Presentation on theme: "It’s in the Bag Nursing Division 2014. Skills Lab Bag Students are required to purchase a skills lab bag for 1118 Skills lab bag is created with supplies."— Presentation transcript:
Skills Lab Bag Students are required to purchase a skills lab bag for 1118 Skills lab bag is created with supplies needed for learning all fundamental nursing skills in 1118 Cost is approximately $88.00
ACEN Standard 4.8 Criterion 4.8: Practice learning environments are appropriate for student learning and support the achievement of student learning and program outcomes.
4.8 Standard – Operational Definition 4.8 - A practice learning environment is any situation selected by faculty whereby the student can practice nursing behaviors that leads to meet course objectives and nursing program outcomes. The clinical reflect current best practices and national health and safety goals. Overall evaluation results below “3” on a Likerd scale or comments warranted by faculty will warrant an action plan.
Assessment Skills labs are assessed/evaluated by students at the end of the semester or immediately after skills simulation exercises. Survs.com is utilized by the nursing division for assessment/evaluations. All assessment/evaluation data must be kept on file in paper form for ACEN and OBN to support reported results
Review of Assessment/Evaluation Data Faculty did not know of any concerns until end of 1118 concerning lab skills bags that was purchased in August 2012 Further assessment needed from 2012 assessment/evaluation reporting
Identifying the Problem Through Further Assessment DON to visit with freshmen faculty and students Visited with freshmen faculty to address why student concerns were not brought to DON and other faculty in a timely manner Students instructed to bring skills lab bags and time allotted to address student concerns Identified certain bags with gold lettering was missing some materials Students voiced that they told some instructors about the problem early on
Action Plan - Intervention/Outcome Action Plan: Meet with A. Martinez from the EOSC bookstore and review items missing from skills bag. Outcome: Ali Martinez returned all lab bags that had “dark gold” writing and will provide an itemized list of supplies in bag for fall 2013 for review of supplies during orientation day. Students and instructors will review skills lab kit list and instructors will provide orientation time for skill lab kits to be checked per contents list. Outcome: Completed per 2013 fall orientation Instructors will be notified of need to inform DON of any student missing equipment/supplies. Students will be sent to EOSC bookstore with contents list of missing items before EOSC return date policy. Outcome – All instructors were notified of need to voice any student concerns
Closing the Loop – Evaluation/Outcome All freshmen students were required to bring skills lab bag to orientation Each student was required to attend skill lab bag checklist break out session Each student was given check list Instructor reviewed each item on checklist and student had to account for items listed on checklist Student signed checklist and returned to instructor Each checklist has been filed in student file
Closing the Loop – Evaluation/Outcome Fall 2013 Freshmen student orientation evaluation results = 4.4
Closing the Loop – Evaluation/Outcome Student comments No concerns about skills lab supplies purchased