By Nate Schlieve, Realityworks Product Support Technician
Ever have students who have just completed a full simulation mention that their Baby was not accepting the ID very well? Before running a test or a demonstration you can look at the student’s report and verify if there was an ID problem or not.
Start by looking at the Performance Overview box. There is more to this box than just the Performance Overview percentage.
Look at the Proper Care section of the Performance Overview. This section is very important because it provides you with an idea of how attentive the participant was with the Baby. The Proper Care percentage is calculated by dividing the number of care events the participant properly responded to (left side) from the total number of requested care events (right side).
If you look at just the Proper Care section alone, you can tell the participant gave excellent care. You can also tell from the Proper Care box that we have a very attentive student by looking at the total number of times the ID was recognized against the total number of requested care events. In the example above the Baby requested 103 care events and the ID was recognized 109 times. The Baby will respond to the ID whenever the Baby is crying for a care event, fussy event, or mishandle event. If the total number of times the ID is recognized is greater or equal to the total number of requested care events it is an indication that any time the Baby cried for care the student was there to respond. It also indicates that the Baby is responding just fine to their ID.
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