Based on the identified connections between cues and patient conditions/problems, learner is able to identify and rank three (3) client conditions/problems critical to positive patient outcomes.

Concept Mapping Spring 23 edits
Concept Mapping Spring 23 edits
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDisease Process and Pathophysiology Risk Factors
5 pts
Satisfactory
Learner performs a thorough review of the disease process pathophysiology; identifies risk factors.
3.5 pts
Beginning
There are critical aspects of pathophysiology missing. This entry is incomplete.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
The pathophysiology information is missing.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRecognizing Cues
What matters most?
5 pts
Satisfactory
Based on available patient data, the learner identifies at least four (4) critical cues that are significant and could impact the patient condition. The learner may consider both subjective and objective patient data.
3.5 pts
Beginning
Based on available patient data, the learner identifies two (2) or three (3) critical cue(s) that are significant and could impact the patient condition. The learner may consider both subjective and objective patient data.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Based on available patient data, the learner identifies zero (0) or one (1) critical cue(s) that are significant and could impact the patient condition. The learner may consider both subjective and objective patient data.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalyzing Cues
What could it mean?
5 pts
Satisfactory
Based on the identified cues, the learner is able to create three (3) – four (4) supporting connections between the relevant cues and client conditions/problems.
3.5 pts
Beginning
Based on the identified cues, the learner is able to create two (2) supporting connections between the cues and patient condition/problems.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Based on the identified cues, the learner is able to create one (1) or zero (0) supporting connection(s) between the cues and patient condition/problems.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePrioritizing Hypotheses
Where do I start?
5 pts
Satisfactory
Based on the identified connections between cues and patient conditions/problems, learner is able to identify and rank three (3) client conditions/problems critical to positive patient outcomes. These should be listed with most urgent problems first.
3.5 pts
Beginning
Based on the identified connections between cues and patient conditions/problems, learner is able to identify and rank two (2) client conditions/problems critical to positive patient outcomes. These should be listed with most urgent problems first. This point value is also chosen if client/problems are not listed with the priority concern(s) first.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Based on the identified connections between cues and patient conditions/problems, learner identifies zero (0) or one (1) client conditions/problems critical to positive patient outcomes.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGenerating Solutions
What can I do?
5 pts
Satisfactory
List five (5) solutions/outcomes with appropriate interventions that will positively impact client outcomes and are appropriate to the care of the client. Outcomes/goals are listed in the SMART format.
3.5 pts
Beginning
List three (3) to four (4) solutions/outcomes with appropriate interventions that will positively impact client outcomes and are appropriate to the care of the client. Outcomes/goals are listed in the SMART format.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
List zero (0) to two (2) solutions/outcomes with appropriate interventions that will positively impact client outcomes and are appropriate to the care of the client. This point value is also chosen if outcomes/goals are not listed in the SMART format.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTaking Actions
What will I do?
5 pts
Satisfactory
Describe how each of the five (5) identified nursing interventions will be performed, implemented, administered, communicated, or taught.
3.5 pts
Beginning
Describe how three (3) to four (4) of the identified nursing interventions will be performed, implemented, administered, communicated, or taught.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Describe zero (0) to two (2) of the identified nursing interventions will be performed, implemented, administered, communicated, or taught.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvaluating Outcomes
Did it help?
2.5 pts
Satisfactory
Describe how you will determine the effectiveness of the five (5) priority nursing interventions you implemented. How will you know if your interventions are effective or not?
1.5 pts
Beginning
Describe how you will determine the effectiveness of three (3) to four (4) priority nursing interventions you implemented. How will you know if your interventions are effective or not?
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Describe how you will determine the effectiveness of zero (0) to two (2) priority nursing interventions you implemented.
2.5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNursing Process template
2.5 pts
Satisfactory
Recognizing the completion of this template will assist the learner with the concept map assignment, all six (6) boxes are thoroughly completed. The SBAR information is thoroughly identified, and the chosen concept for the assignment is clearly identified.
1.5 pts
Beginning
Information is missing from one (1) to three (3) box(es). The SBAR information is thoroughly identified, and the chosen concept for the assignment is clearly identified.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Information is missing from four (4) to six (6) boxes. This point value is also chosen if the SBAR information is missing and/or the chosen concept for the assignment is not identified.
2.5 pts

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