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Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric Level of Practice Exemplary = 4 Accomplished = 3 Developing = 2 Beginning = 1 Effective Noticing involves: Focused Observation Focuses observation appropriately; regularly observes and monitors a wide variety of objective and subjective data to uncover any useful information Regularly observes/monitors a variety of data, including both subjective and objective; most useful information is noticed, may miss the most subtle signs Attempts to monitor a variety of subjective and objective data, but is overwhelmed by the array of data; focuses on the most obvious data, missing some important information Confused by the clinical situation and the amount/type of data; observation is not organized and important data is missed, and/or assessment errors are made Recognizing deviations from expected patterns Recognizes subtle patterns and deviations from expected patterns in data and uses these to guide the assessment Recognizes most obvious patterns and deviations in data and uses these to continually assess Identifies obvious patterns and deviations, missing some important information; unsure how to continue the assessment Focuses on one thing at a time and misses most patterns/deviations from expectations; misses opportunities to refine the assessment Information seeking Assertively seeks information to plan intervention: carefully collects useful subjective data from observing the client and from interacting with the client and family Actively seeks subjective information about the client’s situation from the client and family to support planning interventions; occasionally does not pursue important leads Makes limited efforts to seek additional information from the client/family; often seems not to know what information to seek and/or pursues unrelated information Is ineffective in seeking information; relies mostly
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