SayPro SAQA Training Material 99667

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        Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 1:

Make clinical decisions by including a formulation of differential diagnoses and treatment plans.
Define and solve clinical problems.
Critically evaluate and analyse situations.
Explain the procedures.
Discuss indications and contraindications for procedures.
Prepare for procedures, including patient preparation.
Perform procedures competently.
Explain possible complications of procedures.
Continue follow-up after procedures.
Deploy critically evaluated information to practical ends.
Adapt knowledge to new situations.

Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 2:
Find and access information using appropriate media and technologies and evaluate that information.
Critically analyse medical and scientific articles.
Select, organise and analyse information from scientific investigative procedures or data gathering exercises and interpret and analyse the results.
Apply a problem solving model to the assessment of a clinical or administrative problem in order to develop and test hypotheses.
Use critical, creative and independent thinking to identify and solve problems and make decisions in the district hospital setting and the community.
Apply fundamental knowledge of Medical Sciences to clinical problems.
Demonstrate knowledge of research methods.
Apply research techniques and evidence-based medicine in the clinical situation.
Develop quality assurance and quality improvement strategies based on research.
Deliver reports and research results in the form of scientific communications, using appropriate structure, language and style.

Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 3:
Collect, record, analyse and disseminate health-related information in a systematic and reliable way.
Analyse the burden of disease within the community.
Assess the environmental, socio-economic, political, ecological and behavioural determinants of disease.
Apply this knowledge in community settings for health promotion and disease prevention.

Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 4:
Demonstrate efficiency and competence in working within team structures.
Recognise the essential roles that all participants play in a multidisciplinary health care delivery system.
Recognise the nature and scope of the various clinical medical science and health-related disciplines.
Work effectively with others in a project team and demonstrate understanding of the essential roles other participants play in health care, its education research and delivery.
Enhance team functioning through appropriate attitude and behaviour as team member or leader.
Communicate accurately, cogently, coherently, creatively and ethically with colleagues and associates, patients and their families, irrespective of gender, age, ethnicity, culture, religion or political persuasion.

Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 5:
Incorporate ethical and legal issues in the application of clinical medical research and health care delivery.
Show respect for colleagues and clients that encompasses, without prejudice, diversity of background and opportunity, language, culture and way of life.
Demonstrate an awareness of the moral and ethical responsibilities involved in individual patient care and provision of care to communities.

Associated Assessment Criteria for Exit Level Outcome 6:
Evaluating own progress.
Keep up to date with new developments through continuing professional education.
Manage future career and personal development.
Reflect on and evaluate learning and learn independently in a self-directed manner.

Integrated Assessment:
Integrated assessment will be achieved through a variety of strategies and will be both summative and formative. Summative integrated assessment techniques will include written tests and examinations with a variety of question formats (multiple choice questions, applied practical questions, extended matching questions, short essay questions, problem solving exercises), oral examinations, Objectively Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE), Objectively Structured Practical Examinations (OSPE), observation reports, in-training assessments, group and individual assignments and projects, portfolios, log books and reflective learning. These assessments will require integration of information from different areas of the course content. The research component will be assessed summatively and this assessment will integrate theoretical, practical and reflective competence. Formative integrated assessments may include any of the above-mentioned techniques; students will be expected to participate in self-assessment, peer assessment and assessment by academic staff. 

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