PRAC 6665/6675 Clinical Skills Self-Assessment Form



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PRAC 6665/6675 Clinical Skills

Self-Assessment Form

Desired Clinical Skill for Students to achieve Confident (can complete independently) Mostly confident (can Complete with supervision) Beginning (Have performed with supervision or needs supervision to feel confident) New ( Have never performed or does not apply)
Comprehensive psychiatric evaluation skills in:
Recognizing clinical signs and symptoms of psychiatric illness across the lifespan X
Differentiating between pathophysiological and psychopathological conditions X
Performing and interpreting a comprehensive and/or interval history and physical examination (including laboratory and diagnostic studies) X
Performing and interpreting a mental status examination X
Performing and interpreting a psychosocial assessment and family psychiatric history X
Performing and interpreting a functional assessment (activities of daily living, occupational, social, leisure, educational). X
Diagnostic reasoning skill in:
Developing and prioritizing a differential diagnoses X
Formulating diagnoses according to DSM 5-TR based on assessment data X
Differentiating between normal/abnormal age related physiological and psychological symptoms/changes X
Pharmacotherapeutic skills in:
Selecting appropriate evidence based clinical practice guidelines for medication plan (e.g risk/benefit. Patient preference, developmental considerations, financial, the process of informed consent, symptom management) X
Evaluating patient response and modify plan as necessary X
Documenting (e.g adverse reaction, the patient response, changes to the plan of care) X
Psychotherapeutic Treatment Planning:
Recognizes concepts of therapeutic modalities across the lifespan X
Selecting appropriate evidence based clinical practice guidelines for psychotheraperutic plan (e.g., risk/ benefit patient preference developmental considerations, financial the process of informed modality appropriate for situation) X
Applies age appropriate psychotherapeutic counseling techniques with individuals and/or any caregivers X
Develop an age appropriate individualized plan of care X
Provide psychoeducation to individual and/or any caregivers X
Promote health and disease prevention techniques
Self-assessment skill:
Develop SMART goals for practicum experiences X
Evaluating outcomes of practicum goals and modify plan as necessary X
Documents and reflecting on learning experiences X
Professional skills:
Maintain professional boundaries and therapeutic relationship with client and staff X
Collaborate with multi-disciplinary team to improve clinical practice in mental health settings X
Identifies ethical and legal dilemmas with possible resolutions X
Demonstrates non-judgmental practice approach and empathy X
Practice within scope of practice X
Selecting and implementing appropriate screening instrument (s) interpreting result and making recommendations an referrals:
Demonstrates selecting the correct screening instrument appropriate for the clinical situation X
Implement the screening instrument efficiently and effectively with the clients X
Interprets results for screening instruments accurately X
Develops an appropriate plan of care based upon screening instruments response X
Identifies the need to refer to another specialty provider when applicable X
Accurately documents recommendations for psychiatric consultations when applicable X
Summary of strengths: Strong comprehensive psychiatric evaluation skills

Strong diagnostic reasoning skills

Strategic psychotherapeutic treatment planning

Strategic self-assessment skill

Opportunities for growth: Exposure to multi-disciplinary profession

Exposure to organizational context of practice

Exposure to professional practices and processes such as planning, attending meetings

1. Goals: To gain professional experience in a professional public health work environment and work on public health practice projects of interest A. Apply practical skill

B. Apply learned and acquired knowledge

C. Apply training learned through the course

D. be able to synthesize and integrate learned experience into practices and real life situations

2. Goals: To get an opportunity to learn from professionals in the public health work environment A. To develop practical skill

B. To enhance personal confidence as a public health professional

C. To participate in real life public health projects and professional activities such as solving problems, planning, assessing and attending staff meetings.

D. To develop process of dealing with ethical issues and provide health care service to patients.

3. Goals: To develop professional competencies A. Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to improve clinical and professional practices.

B. Identify and learn who to address ethical dilemma in real life

C. Learn how to professional decisions and avoid judgmental practices

D. Learn how to use evidence based data to make decisions and

4, Goals: To identify personal strength and weaknesses A. Participate in different professional activities such as assessment of patients, community base health care programs, health care management leadership and projects

B. Evaluate interpersonal skill based on ability to work with others, express ideas and respect others in a professional public health care environment

C. Documenting and reflecting on learning experience

D. To get expose to strategic, measureable achievable realistic public health care environment

Signature:

Date: 9/3/22

Course/Section: NRNP 6675/FALL


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