Pharmacy Practice I_Aug28_2012syllabus (5)

The student clearly presents the so what identifying

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The student clearly presents the ‘so what’. Identifying the ‘Now What’ The student does not achieve/present this. The student partially achieves/ presents this; presentation of the ‘now what’ lacks clarity. The student clearly presents the ‘now what’. Total Content Points Written Communication Elements 0 Points 1 Point 2 Points 3 Points Proper Grammar ≥ 3 grammar errors 2 grammar errors 1 grammar error No grammar errors Accurate Spelling ≥ 3 spelling errors 2 spelling errors 1 spelling error No spelling errors Transition and Flow Lack of transition and logical flow. Smooth transition < 50% of the time; significant gaps in logical flow. Smooth transition < 50% of the time; flow is logical for majority of work. Smooth transition > 50% of the time; flow is logical for majority of work. Total Writing Points
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August 28, 2012 8 Total Points Earned (24 max):
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August 28, 2012 9 Comments:Appendix C –Ethics Cases Students will be assigned to work in groups to evaluate and address an ethical case. Each group will submit a formal write-up of their case, using the Five Step Model for Ethical Decision Making, to the course’s digital drop box by 12noon on Wednesday, 11/28. The cases will be discussed in class on 11/29 and 12/6. This assignment contributes a maximum of 10% towards the final course grade. The 10 percentage points will be earned using the following rubric applied to your write-up. Ethical Problem:_____________________________________________________________ Group Members:________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Step 0 Points 1 Point 2 points 1. Respond to the ‘sense’ or feeling that something is wrong. Not presented or achieved. Partially achieved/presented; presentation of this step of the model lacks clarity. This step of the model is clearly presented. 2. Gather information/make an assessment. Not presented or achieved. Partially achieved/presented; presentation of this step of the model lacks clarity. This step of the model is applied in a thorough manner and is clearly presented. 3. Identify the ethical problem/consider a moral diagnosis. Not presented or achieved. Partially achieved/presented; presentation of this step of the model lacks clarity. This step of the model is accurate and clearly presented. 4. Seek a resolution. Not presented or achieved. Partially achieved/presented; presentation of this step of the model lacks clarity. This step of the model is well thought out and clearly presented. 5. Work with others to determine a course of action. Not presented or achieved. Partially achieved/presented; presentation of this step of the model lacks clarity. Course(s) of action are well-founded and clearly defined and presented. Comments: Total Points Earned:
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