To access DecisionSim, you (or your organization) must be a licensed user.
If you were instructed to access your simulation through your organization’s Learning Management System (LMS), you should not have to enter a login or password for DecisionSim. If you see our Login page, take the following steps:
If you are not accessing DecisionSim through an LMS and cannot log in, try the following:
If none of these options enable you log in, contact DecisionSim, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org
To change your password, to something easier to remember:
Contact your DecisionSim system administrator to obtain a login.
If you are an ACP member, contact ACP directly by going to http://vp.acponline.org/virtualpatients/Contact/Index
If you do not know who your system administrator is, contact email@example.com
Most modern computers and tablets will play DecisionSim simulations just fine, without any modification. In order to ensure you have the best experience running DecisionSim, we recommend using the following browsers (with all current updates applied):
DecisionSim is a cloud based application. Most modern computers and tablets will play DecisionSim simulations just fine, without any modification.
Recommended browsers for the best experience (with all current updates applied):
To play the simulations developed in DecisionSim, you do not need any additional browser plug-ins.
Adobe Flash is required if you will be authoring DecisionSim simulations.
The most common reason you cannot see a simulation in the Case Library tab is that “Hide Public Cases” is checked. Uncheck this option.
The Case Library may also be empty if you entered a search term that returned no results. Clearing the search term by clicking the “x” next to it should cause the list of your simulations to be displayed.
The Reports button is on the Case Details page. Select the Case Details page and you will find the Report icon on the left hand side. Selecting this icon will bring you to the list of available reports.
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