Students rated as “proficient” demonstrate an entry-level expertise in advanced practice competencies and clinical reasoning skills. In comparable programs, the top 25% of students perform at the level of a proficient practitioner. Subjective Data Collection 100 out of 100 Objective Data Collection 1 out of 1 Education and Empathy 9 out of 11 Information Processing 40 out of 40 Time 1421 minutes total spent in assignment Interaction with patient 1179 minutes
Post-exam activities 242 minutes Information Processing : 40 of 40 (100.0%) Each relevant diagnosis is scored on a four-point scale: Priority (1 point): the correct priority of the diagnosis was chosen Evidence (up to 2 points): the strength of the patient cue(s) selected as evidence for the identified diagnosis o Required Evidence: selecting at least one cue that directly indicates the presence of a problem or risk is worth 2 points o Supporting Evidence: selecting at least one cue that is a contributing factor or cause of a problem or risk, without the presence of Required Evidence, is worth 1 point Planning (1 point): the plan proposed to address the diagnosis includes at least one correct component Relevant Diagnoses 1. Acute pain of the foot 4 of 4 points 2. Local infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue of the foot 4 of 4 points 3. Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus 4 of 4 points 4. Asthma 4 of 4 points 5. Dysmenorrhea 4 of 4 points 6. Hypertension 4 of 4 points 7. Menorrhagia 4 of 4 points
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