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Fisdap Student Tutorial: Why am I not getting credit for all of my skills?

by  Fisdap     Jul 26, 2020
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To figure out why you may be getting credit for observing Team Leads rather than performing them, use the Observed Team Lead Report.

  1. Go to the orange Reports tab.
  2. Click on the Workbench link.
  3. Find and click on Observed Team Lead Report.
  4. Choose the date range and desired hen click Display Report.

The Observed Team Lead Report can also be a great resource when students are concerned about why they aren't getting credit for performing skills.

Many schools, especially if they are using the National Standard Curriculum goals as a guide, require students to perform the patient exam and the patient interview (collectively known as the comprehensive assessment) to get credit for performing the Team Lead. This report identifies shifts where students did not perform the Team Lead, patient exam, and/or patient interview.

If you are not getting credit for performing the team lead, it may be because you indicated that you observed the patient exam and/or interview--and not entered suggests you skipped that section of data entry.

Hint: look for the orange diamond in the Skills & Patient Care data entry form to indicate what information is critical for your National Standard Curriculum goals.

If you wish to change anything because your data was recorded improperly, you will need to ask an instructor to open the shift if it has been locked.

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Fisdap Student Tutorial: Why am I not getting credit for all of my skills?

by  Fisdap     Jul 26, 2020
fisdap-default-logo

To figure out why you may be getting credit for observing Team Leads rather than performing them, use the Observed Team Lead Report.

  1. Go to the orange Reports tab.
  2. Click on the Workbench link.
  3. Find and click on Observed Team Lead Report.
  4. Choose the date range and desired hen click Display Report.

The Observed Team Lead Report can also be a great resource when students are concerned about why they aren't getting credit for performing skills.

Many schools, especially if they are using the National Standard Curriculum goals as a guide, require students to perform the patient exam and the patient interview (collectively known as the comprehensive assessment) to get credit for performing the Team Lead. This report identifies shifts where students did not perform the Team Lead, patient exam, and/or patient interview.

If you are not getting credit for performing the team lead, it may be because you indicated that you observed the patient exam and/or interview--and not entered suggests you skipped that section of data entry.

Hint: look for the orange diamond in the Skills & Patient Care data entry form to indicate what information is critical for your National Standard Curriculum goals.

If you wish to change anything because your data was recorded improperly, you will need to ask an instructor to open the shift if it has been locked.

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