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Oral Case Presentation 
This is the rubric to be used by MDC faculty when grading oral case presentations submitted by second year physician assistant students in their clinical year. This rubric will be applied to grading all oral case presentations.
Rubric Code: WXA3946
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Subject: Medical  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate


Powered by iRubric I: HPI
  Unacceptable

6.5 pts

Satisfactory

12.5 pts

Exceptional

25 pts

HPI Points

25 pts

IA. History

Unacceptable

History is scant. The majority of vital information is missing relating to the chief complaint.
Satisfactory

History is age/gender appropriate and contains pertinent information. However, it is missing some vital points relating to the chief complaint.
Exceptional

History is complete and age/gender appropriate. It is written in logical format (utilizing OLDCARTS or OPQRST)
HPI Points
IB: ROS
  Unacceptable

6.5 pts

Satisfactory

12.5 pts

Exceptional

25 pts

ROS Points

25 pts

ROS

Unacceptable

*Review of systems is incomplete and the majority of pertinent positives and negatives are missing from the HPI.
Satisfactory

*The majority of pertinent positives and negatives are noted in the HPI, but several are missing.
Exceptional

*There is a complete review of systems addressing all systems related to chief complaint noted in the HPI.
ROS Points
II-Assessment and Plan
  Unacceptable

6 pts

Satisfactory

8 pts

Exceptional

10 pts

Assessment/Plan Points

30 pts

Physical Examination

Unacceptable

*Appropriate physical examination is incomplete. The information obtained would not be sufficient to support the diagnosis.
Satisfactory

*Physical exam is appropriate for the chief complaint but there are pertinent systems or special tests missing.
Exceptional

*Physical exam has been completed as instructed, is age/gender appropriate, relates to the chief complaint, and pertinent findings in the HPI. All appropirate special tests are noted.
Assessment/Plan Points
Labs/Diagnostic Tests

Unacceptable

The majority of the appropriate tests are missing and/or abnormal findings are not flagged as (H) high or (L) low.
Satisfactory

The majority of the appropriate tests have been ordered. There are one or more missing or abnormal findings are not flagged as (H) high or (L) low.
Exceptional

All appropriate labs and diagnostic tests are recorded. Abnormal findings are flagged as (H) high or (L) low
Assessment/Plan Points
Assessment and Plan

Unacceptable

The main problem is not listed, the majority of the plan is missing, and/or there is a recommendation that is potentially harmful for the patient.
Satisfactory

The assessment lists the chief complaint/main problem for the patient but one or more problems is missing. The plan is appropriate but not complete or contains recommendations which may not be appropriate for the patient.
Exceptional

The assessment lists ALL of the pertinent problems for the patient, not just the chief complaint. The plan is ordered properly, follows evidence based medicine, is appropriate for the patient, and demonstrates a logical flow of information.
Assessment/Plan Points
Presentation
  Presentation

6 pts

Presentation

8 pts

Presentation

10 pts

Presentation Points

20 pts

Communication

Presentation

The oral presentation was choppy., difficult to follow. Presenter did not have a grasp on the information. Frequent pauses for him/her to find their place. Too much reading. Needs mote interaction and discussion of questions.
Presentation

The oral presentation was mostly smooth and seamless, few verbal pauses. The presenter appeared calm, had a general grasp of information. Proficient discussion initiated/maintained.
Presentation

The oral presentation was smooth and seamless. The presenter appeared calm and in command of the information. Exceptional delivery. Exceptional discussion initiated and maintained to facilitate learning.
Presentation Points
Clarity

Presentation

The PowerPoint slides were difficult to understand and difficult to read. Few images utilized. Information at times did not seem to be related to the topic being discussed.
Presentation

The PowerPoint slides were somewhat organized. Included some appropriate images, clear and medium font. The information contained generally applied to the topic being discussed.
Presentation

The PowerPoint slides were clear and understandable. Slides exceptionally detailed, organized, logical; include images, video and large font. The information contained was directly applicable to the topic being discussed.
Presentation Points
Total Points
  TOTAL

43 pts

TOTAL

65 pts

TOTAL

100 pts

Final Grade

100 pts

TOTAL GRADE

TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
Final Grade



Keywords:
  • Medical







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