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Unfolding Case Study Schizophrenia  
This is a rubric designed to measure a student's reflection and application on the topic of Schizophrenia
Rubric Code: F22W56B
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Subject: Nursing  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate


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This rubric is designed to evaluate a student's reflection on the client with Schizophrenia
  Poor

A poor job of providing the required information is performed by the writer.

0 pts

Fair

The assigned category needs work.

2 pts

Good

The writer does a good job applying the category to the journal article.

4 pts

Excellent

The writer completely covers all required information.

6 pts

Clinical Question

Student constructs clinical question using PIO/PICO

Poor

No clinical question is present
Fair

Clinical Question is poorly constructed
Good

Clinical Question is constructed sufficiently
Excellent

Clinical Question is well constructed
Literature Review

A brief summary of the article is included in the reflection.

Poor

No summary of the literature review is given.
Fair

A summary of the literature review is attempted, but is severly lacking in more than one area.
Good

A summary of the literature review is provided, but is lacking in one area.
Excellent

A summary of the literature review is given with all the required information.
Methods and interventions

Methods and interventions are included.

Poor

No Methods and interventions are included.
Fair

Methods and interventions are included are included, but is poorly developed in the reflection.
Good

Methods and interventions are included are included and are sufficently clarified.
Excellent

Methods and interventions are included are included are clearly explicated and demonstrate critical thinking skills
Results

The writer shares a personal experience they have had with the topic of the journal article either in their life as a student, or in their observations and internship experience here at ETBU.

Poor

Results are poorly presented.
Fair

Results are presented but missing sufficient information.
Good

Results are presented and are clearly mentioned and expanded on.
Excellent

Results are presented and are fully explained and relate to the clinical question.
APA reference citation and grammar.

The article is correctly referenced according to APA 6th edition guidelines. The writer uses standard English and correct grammar throughout the reflection.

Poor

No attempt is made at referencing according to APA 6th edition guidelines.
Fair

The reference citation has more than one error as it is written. There are numerous grammar and spelling errors.
Good

The reference citation has one error. There are some spelling and grammar errors throughout the paper
Excellent

No errors exist in the citation or in grammar and spelling.
Discussion

Students writes strong discussion points

Poor

Student poorly present discussion points
Fair

Student provide sufficient discussion but make poor conclusions
Good

Student presents adequate discussion with adequate conclusion
Excellent

Student present strong discussion and conclusion
Limitations

Student identifies limit of case study

Poor

Student does no present limitations
Fair

Student provides few limitations
Good

Student identifies limitation with minor missing
Excellent

Student identifies all limitations.
Presentation

Student present case study in professional format

Poor

Student does poorly present case study
Fair

Student presents case study fairly
Good

Student does a good job with presentation
Excellent

Student presentation is done in professional manner.



Keywords:
  • education, undergrad, reflection







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