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Clients Presentation: ( Your client can make up whatever they want. They can be as dramatic. Have fun with it!)

Subjective Data (4 points): (Review History questions. See subjective data questions in course power points to help guide you. Also, review subjective data gathering in the course text. )

Objective Data (4 points): (Use your Neurological skill demonstration sheet to help guide you.)

Mental Status Assessment-

Cranial Nerve Assessment-

Reflexes-

Coordination –

Motor Testing-

Sensory Testing-

Describe 2 Actual/Potential Risk Factors ( 2 points):

Title:

Documentation of problem based assessment of the neurological system.

Purpose of Assignment:

Learning the required components of documenting a problem based subjective and objective assessment of neurological system. Identify abnormal findings.

Course Competency:

Apply assessment techniques for the neurological and respiratory systems.

Instructions:

Content: Use of three sections:

· Subjective

· Objective

· Actual or potential risk factors for the client based on the assessment findings with description or reason for selection of them.

Format:

· Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.)

Resources:

Chapter 5: SOAP Notes: The subjective and objective portion only

Sullivan, D. D. (2012). Guide to clinical documentation. [E-Book]. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.rasmussen.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=495456&site=eds-live&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_91

Smith, L. S. (2001, September). Documentation do’s and don’ts. Nursing, 31(9), 30. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.rasmussen.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rzh&AN=107055742&site=eds-live

Documentation Grading Rubric- 10 possible points

Levels of Achievement

Criteria

Emerging

Competence

Proficiency

Mastery

Subjective

(4 Pts)

Missing components such as biographic data, medications, or allergies. Symptoms analysis is incomplete. May contain objective data.

Basic biographic data provided. Medications and allergies included. Symptoms analysis incomplete. Lacking detail. No objective data.

Basic biographic data provided. Included list of medications and allergies. Symptoms analysis: PQRSTU completed. Lacking detail. No objective data. Information is solely what “client” provided.

Basic biographic data provided. Included list of medications and allergies. Symptoms analysis: PQRSTU completed. Detailed. No objective data. Information is solely what “client” provided.

Points: 1

Points: 2

Points: 3

Points:4

Objective

(4 Pts)

Missing components of assessment for particular system. May contain subjective data. May have signs of bias or explanation of findings. May have included words such as “normal”, “appropriate”,
“okay”, and “good”.

Includes all components of assessment for particular system. Lacks detail. Uses words such as “normal”, “appropriate”, or “good”. Contains all objective information. May have signs of bias or explanation of findings.

Includes all components of assessment for particular system. Avoided use of words such as “normal”, “appropriate”, or “good”. No bias or explanation for findings evident Contains all objective information

Includes all components of assessment for particular system. Detailed information provided. Avoided use of words such as “normal”, “appropriate”, or “good”. No bias or explanation for findings evident. All objective information

Points: 1

Points: 2

Points: 3

Points: 4

Actual or Potential Risk Factors

(2 pts)

Lists one to two actual or potential risk factors for the client based on the assessment findings with no description or reason for selection of them. Failure to provide any potential or actual risk factors will result in zero points for this criterion.

Brief description of one or two actual or potential risk factors for the client based on assessment findings with description or reason for selection of them.

Limited description of two actual or potential risk factors for the client based on the assessment findings with description or reason for selection of them.

Comprehensive, detailed description of two actual or potential risk factors for the client based on the assessment findings with description or reason for selection of them.

Points: 0.5

Points: 1

Points: 1.5

Points: 2