P.A.T.C.H. Assessment – (Pre-Test for Attitudes Towards Computers in Healthcare)

P.A.T.C.H. Assessment – (Pre-Test for Attitudes Towards Computers in Healthcare)
Created by J. Kaminski, the P.A.T.C.H. assessment is designed to help you explore your feelings about learning to use computers in education, healthcare, social media, e-health, electronic health records, and mobile technology.
Nursing Informatics is a term used to describe the integration of nursing science with information and computer science, which has developed into a mandatory focus for all registered nurses on a global scale. For the past four decades, literature, research and a growing body of practice have addressed the theoretical and practical aspects of informatics in nursing.
In the 21st century, official organizations, schools, and continuing education which help prepare nurses for engaging in informatics and related practice, are springing up all over the world, in technologically advanced nations. There is a growing need for practicing registered nurses, nurse educators and researchers, and nursing administration to ensure that the expected competencies in informatics are met.
The PATCH online tool for self-assessment will aid you in meeting course objective #2, examining current and future technologies as they relate to the support of patient care, such as electronic health and medical records (EHR/EMR), patient monitoring systems, and medication administration systems. The self-assessment intends to give you a preliminary analysis of your current expertise and learning needs in the realm of informatics in nursing. The results are purely a professional development exercise in self-assessment/self-reflection for the purpose of helping you, if interested, in creating a personal learning plan for further education and practice.
P.A.T.C.H. Assessment Requirements:
Create a P.A.T.C.H. Assessment account
Complete the online PATCH assessment & score yourself by using the PATCH scale
Reflect on your feelings about your PATCH score that you achieved in an APA 7th ed. formatted MS Word document with an introduction, a discussion of three major points, and a conclusion. The self-assessment document/reflection should include a scholarly reference, an APA 7th ed formatted title page and reference page.
In the comment box with your submission, please identify the type of unit are on, the shift you work, and the organization. I will use this information to create the Teams for your team project, Thanks!
Please review the PATCH Assessment Rubric below for the grading criteria
P.A.T.C.H. Assessment Rubric
P.A.T.C.H. Assessment Rubric
Criteria
Ratings
Pts
10 pts
55 pts
5 pts
Total Points: 70
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Clarity and Professionalism
10 pts
Successfully Accomplished
Careful and concise writing. Language is clear, precise, and grammatically correct. An APA formatted MS Word document is submitted by the due date and time which includes the following elements: APA 7th ed title page, introduction to the assessment, effective transitions between three points, a reflective conclusion, and an APA 7th ed formatted reference page.
5 pts
Partially Accomplished
Language is mostly clear and grammatically correct, but lacked specificity. Uploaded MS Word document by the deadline.
0 pts
Not Accomplished
Language is vague and/ or incorrect grammar and sentence structure interfered with message clarity. Uploaded MS Word document late.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Knowledge and Insighfulness
55 to >45.0 pts
Successfully Accomplished
Writing reflects deep understanding of the assessment, is well supported with specific examples from the P.A.T.C.H. information, and is supported by at least one scholarly article. Writing reflects ability to self-appraise, connect current knowledge, and current work environment to insight gained from assessment on at least three points, and scholarly article.
45 to >35.0 pts
Partially Accomplished
Writing reflects basic knowledge of assessment, but did not fully support thoughts with specific examples from the P.A.T.C.H. information, work environment, or scholarly article reference. Responses do not fully demonstrate insightful reflection, connection to three points, or application of assessment.
35 to >0 pts
Attempted
Writing does not reflect basic understanding of the PATCH assessment.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Unit and Shift
5 pts
Full Marks
RN posts to the comment box the organization name, the type of unit and the shift they are currently working. This information will be used in creating Team’s for the NITP.
0 pts
No Marks
RN did not post in the comment box the unit and shift they are currently working.
My P.A.T.C.H score on the assessment test was 71
P.A.T.C.H. Assessment Scale v 3
Score Interpretations
Find the Range that contains the Score You Achieved on the P.A.T.C.H. Scale
© June Kaminski 1996 – 2019
https://nursing-informatics.com/niassess/plan.html
Here is the score scale i follow under
70 to 86 points
Confident of ability to use a variety of computer programs. Sees
computers as beneficial In the development or society.
Enthusiastic view of the potential of computer use in healthcare.

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