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Disease Concept Map 
Diseas concept map for BSN nursing students applying the understanding of pathophysiology developing a concept map utilizing the Nursing Process
Rubric Code: A246WWB
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Subject: Nursing  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Chief Complaint/Pathophysiology

List Chief complaint or admitting medical diagnosis. Complete a paragraph or two about the underlying illness, including the pathophysiology.

Poor

Medical Diagnoses absent. Pathophysiology and or etiology absent
Fair

Medical Diagnoses present with inadequate or unclear explanation in student's own words. Pathophysiology and etiology present in students own words but difficult to understand the connections to this patients condition.
Good

Medical Diagnoses present with adequate explanation in students own words. Pathophysiology explained to organ level or doesn't take into account the comorbidities and does not give specific etiology for the patient's condition.
Excellent

Medical Diagnoses present clearly explained in students own words showing thorough understanding.Pathophysiology at cellular level shows understanding of medical diagnosis and comorbidities and identifies etiology based on the specific patient's condition.
Assessment/Signs + Symptoms

Data gathered from patient and family, from physical assessment and from data available in EMR and paper chart.

Poor

Assessment is incomplete, with more than one assessment category having no data.
Fair

Assessment incomplete with all assessment categories addressed.
Good

Assessment complete with all assessment categories addressed at a basic level.
Excellent

Assessment complete with all assessment categories addressed at a thorough level, using both patient, family, past medical history, and other health care information.
Risk Factors

Risk factors reported with explanations related to patient illness.

Poor

Risk factors given with no discussion of influence on patient medical diagnosis.
Fair

Risk factors incomplete. Influence on patient medical diagnosis addressed, but not complete.
Good

Risk factors addressed and related to the patient's medical diagnosis.
Excellent

Risk factorss addressed and related to the patient's specific medical diagnosis with further discussion linking the risk factors to pathophysiology.
Medications

Include a list of patient medications with explanation of why each medication was prescribed. Also include your worksheet for medications.

Poor

Medication list present but incomplete.
Fair

Medication list done only for medications given but not prn and other regularly scheduled medications.
Good

Complete medication list done, but lacks rationale for medications.
Excellent

Complete medication list done with rationale for medications.
Nursing Diagnoses

Need to list at least 3 nursing problems/diagnoses, show priorization of care based on patient's needs.

Poor

Less than three nursing problems/diagnoses given.
Fair

At least three nursing problems/diagnoses are given with lack of prioritization or inappropriate prioritization based on patient needs.
Good

Three nursing problems/diagnoses given with prioritization based on patient condition/need(s).
Excellent

More than three nursing problems/diagnoses given with prioritization based on the patient's condition/need(s).
Nursing Plan

Need to have 2 short term and 1 long term goal for each nursing diagnosis.

Poor

Goals not present for each identified nursing diagnosis. Goals not measurable.
Fair

Goals present for some of the problems/diagnoses but, are not measurable or no timeframe identified.
Good

Goals present for 3 problems/diagnoses with measurable outcomes and timeframes noted.
Excellent

Goals present for all problems/diagnoses listed with measurable outcomes and timeframes.
Nursing Interventions

Need to have minimum of 3 interventions per goal. Rationale for each intervention need to show the justification for using this particular intervention for the desired outcome.

Poor

One specific intervention or less for each of the patient problem(s) and goal(s) listed for the patient's designed problem and goal identified. Limited or no connections
Fair

Less than the acceptable number of interventions for each of the patient's problem(s) and goal(s) listed and each goal identified.
Good

Acceptable number of interventions per goal with relationship noted between the problem, goal, and interventions given.
Excellent

Outstanding relationships noted between problem/diagnosis, goal and interventions.
Nursing Evaluation

Give both your reassessment data and how you will modify your care based on the reassessment.

Poor

Lack of reassessment data.
Fair

Has reassessment data but lacks demonstration of critical thinking skills for this patient assignment.
Good

Has thorough reassessment data and demonstrates adequate critical thinking for this patient assignment.
Excellent

Synthesizes connections between interventions and reassessment data. Demonstrates exceptional critical thinking for this patient assignment.
Creativity/Spelling/Grammar

Attention should be paid to making your concept map easy to read, logical, & neat.

Poor

Disorganized, spelling or grammatical errors.
Fair

Neat with correct spelling, and no grammatical errors.
Good

Inviting to look at with excellent organization. Correct spelling and no grammatical errors.
Excellent

Eloquent execution with demonstration of advanced terms and knowledge in writing style with no grammatical or spelling errors.
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Nursing Process Concept Maps



Keywords:
  • Nursing Concept Map







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