Information and inspiration for thought-leaders in mental wellness and education
Our blog features a variety of content from the latest trends and social issues impacting education, to interviews with subject matter experts and clients who are successfully using Kognito products. Additionally, we also feature cutting edge research from our in-house team related to student and athlete mental health, product efficacy and cultivating resiliency after trauma. Check in weekly for the latest blog updates.
Kognito’s Insights Reports are an important part of client success. Insights reports highlight our clients’ key data points, utilization of Kognito simulations, and the change and impact those simulations are having in their institution.
Over the past year, a number of peer-reviewed journals have reviewed Kognito simulations to determine their effectiveness – here’s what they’ve found.
Motivational interviewing is a counseling method proven effective to drive patients towards behavior change; but in reality, motivational interviewing takes practice to master. Kognito’s instructional designer Seth Bleecker shows healthcare professionals three ways to have better conversations about behavior change, right now.
LOS ANGELES – June 20, 2019 – Kognito’s Talk To Someone: Triple Negative Breast Cancer simulation has received a Bronze Medal citation for excellence in the Healthcare category in the 2019 International Serious Play Awards program.
Kognito’s Trauma-Informed Practices for K12 Schools simulation has received a Gold Medal citation for excellence in the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) category in the 2019 International Serious Play Awards program.
EdWeek Market Brief highlights how Kognito is leveraging interactive simulation technology to help train adults in the K-12 space to address mental health issues.
Discover how Kognito’s interactive simulation technology is poised to be a transformative tool for training healthcare professionals in this new spotlight by the National Healthcareer Association.
Over the past year, colleges and universities across the country have implemented Kognito simulations to change the culture around student mental health.
To combat the substance use epidemic, simple evidence-based substance use training for healthcare providers is critical in order to identify more at-risk patients and assess their readiness to change.