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Simulation Name: Reading Reportable Event Information
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Scenario: Reportable events are also known as critical incidents and include items like a client being in restraints, harming oneself or another person, or having a grievance with a staff person. In this lesson, you will be shown how to view reportable event information.

Screen Name: #1: People Demographics - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Click REPORTABLE EVENTS in the EIS Menu "Hot Area" REPORTABLE EVENTS in the EIS Menu
User Prompt: You have already anchored your person. To view their reportable events, click REPORTABLE EVENTS in the EIS Menu.
Screen Name: #2: Reportable Events List - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Click underlined reportable event NAME "Hot Area" underlined reportable event NAME
User Prompt: To view details for a reportable event, click the underlined reportable event NAME (for example, the first reportable event in the list).
Screen Name: #3: Reportable Events General - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Click scroll bar "Hot Area" scroll bar
User Prompt: An important part of this page is actually at the bottom, where the EVENT CATEGORY of reportable event(s) is selected. Use the scroll bar to scroll down to view those selections.
Screen Name: #4: Reportable Events General - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Click scroll bar "Hot Area" scroll bar
User Prompt: Now that we can see which types of events are included in this reportable event (bottom right corner - the SELECTED CATEGORIES include assault, illness or injury, lost/missing, restraint, and self-injurious behavior) we can use the scroll bar to scroll back up to continue.
Screen Name: #5: Reportable Events General - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Select Reportable Events Activities from the SHOW menu drop-down list.
User Prompt: For every particular type of reportable event, there are specific activities that need to take place. To view them, go to the Reportable Events Activities page by selecting "Reportable Events Activities" from the SHOW menu.
Screen Name: #6: Reportable Events Activities - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Select LOST/MISSING PERSON from the EVENT CATEGORY drop-down list.
User Prompt: This page will only show a single event category's activities at a time. For our example, let's look at another category. To do this, select "LOST/MISSING PERSON" from the EVENT CATEGORY drop-down menu.
Screen Name: #7: Reportable Events Activities - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Select Reportable Events Custom Fields from the SHOW menu drop-down list.
User Prompt: Sometimes there are bits of data entry that must be completed for a type of reportable event. Let's now look at these custom fields for the reportable event categories. To do this, select "Reportable Events Custom Fields" from the SHOW menu.
Screen Name: #8: Reportable Events Custom Fields - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Select ILLNESS OR INJURY from the EVENT CATEGORY drop-down list.
User Prompt: This is just the first event category's custom fields. To see other event category custom fields you must select them from the EVENT CATEGORY drop-down menu. For example, let's select "ILLNESS OR INJURY" from the EVENT CATEGORY drop-down.
Screen Name: #9: Reportable Events Custom Fields - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Select Reportable Events Resolutions from the SHOW menu drop-down list.
User Prompt: Now let's view resolutions for the reportable event. To do this, select "Reportable Events Resolutions" from the SHOW menu.
Screen Name: #10: Reportable Events Resolutions - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Step: Click REPORTABLE EVENTS LIST in the EIS Header "Hot Area" REPORTABLE EVENTS LIST in the EIS Header
User Prompt: Along with resolutions for a reportable event, you may also see appeals listed on this page (our example doesn't happen to have an appeal). Let's go back to the listing of reportable events. To do this, click REPORTABLE EVENTS LIST in the EIS Header.
Screen Name: #11: Reportable Events List - Microsoft Internet Explorer

Summary: You have now just been shown how to read information for a reportable event.