CCM1 — CCM1 TASK 1: CLINICAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
ADVANCED PATHOPHARMACOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS — D027
PRFA — CCM1
7065.1.1 : Assess Mechanisms of Homeostasis
The learner assesses alterations in cellular and genetic composition to determine the body’s self-defense mechanisms to maintain homeostasis.
7065.1.2 : Analyze the Etiology of Pathophysiological Alterations
The learner analyzes the etiology and pathophysiological alterations associated with common conditions across the lifespan to determine appropriate treatment plans.
7065.1.3 : Analyze Pathopharmacological Concepts to Guide Clinical Decisions
The learner analyzes pathopharmacological concepts and mechanisms of common conditions to guide clinical decision making.
7065.1.4 : Assess Social Factors and Pathopharmacology
The learner assesses developmental, racial, ethnic, and cultural manifestations of pathopharmacology to determine their influence on patient outcomes.
7065.1.5 : Prioritize Assessment Findings
The learner distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant assessment findings to minimize pathologies and manage pharmacotherapeutics to promote optimal patient outcomes.
7065.1.6 : Trace Disease Processes to Holistic Treatment Options
The learner traces human responses to disease processes across the lifespan to identify holistic treatment options.
To fulfill the requirements for this course, you must complete and document all activities for the clinical practice experience (CPE) in the attached “CPE Record.” You will need to electronically sign and date the record. You must upload the “CPE Record” as a separate attachment and your e-portfolio with the required deliverables from that “CPE Record” for evaluation.
CPE activities are important preparation to successfully complete the course; therefore, you should complete this e-portfolio task and the “CPE Record” before beginning the AXC2 assessment.
By submitting this completed CPE Record and e-portfolio to evaluation, you attest you have completed each required activity.
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of a submission can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. Use the report provided when submitting your task as a guide.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.
Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).
A. Upload your completed and signed “CPE Record” for evaluation as a separate attachment. The form should include the following:
• the date each activity was completed
• your electronic signature verifying that all activities have been completed
Note: The “CPE Record” should be uploaded as a separate attachment and should not be included in your e-portfolio. By submitting this CPE record to evaluation, you attest that you completed each required activity.
B. Include all of the following required deliverables in your e-portfolio and provide one single PDF of your e-portfolio:
• CPE schedule table of tasks and timelines
• feedback and synthesis improvement plan for pathophysiology syntheses
• one, one-page pathophysiology syntheses for Alzheimer disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory infections, nephritis, or suicide
• three screenshots to document your Phase 1 GoReact video reflection, that includes an image of your reflection video and an image of each of your two peer responses
• written reflection summary of your Phase 1 video reflection below your screenshot
• feedback and synthesis improvement plan for your patient- or healthcare consumer–focused synthesis
• one, one-page patient or healthcare consumer-focused syntheses of the pathophysiology and pharmacology associated with heart disease, accidents, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia, or stroke
• three screenshots to document your Phase 2 GoReact video reflection, that includes an image of your reflection video and an image for each of your two peer responses
• written reflection summary of your Phase 2 video reflection below your screenshot
• feedback and synthesis improvement plan for the preceptor- or colleague-focused synthesis and patient- or healthcare consumer–focused treatment plan synthesis
• one, one-page preceptor or colleague-focused synthesis of the pathophysiology for one Shadow Health patients
• one, one-page patient- or healthcare consumer–focused treatment plan synthesis of the pharmacology for one Shadow Health patient
• three screenshots to document your Phase 3 GoReact video reflection, that includes an image of your reflection video and an image for each of your two peer responses
• written reflection summary of your Phase 3 video reflection below your screenshot
|PHASE 1: ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL NURSE or COLLEAGUE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY SYNTHESIS|
|Check box when complete||CPE Activity||Date Activity Completed|
|1a.||CPE schedule table
● Review the requirements for Phases 1, 2, and 3.
● Pace your work by creating a CPE schedule table that includes:
–all deliverables required for the e-portfolio
-anticipated completion date for each deliverable
-estimated time to complete each deliverable
*Review the CPE Schedule Table Template in Course Tips
|1b.||Feedback and Synthesis Improvement Plan:
● Research the pathophysiology associated with one of the following five diseases: Alzheimer disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory infections, nephritis, or suicide. Use your course, textbooks, online resources, and other resources.
● Using the information gathered from your research, prepare a one-page synthesis for one of the above diseases. Your synthesis should include a simple description of the pertinent points for your chosen condition, including