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Purpose
Debriefing is a critical conversation to reframe the context of a situation and to clarify perspectives and assumptions, both subjectively and objectively. Debriefing yields better retention, deeper learning, and increases the likelihood of the transfer of new or reinforced knowledge, skills and abilities to the clinical or broader healthcare setting. During the debriefing process, students reflect upon their simulation experience and revisit their assessments, interventions, and observations. The faculty-facilitator coaches the students to review the patient data and reflect upon the interventions performed in response to the clinical situation presented during the simulation experience
Activity Learning Outcomes
Through this discussion, the student will demonstrate the ability to:
Reframe the context of a situation to clarify perspectives and assumptions (CO1)
Foster high participant engagement through the use of interpersonal and communication skills (CO1)
Differentiate normal and abnormal assessment findings (CO2)
Facilitate transfer of knowledge gained from simulation experiences to actual clinical practice (CO4)
Due Date
The date and time for these synchronous activities will be posted in the course announcements made by the course instructor.
Students are expected to arrive on time for Debriefing. Students who arrive late will be denied access to the debriefing session (locked out) by the debriefing facilitator. If the facilitator allows a student who is late to attend the debriefing session, a deduction of 10% of the total points will be applied to the final grade.
Total Points Possible: 30 Points
Requirements:
NOTE: Students who attend Debriefing DO NOT COMPLETE the NR 509 Alternative Writing Assignment for the given week.
In order to participate in debriefing, you must have completed the Shadow Health (SH) assessment assignment including the reflection questions and concept lab (if applicable). Students who do not complete the assignment will write the Alternative Writing Assignment (see separate rubric).
Save or print a copy of your Shadow Health reflection question responses to refer to during the debriefing session.
Register to attend one debriefing session per week using the registration links posted in the course announcements by the course instructor.
Arrive to the scheduled WebEx session on-time and appropriately connect to the WebEx audio system.
Attendance at the debriefing does not equal participation; students must be active and engaged.
During each debriefing session, every student is expected to:
Express ideas and information in a clear and concise manner in order to facilitate an open exchange of ideas and information with peers and faculty
Be professional and respectful and listen actively to what others are saying
Demonstrate application of knowledge with regard to the evidenced-based principles of advanced physical assessment, patient management and safety, and transference of knowledge and understanding to the actual clinical environment
DISCUSSION CONTENT
Category
Points
%
Description
Knowledge Application and Transfer
10
33.3
Participants will demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of knowledge gained from the simulation activities; apply evidence from lessons and EBP resources to the discussion, and translate knowledge to patient management and safety in the clinical environment
Interpersonal and Communication Skills
10
33.3
Participants will express all ideas and information in a clear and concise manner; actively listen to the debriefing facilitator and peers; share ideas with others in an open exchange and use professional language and behavior.
Analytical Abilities
10
33.3
Participants will use EBP sources to justify and support diagnoses and treatment decisions; support all assessment and treatment approaches with guidelines; demonstrate critical thinking skills; and use logic and appropriate clinical judgement.
30
100%
DISCUSSION TOTAL= ____ out of 30 points
Rubric
NR509 Weeks 1-6 Debriefing_Sept19 (3)
NR509 Weeks 1-6 Debriefing_Sept19 (3)
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Discussion Content Possible Points = 30 Points
Criterion 1 Knowledge Application and Transfer
Must demonstrate the following elements:
Participant demonstrates knowledge gained from activity
Incorporate evidence from lessons and EBP resources with discussion
Demonstrate understanding of evidenced-based principles of advanced physical assessment
Translate understanding to patient management and safety in the clinical environment
(4 Required Elements)
10 pts
Excellent
Demonstrates all elements for the Criterion
9 pts
V. Good
Missing 1 element for the Criterion
8 pts
Satisfactory
Missing 2 elements for the Criterion
5 pts
Needs Improvement
Missing 3 elements for the Criterion
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Missing 4 elements for the Criterion OR Did not participate
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Criterion 2 Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Must demonstrate the following elements:
Express all ideas and information in a clear and concise manner
Listen actively to what others were saying
Share information with others and facilitated an open exchange of ideas and information
Use professional language and behavior
(4 Required Elements)
10 pts
Excellent
Demonstrates all elements of the Criterion
9 pts
V. Good
Missing 1 element of the Criterion
8 pts
Satisfactory
Missing 2 elements of the Criterion
5 pts
Needs Improvement
Missing 3 elements of the Criterion
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Missing 4 elements for the Criterion OR Did not participate
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCriterion 3 Analytical Abilities
Must demonstrate the following elements:
Identify EBP rationales for all treatment decisions
Support all assessment and treatment approaches with evidence-based guidelines
Demonstrate critical thinking skills
Demonstrate logical and appropriate clinical judgement
(4 Required Elements)
10 pts
Excellent
Demonstrates all elements of the Criterion
9 pts
V. Good
Missing 1 element of the Criterion
8 pts
Satisfactory
Missing 2 elements of the Criterion
5 pts
Needs Improvement
Missing 3 elements of the Criterion
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Missing 4 elements for the Criterion OR Did not participate
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Late Penalty Deductions
Students are expected to arrive on time for Debriefing. Students who arrive late will be denied access to the debriefing session (locked out) by the debriefing facilitator. If the facilitator allows a student who is late to attend the debriefing session, a deduction of 10% of the total points will be applied to the final grade.
0 pts
Minus Points
0 pts
Minus Points
0 pts
Total Points: 30
Week 5: Readings
Due Jun 6 by 11:59pm Points None
Bickley, L. S., Szilagyi, P. G., Hoffman, R. M., & Soriano, R. P. (2021). Bates’ guide to physical examination and history taking (13th ed.). Wolters Kluwer.
Chapter 18 Breasts and Axillae
Chapter 19 Abdomen
Chapter 20 Male Genitalia
Chapter 21 Female Genitalia
Chapter 22 Anus, Rectum, and Prostate
Textbooks and Resources
Required Textbooks
The following books are required for this course:
Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. (n.d.). Bates’ visual guide to physical examination. https://batesvisualguide.com
This is an access code to online videos which students purchase in the bookstore
American Psychological Association. (2020). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000165-000
Bickley, L. S., Szilagyi, P. G., Hoffman, R. M., & Soriano, R. P. (2021). Bates’ guide to physical examination and history taking (13th ed.). Wolters Kluwer.
This textbook is available as an e-book and can be accessed from the module view.
Hollier, A. (2021). Clinical guidelines in primary care (4th ed.). Advanced Practice Education Associates.
Note: This book is recommended but not required.
Hollier, A. (2009). Pharm in a flash. Advanced Practice Education Associates.
Note: This book is recommended but not required.

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