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Table 1 Video Assessment Rubric

From: Using complexity theory to develop a student-directed interprofessional learning activity for 1220 healthcare students

  Poor
1
Satisfactory
2
Good
3
Excellent
4
Patient issues Issues faced by the patient and family not evident. Describes the major issues faced by the patient and family. Depicts appreciation of depth and/or breadth of issues faced by the patient and family. Depicts considerable appreciation of depth and breadth of issues faced by the patient and family.
Interprofessional negotiation Does not display negotiation, shared goal setting and shared decision making. Shows limited appreciation of negotiation, shared goal setting and shared decision making. Shows appreciation of negotiation, shared goal setting and shared decision making. Sophisticated approach to negotiation, shared goal setting and shared decision making.
Interprofessional management plan in action Management plan not evident in video. Video depicts limited evidence of management plan in action. Video depicts good evidence of management plan in action. Strong depiction of co-ordinated and well executed interprofessional care.
Effective use of video medium to engage audience Poor use of video medium. Appropriate use of video medium. Engaging. Highly engaging and memorable.