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Assignment Rubric

Unit 4 Assignment grading rubric. Instructors: Enter total available points in cell H2, and values between 0 and 4 in the yellow cells in the Score column.
Total available points = 70
Content Rubric Introductory – Not submitted or largely incomplete. Work may indicate very little if any comprehension of content. Emergent – Work shows some comprehension but errors indicating miscomprehension may be present. Practiced – Work indicates overall progress toward comprehension. Minor errors may present. Proficient/Mastered – Work is complete and indicates full comprehension of content. Score Weight Final Score
0 – 1.9 2 – 2.9 3 – 3.9 4
Interviewing Strategy Components of the interview were vague Components of the interview were somewhat discussed Essential components of the interview were mostly discussed All essential components of the interview are discussed clearly 4 20% 0.80
Subjective History The social, family, and medical history is vague. Some of the social, family, and medical history is clear. Most of the social, family, and medical history is clear. Social, family, and medical history are clear and thorough. 4 20% 0.80
Health Promotion/ Health Maintenance Health promotion/screening recommendations are not discussed Health promotion/screening recommendations are discussed that is mostly appropriate. The discussion is limited. Health promotion/screening recommendations are discussed that is mostly appropriate. The discussion needs minor additional information Health promotion/screening recommendations are appropriate and thoroughly addressed. 4 20% 0.80
Screening Tools The screening tool is not identified. There was no discussion about vaildity, reliability, interpretation and scoring. A screening tool was identified. Validity and reliability are addressed but lacking in detail or conclusion. Interpretation and scoring are discussed but limited, additonal information is needed. A screening tool was identified that is appropriate for age. Validity and reliability are discussed. Interpretation and scoring are explained, additional details are needed. A screening tool was identified that is appropriate for age. Validity and reliability are thoroughly discussed. Interpretation and scoring are explained clearly and thoroughly. 4 20% 0.80
Organization No History, Physical, and Screening

Unit 1 Reading: 

Textbook Reading

In Neinstein’s Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 2: “Normal Physical Growth and Development”

· Chapter 3: “Psychosocial Development in Normal Adolescents”

Library Help

· Nursing resource guide:
http://library.purdue.edu/nursingresearchguide

Unit 2 Reading: 

Textbook Reading

In Neinstein’s Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 5: “Preventive Health Care for Adolescents and Young Adults”

In Geriatric Nursing Review Syllabus, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapters 12: “Screening and Prevention”

In Dunphy, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 77: Primary Care of Older Adult pages 1281-1290

Web Resources:

· Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) Recommendations. Retrieved from
https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/index.html

· United States Preventive Services Task Force. Retrieved from:
https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/Page/Name/uspstf-a-and-b-recommendations/

· Clinical Guidelines and Recommendations Services: U.S. Department of Health & Human. Retrieved from
https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/clinicians-providers/guidelines-recommendations/index.html

· CDC Vaccine Schedules app https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/schedule-app.html

· AHRQ ePSS app https://epss.ahrq.gov/PDA/index.jsp

Unit 3 Reading: 

Textbook Reading

In Neinstein’s Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 9: Understanding Legal Aspects of Care

In Geriatric Nursing Review Syllabus, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 5: “Assessment”

· Chapter 9: “Cultural Aspects of Care”

In Dunphy, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapter 79 Ethical and Legal Issues of Caring-Based Practice

Unit 4 Reading: 

Textbook Reading

In Neinstein’s Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care, read chapters on the following topics: 

· Chapters 33: Feeding and Eating Disorders

· Chapter 69: Depressi

The Adolescent Patient: Building Trust and Rapport

David is a 15-year-old male who presents for his annual physical exam. When the provider asks if there are any issues or concerns, David’s mother states that he is irritable all the time, has occasional outbursts, and recently began spending more time alone in his room and less time with his friends. She also states that she has noticed that David is staying up later and is difficult to awaken for school. When asked, both David and his mother admit that his grades have gone from A’s and B’s to mainly D’s. When interviewing David, you noticed he does not maintain eye contact and gives you short answers, mostly, “yes,” or “no,” responses.

Answer the following questions in 2–3 pages, excluding title and reference page.

How will you approach taking a more detailed medical and psychosocial history?

When obtaining the social history, what are the important questions to ask?

When obtaining the family history, what are the important questions to ask?

What if anything in David’s medical history is important to know?

What other information about David’s recent behavior should be obtained from his mother?

The provider asks David’s mother to step out of the room. What questions should David be asked when alone?

Discuss one evidence-based screening tool (should be age-appropriate) you will use to gather more information about David. In your discussion, please include the validity and reliability of the tool, how it is administered, and how it is scored and interpreted.

Suppose David’s result is significant based on the screening tool, what are appropriate referrals for David and his mother? Discuss your rationale.

As part of David’s annual physical examination, discuss health promotion and screening recommendations.