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Reflects on current theory and clinical class with concepts and theories using the Program Learning Outcomes and BSN Essentials listed in the syllabus Points: 3.3 (33.00%) 1. Reflects on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other (transfer of knowledge to apply to clinical)- Focused to Current Term. 2. Synthesizes theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience. 3. Uses skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Applies knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Feedback: Points: 2.508 (25.08%) 1. Limited reflection on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other (transfer of knowledge to apply to clinical)- Focused to Current Term. 2. Limited synthesis of theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience 3. Use limited skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Applies limited knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Feedback: Points: 1.65 (16.50%) 1.No reflection on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other 2. Does not synthesize theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience 3. Does not use skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Does not apply knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Feedback:
Develops an effective communication style for interacting with current patients, families, and the interdisciplinary health team when providing holistic, patient centered nursing care to populations encountered in this course. Points: 3.4 (34.00%) 1. Reflects on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Describes inter-collaborative involvement (i.e. Interprofessional rounds; consultations and interaction with PT/OT; Respiratory Therapy, Pharmacist consultation—describe their role/ contribution.) Feedback: Points: 2.584 (25.84%) 1. A limited reflection on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Describes limited inter-collaborative involvement Feedback: Points: 1.7 (17.00%) 1. No reflection on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Does not describes inter-collaborative involvement Feedback:
Models leadership when providing safe, quality nursing care; coordinating the healthcare team; and when tasked with oversight and accountability for care delivery. Points: 3.3 (33.00%) 1. Describe an event that demonstrates: • application of leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, • healthcare team coordination • the oversight and accountability for care delivery 2. Describe an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Feedback: Points: 2.508 (25.08%) 1. Describes limited leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination and the oversight and accountability for care delivery 2. Limited description of an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Feedback: Points: 1.65 (16.50%) 1. Gives no examples of leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings 2. Does not describe an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Feedback:
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Reflects on current theory and clinical class with concepts and theories using the Program Learning Outcomes and BSN Essentials listed in the syllabus–
Levels of Achievement: Meets Expectations 3.3 (33.00%) points 1. Reflects on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other (transfer of knowledge to apply to clinical)- Focused to Current Term. 2. Synthesizes theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience. 3. Uses skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Applies knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Approaches Expectations 2.508 (25.08%) points 1. Limited reflection on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other (transfer of knowledge to apply to clinical)- Focused to Current Term. 2. Limited synthesis of theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience 3. Use limited skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Applies limited knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Does Not Meet Expectations 1.65 (16.50%) points 1.No reflection on current theory class and clinical and how courses support each other 2. Does not synthesize theories and concepts from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience 3. Does not use skills of inquiry and analysis to address practice issues 4. Does not apply knowledge of social and cultural factors in the care of populations encountered in this course. Feedback:
Develops an effective communication style for interacting with current patients, families, and the interdisciplinary health team when providing holistic, patient centered nursing care to populations encountered in this course.–
Levels of Achievement: Meets Expectations 3.4 (34.00%) points 1. Reflects on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Describes inter-collaborative involvement (i.e. Interprofessional rounds; consultations and interaction with PT/OT; Respiratory Therapy, Pharmacist consultation—describe their role/ contribution.) Approaches Expectations 2.584 (25.84%) points 1. A limited reflection on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Describes limited inter-collaborative involvement Does Not Meet Expectations 1.7 (17.00%) points 1. No reflection on providing holistic patient care to populations encountered in this course. 2. Does not describes inter-collaborative involvement Feedback:
Models leadership when providing safe, quality nursing care; coordinating the healthcare team; and when tasked with oversight and accountability for care delivery.–
Levels of Achievement: Meets Expectations 3.3 (33.00%) points 1. Describe an event that demonstrates: • application of leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, • healthcare team coordination • the oversight and accountability for care delivery 2. Describe an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Approaches Expectations 2.508 (25.08%) points 1. Describes limited leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination and the oversight and accountability for care delivery 2. Limited description of an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Does Not Meet Expectations 1.65 (16.50%) points 1. Gives no examples of leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings 2. Does not describe an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team Feedback:
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