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How to Break Bad News 
The objective of this exercise is to build skills in order to initiate, advance and close an interview with a patient or patient's family regarding a difficult topic. Students will be allowed to research the topic prior to addressing the patient, discuss the application among group members and then approach the patient to discuss the difficult subject.
Rubric Code: WX5BCAA
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Subject: Medical  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: Graduate


Powered by iRubric Delivery of Dismal News
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Overall Approach

Poor

Provides minimal effort to introduce self and has trouble with the flow and rhetoric of the interview.
Fair

Enters the room, introduces self and role with minimal trouble with the flow and rhetoric of the interview.
Good

Enters the room, introduces self and role and and begins and elicits good flow and rhetoric to the interview.
Knowledge of Material

Poor

Able to explain some medical implications of the diagnosis but unable to properly relay key elements of information correctly to the patient and their families.
Fair

Able to explain most of the medical implications of the diagnosis but lacks a few key elements when relaying the information to the patient and their families.
Good

Able to explain all of the medical implications of the diagnosis and able to relay key elements of
Medical Jargon

Poor

Uses mostly medical jargon when explaining implications of diagnosis.
Fair

Uses some medical jargon when explaining implications of diagnosis.
Good

Uses no medical jargon, or clarifies oneself after using jargon to explain implications of diagnosis to patient.
Empathy

Poor

Displays minimal empathy when conveying information regarding diagnosis to patient and their family.
Fair

Displays some empathy when conveying information regarding diagnosis to patient and their family.
Good

Displays maximal empathy when conveying information regarding diagnosis to patient and their family.




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