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Table 2 Abstract 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
Identifies and prioritises issues Displays minimal awareness of the priority issues for the patient and family. Superficially identifies the priority issues for the patient and family. Identifies and justifies the priority issues for the patient and family. Comprehensively identifies and justifies the priority issues for the patient and family.
Management plan contains specific strategies to address issues Recommends few specific strategies to address some of the issues. Recommends specific strategies to address some of the issues. Recommends specific strategies to address most issues. Recommends a comprehensive range of specific strategies to address all issues.
Includes evidence for management plan Minimal evidence for management plan. Some evidence for management plan. Solid evidence for management plan. Comprehensive and up to date evidence for management plan.
Communication of management plan Management plan is disjointed, poorly organized and poorly written. It appears to be stitched together from various materials. Management plan is coherent in parts and somewhat organized. Some aspects well written. Management plan is coherent, clear and well organized. Well written. Management plan is highly coherent and integrated. Well written.
Global assessment of abstract Poor Satisfactory Good Excellent