Assessing Family Values

Assessing Family Values

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Discussion – Assessing Family Values

Post your responses by 2359 Wednesday of

Post your replies to peers by 2359 Saturday

Topic

On page 370 of your textbook, Friedman et al. propose that nurses assess a family’s values by

contrasting and comparing the values of a family to those of the dominant American culture (see

American Core Values, page 355), by looking at value congruency within the family, and by

analyzing how the family’s values affect the health status of the family.

A. In your work as a nurse or student nurse, describe one example of how you have used

this approach or have seen another healthcare provider use this approach to assess the

values of a patient or family related to healthcare practices.

B. In your professional opinion, as a current or future healthcare provider, is this an

appropriate way to approach the assessment of family values? Is this an effective way to

assess family values related to healthcare practices? Can you suggest an alternative

approach?

 

 

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Rubric

5 Points will be deducted for EACH DAY late. No credit will be given for late Peer Responses

 

Discussion

Response

 

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Submitted on time*

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Response is posted by due

date/time for each question

(10 points)

Response is posted

by due date/time for

each question

(10 points)

Response is posted

by due date/time for

each question

(10 points)

Response is NOT posted by

the due date and time for

each question

(0 points)

Length of Response (10

points)

Response is 101–200

words.

(7-10 points)

Response is 51–

100 words.

(4-6 points)

Response is a

minimum of 50

words.

(1-3 points)

Response is less than 50

words.

(0 points)

Incorporates Key

Concepts

(20 points)

Response is

substantive and

incorporates N3352

key concepts and

principles.

Response briefly

refers to some N3352

key concepts and

principles.

(11-15 points)

Response refers

to only one N3352

key concept or

principle.

(1-10 points)

Response refers to no

N3352 key concepts or

principles.

(0 points)

Includes Specific

Examples

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Response includes

specific, personal, or

professional examples

(9-10 points)

Response includes

specific ,personal,

or professional

examples

(6-8 points)

Response includes

a general, personal,

or professional

example

(1-5 points)

Response does not

include a personal or

professional example

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Replies to Peers Exceptional Superior Acceptable Unacceptable

Quantity of Replies (10

points)

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more than 2 peer

comments

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2 peer comments.

(6-8 points)

Replies are posted to

1 or 2 peer

comment(s).

(1-5 points)

Reply is NOT posted to a

peer’s comments

(0 points)

Timely Posting of

Replies *

(10 points)

Reply is posted on

time.

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Reply is posted

on time.

( 10 points)

Reply is posted

on time.

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peer’s comments o n

t i m e .

(0 points)

Length of Reply (10

points)

Each reply is over 50

words.

(8-10 points)

Each reply is a

minimum of 50

words.

(6-7 points)

At least one reply is a

minimum of 50

words.

(1-5 points)

Replies are of

unacceptable

length.

(0 points)

 

 

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Relates to Content

( 20 points)

Each reply relates

substantively to the

peer’scomm ent and

incorporatesN3352

key concepts and

principles.

(16- 20 points)

Each reply relates to

the peer’s comment

and refers briefly to

N3352 key concepts

andprinciples.

( 11-15 points)

Reply relates to the

peer’scomments.

( 1-10 points)

Replies do not relate to

the peer’s comments.

(0 points)

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