NURS 436 Concept Map Assignment Concept map: Students will write 2 concept maps based on a patient in the clinical setting. The patient must be approved by the clinical instructor prior to developing the concept map. Identifying information about the patient (name, birth date, etc) must not be included on th

NURS 436 Concept Map Assignment

Concept map: Students will write 2 concept maps based on a patient in the clinical setting. The patient must be approved by the clinical instructor prior to developing the concept map. Identifying information about the patient (name, birth date, etc) must not be included on the concept map. Instead, patient initials and age in years will be provided. Concept maps will be graded using the accompanying rubric.

  • Concept Map 1 will be due by the end of week 4.
  • Concept Map 2 will be due by the end of week 13.

 

Concept Map Grading Rubric

  20 pts 15 pts 10 pts 5 pts 0 pts Points earned
Assessment Data complete, accurate, and supports problem identification Data present is accurate and supports problem identification Minimal data present but supports problem identification Minimal data present. Assessment data not present.  
Key Problem/Nursing Diagnosis Four key problems/nursing diagnoses correctly identified, stated, relevant to data listed, and prioritized appropriately. Relationship between problems is clearly indicated. Three or more key problems/nursing diagnoses are correctly identified and stated. All diagnoses are relevant to data listed, and relationship between some of the problems is indicated. The first four nursing diagnoses are accurately prioritized. Two or more key problems/nursing diagnoses correctly identified and stated. Most are relevant to data listed and some relationships between problems indicated. The first three nursing diagnoses are accurately prioritized. One or more key problems/nursing diagnoses are identified, but some are not relevant to data listed. Few relationships between problems indicated. The first two nursing diagnoses are accurately prioritized. Nursing diagnoses not present.  
Planning Goals and expected outcomes for the first four diagnoses are correctly structured, including time frame, accurately derived from the problem identified. Goals and expected outcomes for the first four diagnoses are accurately derived from the problem identified, few errors in structure. Goals and expected outcomes for the first four diagnoses relate to the problem identified, some errors in structure. Some goals and expected outcomes do not relate to problem identified. Several errors in structure. Goals and expected outcomes not present.  
Interventions Interventions are clear and individualized to the patient. Frequency is indicated. Relate to both parts of the problem/nursing diagnosis. Valid rationales are indicated and relevant. Five or more sources are utilized, with three being journal articles or other non-textbook resources. Sources are cited according to APA format. Majority of interventions are clear, individualized to the patient, and address both parts of the problem/nursing diagnosis. Majority of rationales relevant. At least four sources are identified, with two sources being journal articles or other non-textbook resources. There are some errors in APA format. Most interventions relevant to goals. Most are individualized to the patient. Some structural errors. Most rationales are relevant. At least three sources are identified, with one source being a journal article or non-textbook resource. There are many APA errors. Most interventions are relevant to goals. Most are individualized to the patient. Some structural errors. Rationales are absent. Sources are not cited or not evidence based. Interventions and rationales not present. No sources used or cited.  
Evaluation Evaluation of outcomes accurate and relevant. If outcome is not met, revision is suggested. Evaluation of outcomes is accurate. Few necessary revisions not listed. Most evaluation statements are accurate. Few necessary revisions not listed. Some evaluation statements are present. Some not accurate or relevant. Some necessary revisions listed. No evaluative statements present.  
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CONCEPT MAP

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CONCEPT MAP FORM

Problem # and Nursing Diagnosis:

 

General Goal:

Expected Outcome:
Nursing Interventions: Rationale:
Evaluation: