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MUSTIMPROVE: Performance is insufficient, inaccurate, not individualized, inconsistent, disorganized, indiscriminate, inappropriate. Requires direction to perform safely.With direction: Makes accurate observations; interprets familiar data correctly; recognizes the dimensions of health for fullness in living. Inconsistently includes data on pathophysiology, medications, nutrition, development level, family relationships, & cultural and spiritual factors that impact the dimensions of health.With direction: Formulates prioritized nursing diagnoses list in clear, concise, patient oriented terms that include health promotion behaviors, growth and development, pathology of the illness/disease, medications, nutrition, and cultural and spiritual preferences; states problem & causative factors. Direct links between assessment data and nursing diagnoses are not clear.ACCEPTABLE: With assistance, performance is adequate, basic, relevant, organized, prioritized, planned, congruent with Standards of Practice, correct, safe, pertinent, timely, respectful of human dignity, documented from class & text.With assistance: Collects data from a variety of sources to assess the dimensions of health for fullness in living, the pathophysiology of the illness/disease, and cultural and spiritual and developmental factors relating to health, medications, and nutritional status. Updates assessment as additional data are obtained. Assesses teaching/learning needs.Applies concepts of pathophysiology, epidemiology, stratification, vulnerable populations, public health, scientific, processes & findings of clinical research to assessment of dimensions of health. Assesses groups and communities; identifies needs of populations served by various community agenciesWith assistance: Formulates prioritized nursing diagnoses list in clear, concise, patient oriented terms that include health promotion behaviors, growth and development, pathophysiology of the illness/disease, medications, nutrition, cultural and spiritual preferences; states problem & causative factors. Nursing diagnoses are derived from assessment data.Supports nursing diagnoses with assessment data reflective of pathophysiology, epidemiologic, stratification, vulnerable, and public healthconcepts, scientific principles, & findings of clinical research. Formulates prioritized nursing diagnoses list for groups and the community.COMMENDABLE: With minimal assistance, performance is prioritized according to theory, individualized, flexible, wellplanned, documented from current literature, adapted to some unexpected occurrences, thorough, prevents covert safety risks, facilitative, reflective of additional preparation, and is based on good problem-solving & decision-making techniques.With minimal assistance: Uses opportunities to validate datawith family; recognizes gaps in readily available data & seeks resources to obtain more complete assessment.