debriefing session identifies rationale for treatment decisions and supports

Debriefing session identifies rationale for treatment

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debriefing session: identifies rationale for treatment decisions and supports assessment and treatment approaches with evidence-based guidelines. Total 100 A quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.
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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR509 Advanced Physical Assessment Grading Rubric Category Satisfactory Unsatisfactory 10 POINTS 0 POINTS Knowledge Application and Transfer Participant generalizes knowledge gained from simulation and transfers understanding to discussion of clinical practice and/or to patient safety. Unable to generalize or transfer knowledge and understanding gained from simulation to discussion of clinical practice and/or to patient safety. 10 POINTS 0 POINTS Interpersonal and Communication Skills Presents and expresses ideas and information clearly and concisely; Listens actively to what others are saying to achieve understanding; Shares information with others and facilitates the open exchange of ideas and information. Unable to clearly and concisely express ideas; or does not allow others to express opinions; or does not exchange ideas or information with the group; or is withdrawn from the group. 5 POINTS 0 POINTS Analytical Abilities Identifies rationale for treatment decisions and supports assessment and treatment approaches with evidence-based guidelines. Unable to identify rationale for treatment decisions, support assessment, or does not approach treatment with evidence-based guidelines. Total Possible = 25 Points 25 Points 0 Points
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