Writing clinical evals
- 0Feb 10, '13 by suniI know this sounds like it should be simple but I do my weekly antedotals and they always seem about the same. Good documentation, safe med administration, care of patient etc.
As the semester mid term approaches other then areas of weakness and naming strengths do I need a lot more detail in this area?
Novice educator so all help is welcome.
- 0Feb 10, '13 by Whispera, BSN, MSN, APRN, CNSI try to include descriptions of things that the student does particularly well, or personal characteristics that will make him or her a great nurse. Clinical evaluations go in the student's record and are sometimes used if he calls the school and asks for a reference, in the future. Someone who doesn't know him could refer to them for some info., and instructors that might have forgotten him might have their memory rebooted on reading the evaluations.
- 1Feb 11, '13 by iluvivtWhat about some things like:
patient teaching skills/effectiveness of their teaching
use of therapeutic communication skills
critical thinking/prioritization skills/problem solving skills
use of the nursing process/ patient goal setting
how they apply theory to practice
how well they can apply nursing action to EBP or a rational for providing care
time management skills