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Comprehensive Assessment Results | Turned InMedical Surgical Nursing 1- February 2017, SCR 210Return to AssignmentYour ResultsLab PassLab PassThis score measures your performance on the StudentPerformance Index in relation to other students incomparable academic programs. Your instructor haschosen to scale your Student Performance Index scoreso that the average score on the index is a 80.0%. Thisscore may not be your final grade if your instructorchooses to include additional components, such asdocumentation or time spent.Patient: Tina JonesDigital Clinical Experience Score70.7%BeginningDevelopingProficientSubjective DataCollection23 out of 43Objective Data Collection59 out of 73Interaction with patient92 minutesPost-exam activities15 minutesTime107 minutes total spent in assignmentStudent Performance Index82 out of 116Proficiency Level: BeginningStudents rated as “beginning” are starting to developtheir nursing competencies and clinical reasoning skills.In comparable nursing programs, 50% of studentsperform at the level of a beginning nurse. Review yourresults in the tabs on the left side of the page to identifyareas for improvement.Indicates an item that you found.Indicates an item that is available to befound.Subjective Data Collection: 23 of 43 (53.5%)OverviewTranscriptSubjective Data CollectionObjective Data CollectionDocumentationPlan My ExamSelf-ReﬂectionExperience OverviewHover To Reveal...Hover over the Patient Dataitemsbelow to reveal important information,including Pro Tipsand ExampleQuestions.Reason for last visit was annual gynecologicalexam (Available)Subjective ActionPro Tip:Establishing a timeline for which healthcareproviders Tina has seen will allow you to develop acomprehensive health history. Asking Tina why shesaw a healthcare provider might indicate any recenthealth concerns or problems. Example Question:"Why did you see a healthcareprovider?"
CategoryScored ItemsExperts selected these topics as essentialcomponents of a strong, thorough interviewwith this patient.Patient DataNot ScoredA combination of open and closed questionswill yield better patient data. The followingdetails are facts of the patient's case.