Community Health Service-Health Assistant Training Program

Program Student Learning Outcomes Assessment
(AY 2013-2014)

Program Student Learning Outcomes(PSLOS)

At the completion of theCommunity Health Sciences-Health Assistant Training Program, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate proper clinical skills when caring for both adults and children.
  2. Demonstrate interpersonal and cultural sensitivity in the health care environment.
  3. Describe common health problems in both children and adults.
  4. Demonstrate proper CPR and First Aid techniques.
  5. Demonstrate best practices in dispensary management.
  6. Demonstrate ability to care for newborn babies and mothers using standard maternity techniques.
  7. Identify good public health principles.

PSLO Assessment Report Summary

What we looked at:

The CHS-HATP certificate, assessment focused on PSLOs 2, 4. Under PSLO 2, Students under CHS 240 will pass final exam that covers the topics from the beginning up to the last and practical exam on taking, recording, and interpreting vital signs correctly. The target is at least 80% of the students get a grade of C and up. Under PSLO 4, students after taking the course CHS 241 will pass certification training in CPR and first Aid provided by the Red Cross or the Yap State Memorial Hospital. The target is 100% of the students who passes the class must be certified CPR and First Aid Providers.

What we found:

PSLO 2. 100% (4 out of 4 students) got a grade of C and up in their Final grades. 2 got C and 2 achieved B. Average final exam score is 81%.

PSLO 3. Of the 3 students who passed the course, 2 opted to take the certification training in CPR and First Aid by the Red Cross. Both of them passed (2/2 or 100%.).

What we are planning to work on:

  • To continue improve on the performance of the students in their overall knowledge/skill identifying what topics/skills the students need to know more. These topics should be given emphasis during the lecture and in practicum.

Recommendations for students:

  • Attend class regularly and be responsible for their own learning.
  • Communicate course concerns with their instructors.

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