Vital Signs Digital Boardgame | Single Player

Need an engaging way to learn vital signs?

This engaging digital board game promotes learning vital signs content through doing, winning, losing, and competing rather than just reading and progressing through slides.

After selecting a game piece, the learner starts their shift where they are presented with challenges, questions, and job-related scenarios to promote critical thinking and clinical application in the following five categories: 

Board Game Image

  • Pulse
  • Blood Pressure
  • Temperature
  • Pulse Oximetry
  • Respiratory Rate                                                                                                                                                                         

Play as many times as you like to improve your score. The goal is mastery of content!

If your organization would like the Vital Signs game customized to meet your learning needs, reach out with specific content customization quotes 

Target Audience

This course is perfect for all unlicensed assistive personnel including: clinical techncians, clinical nurse externs, ceritifed nursing assistants, and nursing students.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify normal vital sign ranges in the adults. 
  • Determine appropriate response to unstable or abnormal vital signs. 
  • Identify early trends in vital signs indicative of sepsis, hypoxia, and myocardial infarction.
  • Explain the importance of accurate I&Os and daily weights in the patient’s plan of care.
  • Differentiate the UAP scope of practice from the RN. 
  • Understand the importance of reporting all patient information to the RN.
Additional information
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Angela Malicki
Multimedia and Learning Technology


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