3 Explains evidence based approaches to patient care that assures safe

3 explains evidence based approaches to patient care

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3. Explains evidence-based approaches to patient care that assures safe treatment and environment. 4. Identifies barriers to quality healthcare and designs innovative strategies to improve healthcare delivery to individuals, families and populations. . Professional Competency Profile The nurse practitioner is also characterized by behaviors that demonstrate a professional approach to nursing and an integration of the SAU concept in practice. As an advanced practice registered nurse it is important for graduates to demonstrate effective communication skills, to complete clinical and academic work accurately and completely, to accept responsibility and to be self- directed, and to demonstrate professionalism in all aspects of their clinical practice. Students will evaluate themselves and be evaluated by their instructor for these behaviors at the begining of each semester during their clinical practicum. The faculty will submit one at the end or as needed. Any student receiving an unacceptable score for any criteria will not be able to continue the clinical practicum until a plan for improvement is developed by the student and accepted by the NP Director.
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NUR680 23 1/19 Grading Rubrics SOAP Note Grading Rubric
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NUR680 28 1/19 Module Assignment Rubric Criteria Unacceptable 1 point Below Average 2 points Above Average 3 points Exceptional 4 points Utilize critical reasoning in diagnosing health problems. The problems, scope, and seriousness was clearly identified in the discussion. There was a well- focused diagnosis of key problems Identifies and understands few of the issues in case study – much of the description of the disease/ pathology is missing. Fails to clearly justify diagnosis or note secondary problems. Identifies and understands some of the issues in the case study – some description of disease/pathology. Fails to clearly justify diagnosis or note secondary problems Identifies and understands most of the main issues in the case study – good description of disease/pathology. Clear justification for diagnosis. Notes most secondary problems. Identifies & understands all of the main issues in the case study – thorough description of disease/ pathology. Clear justification for diagnosis. Notes all secondary problems. Incorporate evidence-based treatment options in planning care. Evidence is peer- reviewed Sources are 5 years old or less Incomplete research and links to any readings; sources selected are weak, inappropriate with many errors in how citations are cited in text and/or in Reference section; APA style not followed Limited research and documented links to any readings; sources lack depth or may be inappropriate; some errors in how citations are cited in text and/or in Reference section but APA style mainly implemented Good research and documented links to the material read; sources selected are mostly solid and citations are cited in text and in Reference section in APA style Excellent research into the issues with
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