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There is an example of a written response in the PPC II AIMS site.
- Maintained eye contact most of the time
- Did not rely solely on notes
- Students may use notes. Do not overly rely on your notes.
- Appeared generally relaxed
- Movements and gestures enhanced delivery
- Most sentences were complete and grammatically correct
- Voice was clear and audible
- Pace was appropriate
Organization and Timing
- Sequence was logical
- Transitions were clear
- Within 2 minute of allotted time (e.g. within 28 to 42 minutes for a 30-40 minute presentation)
Depth of Knowledge
- Most information was relevant to the question
- The 7-steps approach was utilized when providing the response
- See Professor McEwen's lecture (COM students) or Dr. Hoffmaster's lecture (COP students) for more information about the 7-steps approach.
- The PP-ICO method was utilized to come up with ultimate clinical question
- The PP-ICONS method was utilized to critique the literature
- Literature Search: Named database(s) searched. Provided search strategy and reasons for selecting the article.
- Critique of the literature was mostly accurate and complete
- Primary literature presented generally supports claims
- Answered questions concisely
- Appeared confident when answering questions
- Answered >50% of questions without assistance
- The introduction of the paper orients the reader to the clinical question
- Identified all relevant literature resources
- The recommendation is stated clearly with the appropriate level of certainty (or uncertainty)
- Reference citation formats are appropriately formatted (consistent with the Uniform Requirements)
- Paragraphs are organized logically/appropriately.
- Sentences and paragraphs transition smoothly.
- Correct grammar and spelling are used throughout the written response
Professional Conduct (failure to achieve in this area will result in a meeting with the course director)
For Zoom presentations, students are not required to wear their white coat and name badge. Semi-professional attire is required.
In person sessions:
The student was:
- dressed appropriately
- Group members are wearing professional attire.
- wearing a clean white coat
- displaying their name badge
- respectful to other presenters