role as a professional nurse in providing culturally and spiritually competent care, which recognizes and considers the client-reported, self-identified, unique, and individual preferences to client care.
Rubric for Clinical Reflection Essay of Outcomes: Patient-Centered Care and Professional Identity
0 = Student does not identify a client/family situation from the clinical experience that demonstrates patient-centered care with respect for individual preferences, values, and needs. Student violates HIPAA. The student does not articulate the professional role of the nurse in the provision of culturally and spiritually competent care. The student presents multiple grammatical errors. (Unsatisfactory)
1= Student identifies the client situation and their diverse preferences, values, and beliefs, maintaining HIPAA, but does not clearly articulate the professional role in the provision of care in complete essay format (less than 5 paragraphs, lack of flow and logical thought). Student presents 3 or more grammatical errors. (Unsatisfactory)
2 = Student completes the reflective essay assignment by identifying the client’s situation/background, without violating HIPAA. Student articulates the role of the professional nurse in the provision of care that demonstrates cultural and spiritual competence with respect for individual preferences, values, and beliefs. Student articulates a reflection of their learning in a standard 5-paragraph essay format with 2 or fewer grammatical errors. (Satisfactory)
3 = Student identifies a client situation, maintaining HIPAA, articulating the role of the professional nurse in providing culturally and spiritually competent patient-centered care with respect to client/family preferences, values, and needs. Student presents the essay in a standard 5-paragraph format with no grammatical errors, logical flow of thought, and evidence of reflective learning from the clinical experience. (Satisfactory)