Patient Journey Escape Room*

*The following case is based on real patient interviews and physician experience.

Victor, 52-year-old man with chronic pancreatitis (CP) and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI)

How well do you understand the journey of a patient with EPI?

Close to 3 years ago, Victor was hospitalized with acute pancreatitis. Later, an abdominal computed tomography (CT) scan showed pancreatic calcifications indicating CP. He was able to manage his intermittent abdominal pain with over-the-counter (OTC) nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, but during the past year he started having additional GI symptoms that got progressively worse despite his best efforts to control them. His GI symptoms included postprandial pain, flatulence, bloating, and diarrhea.

Escape Room Instructions

  • In this Escape Room, you will be tasked with finding 7 clues in 15 minutes. These clues are meant to help you experience the emotional and physical impact EPI has on the daily private lives of patients.
  • You will explore 3 different rooms, each containing hints and clues. Hints will be provided to help you locate the corresponding clue. When you find the clue, use your mouse or touchscreen to click on it. After you finish finding clues in one room, you can proceed to the next room or go back to the previous room. You can also use your mouse to move around the rooms and to zoom in/out.
  • Once you identify the correct clue, you will be asked a question that examines the impact EPI has on the daily lives of patients.
  • Upon answering the question, you will be prompted to listen to the next hint.
  • Once you find all the clues and exit the Escape Room, you’ll see your results and how they compare to those of your peers.
  • Click here to explore Victor’s living spaces and find different clues that will provide insight into his experience living with CP and EPI.
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ABBV-US-00671-MC | Approved November 2021