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IM3005: Healthcare Technology and Informed Decision Making: Create educational plans in collaboration with patients based on information from healthcare technology.

Assessment Rubric

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

Part 1: Educational Plan

Healthcare Technology

Describe and define health diagnoses, treatments, or medications from patient portal.

LO1: Describe relevant medical information necessary for patient education.

Response is not present. Response includes a description of health diagnoses, treatments, or medications from the patient portal that is vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response includes definitions of health diagnoses, treatments, or medications from the patient portal that is vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response accurately and sufficiently describes health diagnoses, treatments, or medications from the patient portal.

Response accurately and thoroughly defines health diagnoses, treatments, or medications from the patient portal.

Analyze relevant statistics and individual health vital signs based on patient medical history.

LO2: Analyze health statistics based on patient medical history.

Response is not present. Response provides an explanation of health statistics and vital signs that vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response provides an explanation of relevant health statistics and individual vital signs that relate to the patient’s health history.

Patient Health Literacy

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o Create patient

educational plans

relevant to patient’s

health literacy.

LO1: Apply patient health literacy into the design of patient educational plan.

Response is not present. Response includes the application of health literacy that is vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response does not adhere to health literacy strategies into the design of the patient educational plan.

Response includes the application of the six elements of health literacy to support patient ease of understanding and to enhance the educational plan.

Response applies appropriate health literacy strategies to the patient’s educational plan.

Part 2: Delivering Your Educational Plan

o Create video

presentation to

communicate

educational plan to

individual patient.

LO1: Apply effective communication strategies into the delivery of a patient educational plan.

Response is not present. Response includes a presentation that is vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response includes a presentation that is not aligned with the patient educational plan.

Response includes a presentation that is not clear or consistent with the recommendations of the patient educational plan.

Response includes a 3- to 5-minute presentation that is well aligned to the recommendations of the patient educational plan.

Response includes a 3- to 5-minute presentation that is clear, consistent, and enhances the dialogue between the nurse and patient.

Response includes a 3- to 5-minute presentation that adheres to information contained within the patient portal.

Care Coordination Recommend additional sources of support for patients with similar health needs/diagnoses.

LO1: Recommend care coordination based on patient context for health needs.

Response is not present. Response includes an explanation of additional sources of support that is vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response includes an explanation of additional sources of support that is not related to the patient health history.

Response includes additional sources of support that are consistent with the patient health history.

Response includes recommendations for care coordination plans that align with the context of the patient based on information from the patient health history.

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Response includes an explanation of care coordination that is vague, inaccurate or incomplete.

Patient-Centered Care o Apply patient-centered

care strategies in the

educational plans.

LO1: Apply patient- centered care strategies in the design of patient educational plans.

Response is not present. Response includes patient- centered care strategies that are vague, inaccurate, or incomplete.

Response includes patient-centered care strategies that enhance the patient educational plan.

Exceeds Expectations: Inquiry and Analysis.

LO1: Use in-depth information from relevant sources presenting various points of view and approaches.

Presentation synthesizes the incorporation of patient-centered strategies that integrates the individual needs of the patient as evidenced by effective communication and detailed instructions to empower patient health decision-making.

 Yes  No

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Written Communication: Write with clarity, coherence, and purpose.

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

LO2: Demonstrate the effective use of grammar and mechanics. (AWE 2; Sentence Level Skills)

Multiple inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics impede reader’s access to ideas.

Some inaccuracies in grammar and mechanics limit reader’s access to ideas.

Use of grammar and mechanics is straightforward and effectively conveys meaning to reader.

LO4: Use supporting material to support a claim. (AWE 2; Use of Evidence)

Supporting materials are not present.

Supporting material is used inconsistently or inappropriately.

Supporting material is used to enhance meaning. Writing is appropriately paraphrased and uses direct quotes as applicable.

LO6: Identify sources (AWE 2; Credit to source)

Sources are missing. Writing inconsistently identifies or misrepresents sources.

Writing clearly identifies the source of unoriginal material and/or ideas.

Oral Communication: Communicate with clarity, coherence, and purpose.

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

LO1: Use clear enunciation, correct pronunciation, comfortable pacing, and appropriate volume.

Speaker mumbles or speaks in a monotone, mispronounces words, and/or struggles to find appropriate pacing or volume.

Speaker inconsistently uses clear enunciation, correct pronunciation, comfortable pacing, and appropriate volume.

Speaker engages the audience through mostly clear enunciation, correct pronunciation, comfortable pacing, and appropriate volume.

LO 2: Organize information to be presented.

Information is disorganized to a degree that impedes audience understanding.

Organization of information minimally supports audience understanding.

Organization of information generally enhances audience understanding of concepts.

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Information Literacy: Apply strategies to evaluate information in order to effectively analyze issues and make decisions. 0

Not Present 1

Needs Improvement 2

Meets Expectations

LO1: Identify and locate credible sources.

No sources or non- credible sources are present.

Sources are inconsistently credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

Sources are mostly credible, appropriate, and relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

LO2: Analyze information sources.

Analysis is not present. Analysis superficially applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment and/or analysis is unclear.

Analysis thoroughly and clearly applies aspects of sources that are most relevant to the topic and/or assessment.

LO3: Synthesize information from multiple, credible sources.

Synthesis is not present.

Synthesis demonstrates a vague connection between multiple sources and/or the topic.

Synthesis demonstrates a clear and cohesive connection between multiple sources and/or ideas to support a given topic.

Inquiry and Analysis: Apply strategies to identify, frame, and evaluate issues and problems.

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

LO1: Identify a problem or question in a selected area of study.

No problem or question is presented.

The problem or question is vague or inappropriate to the selected field of study.

The problem or question is clearly stated in a form appropriate to the selected field of study.

LO2: Use a logical organizing principle to identify the key parts or elements of a problem or question in a selected field of study.

Elements or parts of the problem or question are not presented.

Elements or parts of the problem or question are presented in a disorganized manner.

Elements or parts of the problem or question are presented in an organized manner.

Technology: Use technology effectively.

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

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LO1: Apply the features of technology programs (i.e, Excel, Word, PowerPoint) to communicate information effectively.

Technology program is not applied appropriately.

Technology program includes multiple formatting issues and/or is difficult to interpret.

Technology program includes proper formatting.

Data can be easily read and interpreted.

Applied and Collaborative Learning: Apply knowledge and skills in collaboration with others to solve authentic problems.

0 Not Present

1 Needs Improvement

2 Meets Expectations

LO1: Recognize how compromise, mutual respect, and shared responsibility help people achieve a common goal.

Evidence of recognition is not present.

Evidence of recognition is unclear or incomplete.

Response includes evidence that demonstrates recognition of how compromise, mutual respect, and shared responsibility help people achieve a common goal.

LO2: Apply collaboration skills to create workable solutions to complex problems.

Application is not present.

Response applies inappropriate collaboration skills or the collaboration results in inappropriate or unrealistic solutions.

Response generally applies relevant and appropriate collaboration skills to create workable solutions to complex problems.