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James Madison University School of Nursing Practicum

Evaluation Tool

Student: Bre Bosley Instructor: Tammy Kiser DNP, RN
Site: Suitcase Clinic/ Bridgewater Course #: NSG 453L Term: Fall Date: 12/5/2017
Direct Patient Care: Simulation: 5 Observation: Precepted: 30
Missed Clinical Hours: Other: 55 Total Clinical Contact Hours:
Summative Evaluation
Student Learning Outcomes
Pass/Fail
Health Promotion/Illness Care: Provide health protection and promotion, risk reduction, disease prevention, illness care, rehabilitation, and end
of life care to diverse populations within a holistic framework in a variety of settings. P
Course Objectives: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.
Critical Thinking: Synthesize knowledge, skills, and technology from the established practice and science of nursing, the biological and
psychosocial sciences, and the humanities to engage in critical thinking, clinical reasoning and the nursing process in the care of clients. P
Course Objectives: 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7, 8 & 9
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.
Therapeutic Relationships: Develop caring culturally competent relationships with clients that are sensitive to diverse personal, socio-cultural,
and environmental characteristics, which encourage clients to assume primary responsibility for health care decisions, and in which the nurse P
functions as advocate and advisor.
Course Objectives: 2,3,4,7,8,& 9
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.
Communication: Use effective communication and information technology to communicate interpersonal and health care information.
Course Objectives: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9 P
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and self-
direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.

Professional Role Development: Enhance professional role development.
Course Objectives: 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9 P
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.
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Ethical and Professional Values: Engage in activities to promote self-awareness, self-growth, ethical accountability and legal responsibility in the
practice of nursing. P
Course Objectives: 2,3,4,7,8 & 9
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.
Scholarship: Contribute to excellence in nursing care by scholarly contributions through discovery, integration, application, and teaching.
Contribute to excellence in nursing practice by identifying and critiquing research evidence and integrating it with clinical practice, patient P
preference, cost-benefit, and existing resources.
Course Objectives: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9
Demonstrates satisfactory development of knowledge and skills. Objectives are met consistently and comprehensively, with progressive independence and
self-direction. Shows insight into strengths and areas for growth.

Final Grade P

Areas of strength: Bre was an integral part of a group project at the Suitcase Clinic that implemented a new student-engaged
weekly clinic in the Salvation Army shelter. The group also conducted a community assessment of the
Areas for Growth: Bridgewater, VA area, assessing strengths and gaps in services for the local homeless population. She was also
a valuable participant in the IIHHS Poverty Simulation, and completed care coordination with JMU Student
Skills performed (if applicable) Health
Areas for growth: Continue to work at enhancing your current community nursing and communication skills.

Skills performed (if applicable): Implemented group projects. The nursing process was used, as well as health
informatics, epidemiologic studies, the Community Assessment process, and project evaluation techniques.
Care Coordination hours were completed with JMU Student Health.

Instructor comments:
Bre, Thanks for your work! I have enjoyed working with you this semester.

Faculty Signature: Tammy Kiser DNP, RN Date: 12/6/17 Student Signature: Date:

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