APPENDIX PROTOTYPE SELF EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR DISCIPLINE by mikesanye

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									                                        SELF EVALUATION TEMPLATE
                             REGISTERED DIETETICS OBJECTIVES FOR STROKE CARE


 NAME: ___________________________

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Self Rating: Using the rating scale provided below, enter a number that most closely reflects your knowledge/skill/
experience with respect to the learning objectives listed for this Learning Area.
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        Knowledge/Skill/Experience                      Knowledge/Skill/Experience            Knowledge/Skill/Experience
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                 LEARNING AREA                            Date       *SELF-RATING                  Comments
                                                                    Base Mid Final
            Principles of Stroke Care
There are no registered dietetics learning objectives
for Principles of Stroke Care.
                LEARNING AREA                            Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                Base Mid Final
            Anatomy and Physiology
                  of Stroke
1.   Demonstrates knowledge of the penumbra and
     its significance to functional recovery.


2.   Demonstrates knowledge of the rationale for the
     diagnostic tests used in the assessment and
     management of stroke and incorporates results
     as appropriate into the plan of care.


3.   Demonstrates knowledge of discipline-specific
     standardized assessment tools, and the ability to
     administer the appropriate tools to
     systematically assess the stroke survivor.


4.   Demonstrates an awareness of:
     Acute Medical Management
          Thrombolytics
          Hypertension (e.g., angiotensin-converting
           enzyme inhibitors or ACE therapies)
          Lipid therapy (e.g., Statins)
          Antiplatelet and/or anticoagulants (e.g.,
           ASA, Aggrenox, Clopidogrel)
        Diabetes management
     Surgical- interventional Treatment
          Carotid endartectomy,
          Carotid stenting, and/or thrombolysis
          Carotid angioplasty.


5.   Integrates knowledge of the stroke sequelae and
     potential stroke complications into the plan of
     care to prevent and/or treat complications.



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                LEARNING AREA                       Date      *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                             Base Mid Final
6.   Demonstrates an awareness the
     pathophysiology, clinical presentation and
     management of secondary stroke complications
     including:
          Hemorrhagic transformation
          Reperfusion injury
          Increased intracranial pressure
          Cerebral edema
          Seizures
          Recurrent stroke.




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                 LEARNING AREA                             Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                  Base Mid Final
     Cardiovascular and Respiratory Effects
1.    Demonstrates knowledge of the anatomy and
      physiology of normal and abnormal
      cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

2.    Demonstrates the ability to identify the signs and
      symptoms of cardiovascular and respiratory
      systems complications and an understanding of
      the management of:
         Deep vein thrombosis
         Pulmonary embolism
         Myocardial infarctions.




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                 LEARNING AREA                             Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                  Base Mid Final
               Psychosocial Effects
1.   Demonstrates the ability to assess the stroke
     survivor and caregiver’s reaction to the stroke
     that may affect coping.


2.   Demonstrates awareness of the factors that
     influence and maximize effective coping in the
     stroke survivor and caregiver.


3.   Demonstrates awareness of adaptive and
     maladaptive behaviours in the coping response
     of the stroke survivor and caregiver.


4.   Demonstrates the ability to recognize the signs
     and symptoms of anxiety, depression, and its
     impact on per os intake and nutritional status.


5.   Demonstrates awareness that certain
     medications and other medical conditions
     besides stroke (e.g., urinary tract infection) can
     affect mood and behaviour.


6.   Demonstrates awareness of the pharmacological
     and non-pharmacological treatments for mood
     disorders.


7.   Demonstrates the ability to determine the stroke
     survivor and caregiver’s understanding the
     effects of the stroke and their learning needs.


8.   Demonstrates the ability to help stroke survivors
     and caregivers cope with the stroke through
     education, facilitation of discussion, and referral
     to support programs and social workers.



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                LEARNING AREA                            Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                Base Mid Final
9.   Demonstrates awareness of the stroke survivor’s
     perception of and need for control, and
     incorporates this into the plan of care.


10. Demonstrates knowledge of how the
     psychosocial effects of stroke can affect self-
     care, productivity and leisure.


11. Demonstrates the ability to determine stroke
     survivor and caregiver social supports, and the
     need for further support.


12. Demonstrates knowledge of the support systems
     available within and outside the organization for
     stroke survivors and caregivers.


13. Demonstrates knowledge of financial programs
     available for supplements, tube feeding formula
     and equipment.




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                LEARNING AREA                        Date     *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                             Base Mid Final
                 Communication
1.   Demonstrates the ability to screen for
     communication disorders, including the stroke
     survivor’s:
          Ability to read, write and understand
           language
          Level of education
          Autonomic speech, auditory
           comprehension, comprehension of written
           language, expressive ability
          Dysarthria.

2.   Collaborates with speech-language pathology
     and/or designated team members to implement
     and provide feedback regarding communication
     strategies and/or devices.

3.   Demonstrates the ability to use alternative
     communication strategies and/or devices as
     recommended by speech-language pathology.




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                 LEARNING AREA                          Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                               Base Mid Final
 Independence in Mobility and Prevention of
        Complications of Immobility
There are no registered dietetics learning objectives
for Independence in Mobility and Prevention of
Complications of Immobility.




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                 LEARNING AREA                            Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                 Base Mid Final
     Routine Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
1.    Demonstrates knowledge of functional treatment
      techniques and their importance in helping
      stroke survivors perform ADLs (e.g., cueing,
      prompting, hand-over-hand techniques, set up,
      positioning), incorporates these strategies, and
      encourages the stroke survivor to use the
      affected arm and hand when performing ADLs.


2.    Demonstrates awareness of difficulties with self-
      feeding that could impact on oral intake and
      nutritional status.




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                LEARNING AREA                         Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                             Base Mid Final
Instructional Activities of Daily Living (IADL)
1.   Demonstrates an awareness of difficulties with
     preparing meals and purchasing food that could
     impact on oral intake and nutritional status.




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               LEARNING AREA                        Date      *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                             Base Mid Final
   Cognitive, Perceptual and Behavioural
        Changes Following Stroke
1. Collaborates with team members to implement
    and evaluate a comprehensive plan of care.




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                 LEARNING AREA                          Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                               Base Mid Final
                      Sexuality
There are no registered dietetics learning objectives
for Sexuality.




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                LEARNING AREA                             Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                 Base Mid Final
                      Nutrition
1.   Demonstrates the ability to assess the nutritional
     status of stroke survivors based on
     anthropometrics and biochemical data, medical
     history (e.g., food allergies), diet history and
     physical exam.


2.   Demonstrates the ability to assess and
     implement the appropriate nutrition interventions
     for stroke recovery (e.g., therapeutic modified
     diets).


3.   Demonstrates expert knowledge of alternative-
     feeding methods.


4.   Demonstrates knowledge of anatomy and
     physiology of the gastrointestinal tract.


5.   Demonstrates the ability to support the stroke
     survivor and caregiver in decision-making about
     tube feeding.


6.   Acts as a resource to team members about the
     nutritional care plan of stroke survivors, in
     collaboration with the dietetic assistant.


7.   Demonstrates the ability to assess and
     implement nutrition interventions to improve
     stroke survivor nutrition and hydration status
     after a stroke (e.g., macronutrient and
     micronutrient supplementation).


8.   Demonstrates the ability to prescribe nutrition
     via appropriate feeding routes such as enteral
     feeding and total parenteral nutrition.

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                 LEARNING AREA                            Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                 Base Mid Final
9.   Demonstrates the ability to educate stroke
     survivors and caregivers about therapeutic and
     modified diets, in collaboration with the dietetic
     assistant.


10. Demonstrates the ability to educate and support
     stroke survivors and caregivers about managing
     co-morbidities (e.g., diabetes).




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                 LEARNING AREA                           Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                Base Mid Final
                     Dysphagia
1.   Demonstrates knowledge of oro-pharyngeal
     anatomy and the impact of stroke on swallowing
     function.


2.   Demonstrates the ability to assess nutrition and
     hydration implications of dysphagia, and
     implements appropriate nutrition interventions
     (e.g., thickened fluids/modified texture, and
     alternate feeding methods).


3.   Demonstrates awareness of the proper position
     of the stroke survivor for eating, and uses
     swallowing strategies identified by the team to
     prevent aspiration.


4.   Demonstrates the ability to educate and support
     the stroke survivor and caregiver regarding
     dysphagia management, in collaboration with
     speech-language pathology and the dietetic
     assistant.


5.   Acts as a resource to the team about nutrition
     management of dysphagia.


6.   Collaborates with speech-language pathology
     and/or designated team members, to implement
     and evaluate a comprehensive plan of care.


7.   Demonstrates the ability to promote the stroke
     survivor to self-feed to reduce the potential for
     aspiration.




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                LEARNING AREA                         Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                             Base Mid Final
                    Skin Care
1.   Demonstrates knowledge of nutrition strategies
     for managing skin breakdown including
     macronutrient and micronutrient
     supplementation.




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                LEARNING AREA                           Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                               Base Mid Final
            Continence Management
1.   Demonstrates knowledge of the effect of stroke
     on normal function including constipation, fecal
     impaction, diarrhoea, and/or neurogenic bowel.


2.   Demonstrates the ability to promote strategies
     that promote improved bowel functioning
          Routine toileting
          Dietary interventions.
          Fluid intake - adequate fluid intake 2
           litres/day.
          Proper positioning to promote evacuation,
           i.e., upright and with privacy.




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                LEARNING AREA                             Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                                 Base Mid Final
  Primary and Secondary Stroke Prevention
1. Demonstrates the ability to identify stroke-related
   risk factors and their management including:
          Non-modifiable conditions such as age,
           sex, race/ethnicity, genetic factors
          Modifiable conditions such as behavioural
           (physical inactivity, smoking)
          Predisposing conditions such as stroke,
           TIA, obesity, acute myocardial infarction,
           hypertension, hyperlipidemia, atrial
           fibrillation, diabetes mellitus,
           atherosclerosis (coronary heart disease,
           asymptomatic carotid stenosis, peripheral
           vascular disease), other cardiac disease,
           coagulation disorders, estrogen/
           progestin, replacement therapy
          Probable risk factors such as migraine,
           oral contraceptive use, alcohol abuse,
           stress, sleep apnea, sympathomimetic
           agents, illicit drug use, congenital cardiac
           anomalies.


2. Demonstrates the ability to identify and evaluate
   appropriate nutrition interventions for stroke
   recovery such as therapeutic and/or modified
   diets.


3. Demonstrates the ability to educate the stroke
   survivor and caregiver about reducing nutrition-
   related risk factors (e.g., management of
   hyperlipidemia, diabetes, obesity and
   hypertension), in collaboration with the dietetic
   assistant.




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                LEARNING AREA                          Date    *SELF-RATING    Comments
                                                              Base Mid Final
             Transition Management
1.   Demonstrates the ability to use standardized
     measures to determine the most appropriate
     discharge destination to meet the nutritional
     needs of the stroke survivor.


2.   Demonstrates the ability to assess the
     caregiver’s ability to cope with and manage the
     stroke survivor’s swallowing needs.


3.   Demonstrates an ability to refer the stroke
     survivor to the most appropriate resources to
     meet ongoing nutrition needs.




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