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Overall PerformanceAssessment Name# ItemsIndividual ScoreIndividual Score (% Correct)70.0%20Chicago NCC Quiz 1 Mar 2019Individual Name:Student Number:Individual Score:SAMANTHA PODIELSKYD40730248Institution:70.0%Chamberlain U Chicago BSN2003/14/2019BSNProgram Type:Test Date:# of Questions:Report Created on: 06/17/2019 04:33 PM EDTPage 1 of 5REP_CAA_Indv_Web_1_0Individual Performance ProfileChicago NCC Quiz 1 Mar 2019
No of ItemsIndividual ScoreDescriptionAcute/ChronicAcute540.0%A disease, condition or injury characterized by a relatively sudden onset of symptoms that are usually severe. An episode of acute disease results in: recovery to a state comparable to the clients condition of health and activity before the disease; progression into a chronic illness; or death.No of ItemsIndividual ScoreDescriptionBody FunctionCardiac Output and Tissue Perfusion1100.0%The anatomical structures (heart, blood vessels, and blood) and body functions that support adequate cardiac output and perfusion of body tissues.Cognition and Sensation1172.7%The anatomical structures (brain, central and peripheral nervous systems, eyes and ears) and body functions that support perception, interpretation, and response to internal and external stimuli.Immunity10.0%The anatomic structures (spleen, thymus, bone marrow and lymphatic system) and body functions related to inflammation, immunity, and cell growth.Regulation and Metabolism10.0%The anatomical structures (pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, and adrenal glands) and body functions that regulate the body's internal environment.No of ItemsIndividual ScoreDescriptionBSN EssentialsLiberal Education for Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice1100.0%The need for an education that exposes nurses to multiple fields of study providing the foundation for a global perspective of society as well as high level thinking and acquisition of skills that can be applied to complex patient and system-based problems.Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice250.0%The need for nurses to be able to understand the research process and base practice and clinical judgments upon fact-based evidence to enhance patient outcomes.Clinical Prevention and Population Health887.5%The need for nurses to be able to identify health related risk factors and facilitate behaviors that support health promotion, and disease and injury prevention, while providing population-focused care that is based on principles of epidemiology and promotes social justice.

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