The VISE assignment’s goal is to assess each student’s clinical development in accordance with the course’s clinical objectives. This will be a midterm assessment to find and help students who might be having trouble communicating and using clinical critical thinking. Students who fail the VISE on their first try will be put on a clinical PIP and given another chance to pass the exam before the course is through. For the clinical component of the course to be passed, the student must pass the VISE. NR602 Week 4: Clinical Vise Assignment
The VP will speak with the student over the phone about these between the start of week three and week five. The VP and student will do the mid-term phone check-in and clinical evaluation immediately following the VISE. Clinical logs have to be displayed for VPs to evaluate with the student.
Nursing call to provider 602 The VP looks through the clinical logs of the student and chooses one patient (with a small acute disease) to act as their mentor. The VP calls the student, who is the NP, and presents a report on the patient in place of the nurse at another office or urgent care. One of the following will be discussed in the report:
- Medication failure
- Worsening of symptoms
- Failure to improve
- Allergic reaction/rash to medication
- New symptom
The job of the student in this situation is for the student to gather data, but also relay orders for the next steps in care.