective.

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Challenging Conversations – Palliative Care Patient

In this experience the viewer is in the role of the healthcare professional.
This scenario places the healthcare professional beside the bed of an end of life care patient who is struggling emotionally with her deteriorating condition.

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Protocol in Patient Discussions – Good Practice

In this experience the viewer observes from the patient’s perspective.
A relative is sat at the bedside having requested to see a doctor some time before regarding her father’s condition and the pain he appears to be in. She is anxious and upset.
A Nurse Specialist arrives in the room and manages the situation in an example of best practice.

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Protocol in Patient Discussions – Poor Practice

In this experience the viewer observes from the patient’s perspective.
A relative is sat at the bedside having requested to see a doctor some time before regarding her father’s condition and the pain he appears to be in. She is anxious and upset.
A Nurse Specialist arrives in the room and manages the situation in an example of poor practice.

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