Demonstrate an excellent ability to identify community risks based on assessment findings.

Work clearly indicates that student has performed a thorough assessment of the community including stakeholder interviews and interprofessional collaboration.
16 pts
Good
Work indicates that student has evaluated most aspects of the community using interviews and collaboration.
12 pts
Average
Work indicates that student has not completely evaluated the community. Several aspects of evaluation are missing.
4 pts
Poor
Work indicates that student has not adequately evaluated the community. Information is incomplete, with many assessment aspects missing.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIdentification of Community Risks
Student uses assessment information to identify community risks
15 pts
Excellent
Student demonstrates an excellent ability to identify community risks based on assessment findings. Linkages between assessment findings and identified risks are clear.
12 pts
Good
Student demonstrates a good ability to identify community risks based on assessment findings. Linkages between assessment findings and identified risks may not be completely clear or not identified.
6 pts
Average
Student is not able to clearly connect assessment findings and associated community risks. Some gaps in information are present.
3 pts
Poor
Minimal connection between assessment findings and identified community risks. Risks may incompletely identified or not identified at all.
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeImplications for Nursing
Student relates findings to nursing practice and nurses role.
15 pts
Excellent
Student is able to identify several nursing implications related to assessment findings. Identification of nursing’s role in finding solutions is clearly articulated.
10 pts
Good
Student is able to identify a few nursing implications related to assessment findings. Identification of nursing’s role in finding solutions is articulated.
5 pts
Average
Student is able to identify at least one nursing implication related to assessment findings. Identification of nursing’s role in finding solutions may not be clearly articulated.
0 pts
No Marks
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDevelopment of Action Plan
Students develop teaching plan based on assessment findings.
20 pts
Excellent
Student’s action plan demonstrates a clear relationship to the identified problem. Plan is achievable and measurable.
13.33 pts
Good
Student’s action plan demonstrates a relationship to the identified problem. Plan is mostly achievable and measurable, with minor inconsistencies
6.67 pts
Average
Student’s action plan demonstrates a moderate relationship to the identified problem. Plan may not be completely achievable or measurable.
2.67 pts
Poor
Student’s action plan does not demonstrate a relationship to the identified problem. Plan is not achievable or measurable.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation, Discussion, & Dissemination
Student develops a presentation of assessment findings and disseminates to key stakeholders.
10 pts
Excellent
Presentation is formatted correctly and is easy for the reader to read and follow. Reader is able to obtain an excellent understanding of the results of the student’s assessment. Student disseminates presentation to key stakeholders.
7.5 pts
Good
Presentation is formatted correctly and is easy to read and follow, with a few minor errors. Reader is able to obtain a good understanding of the results of the student’s assessment. Student disseminates presentation to key stakeholders
5 pts
Average
Some formatting errors or inconstancies may be present in the presentation, making it difficult for the reader to follow. Reader is able to obtain only an incomplete understanding of the results of the student’s assessment. Student does not disseminate presentation to key stakeholders.
2.5 pts
Poor
Presentation contains many formatting or grammatical errors. Reader is not able to get an understanding of the results of the student’s assessment. There was no dissemination.
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