CSR Identification

You will be working with four patients. These patients will be at various stages of pregnancy and have different backgrounds lifestyles. Each patient will have individual risk factors that can impact her pregnancy and will encounter some complications along the way.

For this assignment, you will meet all of the patients and begin to identify their individual risk factors.

  1. Please review these case studies to meet the patients: Karina CaseShannon CaseEloise CaseAdeline Case.
  2. After reviewing the interactive cases, complete the Week 2 Risk Assessment Assignment (Word) for each case.
  3. Save your assignment with a file name that includes your name and the week number. Please use the file naming convention of FirstName_LastName_TopicName.
  4. Please submit your file to this assignment.

Rubric:

Week 2 Case Study Rubric

Week 2 Case Study Rubric – 100 PointsCriteriaExemplary
Exceeds ExpectationsAdvanced
Meets ExpectationsIntermediate
Needs ImprovementNovice
InadequateTotal PointsRisk Factors Identified

Organized manner = The major and minor risk factors of the prenatal and any risk factors that need to be continually monitored from previous visitsThe risk factor list is complete and presented in an organized manner consistently.

45 pointsThe risk factor list is almost complete, with one to two minor items missing and is presented in an organized manner most of the time.

40 pointsThe risk factor list is partially complete, missing one or more major items or three to four minor items or is not presented in an organized manner.

35 pointsThe risk factor list is not complete, with more than two major items or more than four minor items missing and is not presented in an organized manner.

31 points45Potential Consequences Identified

Organized manner = The consequences that would occur in chronologic order from time of diagnosis to post-partum period for both mother and baby for each identified risk factorThe potential consequence list is complete and is presented in an organized manner.

45 pointsThe potential consequence list is almost complete, missing one to two minor items and presented in an organized manner.

40 pointsThe potential consequence list is partially complete, with one to two major items or three to four minor items missing and is presented in an organized manner most of the time.

35 pointsThe potential consequence list is not complete, missing more than two major items or more than four minor items and is not presented in an organized manner.

31 points45Scholarly SourcesThree scholarly sources are used to support the information in the assignment.

5 pointsTwo scholarly sources are used to support the information in the assignment.

4 pointsOne scholarly source is used to support the information in the assignment.

3 pointsNo scholarly sources are used to support the information in the assignment.

2 points5APA/GrammarNo errors in APA or grammar.

5 pointsOne to two errors in APA or grammar.

4 pointsThree to four errors in APA or grammar.

3 pointsMore than four errors in APA or grammar.

2 points5Total Points100 

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