GUIDED PRACTICE competences - evaluation
Methods:Self-assessment, clinical supervisors’ assessment, peer assessment by dialogic discussion
Learning process of the student
Attainment of the student’s self-set competence goals, purposefulness, self-directedness, information/data retrieval, and justifying the action taken.
Self- and peer-assessment in the learning process, and feedback from the supervisors.
Compliance with confidentiality, secrecy and privacy protection policies, and legislative issues, acting according to the values and principles of professional ethics, compliance with safety regulations at work, taking responsibility for own action, therapeutic attitude towards the client/patient/family/cooperation and study networks. Responsibility for own professional development.
Co-operation and communication competence
Ability to start and maintain professional communication at work: patient and client relationships, employee skills, collegiality, team-work skills, pair work skills, multi-professional work skills, co-operation with care and service units/institutions, organisations and networks. Co-operation and interaction is focused on the main objective/mission of the unit.
Mentoring and Counseling Competence
Ability to mentor and counsel different patients/clients, their next-of-kin and groups. Supports and guides the client in self-care and management of personal health problems and concerns. Health promotion competence.
Nursing process, reporting, information provision and documentation, coordination. Self-leadership competence, awareness, autonomy, positive outlook, creativity, responsibility.
Clinical competence in nursing
Identification of the biopsychosocial needs and problems of the patient/client/close network. Holistic evaluation of the patient. Planning, implementation and evaluation of the nursing interventions. Use of methods and tools in nursing. Functioning in care relationship. Examination- and nursing procedures. Ergonomy. Aseptics. Fluid therapy and pharmacotherapy.
Criteria for the grade “Fail” of Guided practice:
Student can fail the guided clinical practice based on the assessment criteria of professional, co-operational or development competencies. Guided practice can be assessed as a “Fail” based on a single criterium in the context of the following competencies:
neglect of ethical principles, regulations, legislation,
endangering patient safety,
- insufficient knowledge and skills in nursing
drawbacks in co-operation competence
non-commitment in care relationships
non-collegiality in action
- essential deficiency in professional interaction
Development and developing competence
lack of motivation and self-initiative
lack of purposefulness
unplanned training/guided practice
drawbacks in self-assessment and reflection
- drawbacks in working life (employment) skills