Hello and welcome to TeamsCore TM
Today we will take you through the production
of our most popular nurse bot: the Madison Schmetzer 9000
An Emergency Department nurse bot
This ED nurse bot completed her associates degree
as part of a dual degree program in high school
She then completed her BSN at UNC
and was a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society
Her training included:
And Clinicals in Med-Surg, Pediatrics, and OB
If you ask the Madison bot about her role the standard programmed response will play:
As an ED nurse, I follow protocol
and fulfill orders from an order set.
So, if someone came in for chest pain
I would draw the labs and get
an EKG.My role is very task oriented.
My goal is to ensure patients
are stabilized to be admitted or
discharged with a referral.
The Madison bot's role in the ED required extra programming
which included PALS and ACLS certification
orientation on the unit, and specialty classes on order sets
Licensure for this role required graduation from an accredited
program and taking the NCLEX exam. This
particular model is licensed in multiple stated
This bot’s programming includes past work
as a medical assistant at a pain management
clinic and a role as a patient care technician in
the ED. This bot can receive a new download
to work in pediatric neurology and would like
to do so. She is also capable of system
upgrades and is looking at a DNP program
in the future.
The bot’s perception of her role is that
she is the first line of patient care. She
gets initial history and chief complaints
from the patient and relays this
information on to the provider.
She sees her role as having more
autonomy as ED nurse vs inpatient med surg.
My perception of the Madison bot is that she is a great resource when
going to see a possible admission from the ED. She has seen the patient
already and checking in with her before going into the patient room can
provide great advice and insight into the situation.
My initial bias was then the ED nurses were doing more of the hands on skills
like giving medications and establishing IV access, I did not realize they could
also get histories and do initial physical exams. I initially thought that ED nurses
would be a great resource for their having more experience, but I learned they could a
also provide the chief complaint, home med list, and a history.
Thank you for learning about our
Madison Schmetzer 9000
ED nurse bot
For any inquiries, please reach
our representative Kylie O'Laughlin
for more information.