- 18 hours in the field with a community, public or population health nurse stared by the end of week 2 and completed by week 5.
- 15 hours on the windshield survey assignment completed in week 3
- FEMA Disaster Management Module and Certificate (completed week 6)
- (2) IHI Population Health and Healthy Equality Modules and Certificates (completed weeks 1 and 2)
- (2) IHI Population Health Case Studies (completed weeks 3 and 4).
- The two links for student and program evaluation are sent to preceptors by faculty starting with the introductory letter at the end of week 1, and then again as needed through Week 6.
- Final confirmation of hours and completed evaluation of student by preceptor are due by the last day of class.
- The two links for student and program evaluation are sent to preceptors by faculty in week 6
- Final confirmation of hours and completed evaluation of student by preceptor are due by Weds of week 7.
- Faculty must utilize the BSN or MSN DQ Grading Rubric forms to provide feedback. The word version of the form may be found under the Faculty Resources tab in the course.
- DQ grading comments should be individualized for each student and included constructive and respectful feedback. Refrain from using a formulaic reply that is very similar from student to student.
- Post DQ grades within 48 hours after the week has ended (no later than Tuesday 2359).
- Assignment grades should be posted within 5 days of the submission due date, and announce to students when grades are posted.
- If the grade is near the minimum for passing, or below the acceptable passing score, the instructor should send out a Starfish flag to alert the student , and include a full description of the problem.
- Faculty are to utilize the grading rubric either inserted above the cover page of a written assignment or as a separate document as needed for other types of assignment submissions. Feedback should reflect individualized comments that address both content and APA formatting. Faculty may provide feedback using a variety of modalities.
- Faculty will follow the late penalty outlined in the course syllabus for DQ's and assignments, as applicable.
- No extra credit is available or permitted.
- Course average falls below passing grade (less than 72 for allied health courses and less than 75 for nursing courses).
- Non-attendance, poor attendance, poor or non-participation, tardiness, insufficient preparation, failure to turn in assignments, assignments are incomplete, low grade on assignment/quiz, disruptive or incivil uncivil behavior, academic integrity violation, safety/health concern.
- Use the Starfish site t to send a flag to describe the issue.