Web CPI Instructions for Student Rating Quick reference

Web CPI Instructions for Student Rating Quick reference

Web CPI Instructions for Student Rating Quick reference APRIL 1, 2019 Performance Criteria Safety Clinical Problem Solving Clinical Behaviors Resource Management

Accountability Therapeutic Exercise Cultural Competence Therapeutic Techniques Communication Physical Agents and Mechanical Modalities

Electrotherapeutic Modalities Functional Training and Application of Devices / Equipment Documentation Self-assessment and learning Red Flags Performance criteria considered foundational elements for clinical work.

Rated based on level of education These are critical areas for all students, regardless of setting and typically need to be addressed with and appropriate education / action plan if there is a deficit. If area is not up to expected level given students education level, these issues are of concern and need to be addressed. There is a box to check for Significant Concern. If checked, please contact the DCE and discuss: Red Flags Red flags will require action to address

Actions may include Remediation Extension of clinical education experience Development of learning plan Possible failing grade, which is assessed / assigned by the school Repeating of clinical rotation Dismissal from program

Performance Criteria Format Each section has Essential Skills Box which gives detailed examples of the types of skills / behaviors related to each criteria These examples are guides but are not exclusive and list is not exhaustive. Clinical instructors should rate students on observed clinical performance Each criteria should be rated based on performance, unless the setting does not perform the specific criteria (i.e. Modalities) Keys to rating

5 Keys to rating Supervision / Guidance Quality Complexity Consistency Efficiency

Examples Rating on amount of supervision and/or guidance required (Student is able to perform proper patient education without assistance 75% of the time) Rating independent verses needing assistance with task (Supervision, quality and Consistency - Student is independent in performing patient wheelchair to bed transfers safely 100% of the time) Often rated as a percentage of overall time performing clinical tasks related to criteria (Efficiency Student is able to complete all tasks for intervention within allotted patient time, including intervention and documentation, 25% of the time) Keys For Comments Be specific with comments. If the student is doing something either well or needs improvement, try to be a specific as possible.

Remember HIPAA rules regarding patient information when writing feedback If there are issues to address, try to include the plan to address either in the Web CPI or on the Weekly Planning Form Web CPI Rating It is a rating scale (slide) ranging from Beginner to Entry Level Expected Levels Beginner Student requires direct supervision 100% of the time with constant monitoring and feedback with even simple tasks Performance of essential skills is inconsistent and student in ineffective at clinical decision making.

Student cannot carry the caseload of entry level PTA This is typically the starting point for students at first clinical rotation Expected Levels Advanced Beginner Student requires direct supervision 70-90% of the time with simple tasks and 100% of the time for complex tasks Student demonstrates consistency in developing proficiency with simple tasks, clinical problem solving, interventions, and related data collection Student is unable to perform more complex tasks, clinical problem solving, interventions, or related data collection without guidance and /

or supervision Student can start to carry some of the caseload of expected level for full-time entry-level clinician Expected Levels Intermediate Student requires direct supervision less than 50% of the time with simple tasks and 75% of the time for complex tasks Student demonstrates proficiency with simple tasks, clinical problems solving, interventions and data collection Student is developing the ability to consistently perform more complex tasks, clinical problem solving, interventions, or related data collection without guidance and / or supervision

Student is able to manage 50% of the caseload of expected level for full-time entry-level clinician Expected Levels Advanced Intermediate Student requires direct supervision less than 25% of the time working with new patients or patients with complex conditions and is independent with simple tasks and conditions Student demonstrates proficiency and consistency with simple tasks, clinical problems solving, interventions and data collection Student requires occasional assistance / cueing for complex tasks, clinical problem solving, interventions, or related data collection

Student is able to manage 75% of the caseload of full-time entry-level clinician Expected Levels Entry Level Student is capable of completing tasks, clinical problem solving, interventions and data collection independently, consistently and efficiently for simple and complex tasks / conditions under the general supervision of a physical therapist Student consults with others to resolve unfamiliar or ambiguous situations Student is able to manage 100% of the caseload of a full-time PTA at entry-level caseload in an efficient and cost-effective manner under the direction of a physical therapist With Distinction

When there is a student that demonstrates ability beyond entry level, the clinical instructor can select the With Distinction box Summation Section There is a text box at the end where the student and the clinical instructor can write a summary of the students performance including strengths, weaknesses, recommendations, areas to address, and any summary information Special Note Based on research information provided by instructors of the APTA CCIP course and other PT / PTA programs, all 14 categories are based on: Caseload

Skill level Complexity level of patients Level of Supervision required Amount of Assistance required If the student does not meet the minimum requirements due to extenuating circumstances, please explain with details in the comments section. These issue include but not limited to: Complex patient population

Unique patient population Unique clinic environment Items To Think About Entry- Level clinician is the expected level of a recent graduate from an accredited program with a new license. It is not based on a seasoned clinician with years of experience in the field / setting When considering if they are entry-level, think about: Would they be qualified for hire?

Would you be comfortable with them treating your patients or loved ones independently? Keys to Completion of Web CPI Rate the student in all 14 categories with comments related to justification for rating Completion of general summary including areas of strength and areas needing improvement Sign the evaluation Read the students evaluation and sign off that you read the students self-evaluation

There is a text box at the end to add any additional information and comments related to your evaluation of the student and the students self evaluation Expected levels at Conclusion PTA 142 (Fall Second Rotation) No significant concerns noted at the final evaluation. Items 1-14 will be rated at Intermediate performance or above on the rating scale at the final evaluation Student should be managing at least 50% of the expected caseload of an entrylevel clinician

No more than one documented safety issue during the clinical rotation Comments made by the clinical instructor should support the score. Comments are required when and item is rated below passing or the significant concerns box is checked. Expected levels at Conclusion PTA 152 (Spring Final Rotation) No significant concerns noted at the final evaluation Items 1-14 will be rated at Entry-level performance on the rating scale at the final evaluation Student should be managing a full case load of an entry-level clinician

No more than one documented safety issue during the clinical rotation Comments that support scoring (comments are required when the student is below entry level and/or significant concerns box is checked) Additional Training / reference Clinical Assessment Suite Help Center https://help.liaisonedu.com/Clinical_Assessment_Suite_Help_Center/CPI/PTA CPI Web Login https://cpi2.amsapps.com/user_session/new

CPI Web Training course https://help.liaisonedu.com/Clinical_Assessment_Suite_Help_Center/Customer_Su pport_and_Resources/Webinars_and_Downloads/CPI_Training_Files Sac City PTA Program Clinical Education http://www.scc.losrios.edu/pta/clinical-education/

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