Program Learning Outcomes Benchmarks and Outcome Data

Program Learning Outcome 1a & 1b: Medical Knowledge

Benchmark: Successful completion of end-of-program summative exams with a score of 80% or higher by 80% or greater number of cohort students; and, successful completion of PANCE by equal or greater number of cohort students to national average.

Outcome: No data available until 08/2019

Program Learning Outcome 2a and 2b: Mindful Interpersonal & Communication Skills

Benchmark: Score of 4 or 5 on all Preceptor Evaluation of SCPE Student and 1, 3, and 5 year Employer Survey Items pertaining to professionalism (including behavior and interpersonal skills) by 90% or greater number of cohort students (or, in the case of employer survey, by 90% or greater number of returned surveys).

Outcome: Data collected from the Preceptor of Evaluation of the Student’s Clinical Performance evaluations for the Class of 2019 (as of Fall 2018), evidences 97.22% of students obtained scores of 4 (consistently meets expectations; 20.83%) or 5 (consistently exceeds expectations; 76.39%) on exhibiting proficiency in student professionalism exhibited by their work ethic, behavior and interpersonal skills including but not limited to the following: punctuality, professional attire and grooming, respective interaction with staff, colleagues, preceptors, and patients; appropriate level of engagement in activities; following directions responding appropriately to constructive criticism.

 

Program Learning Outcome 3a: Evidence-Based, Culturally-Sensitive Patient Care

Benchmark: Score of 4 or 5 on all Preceptor Evaluation of SCPE Student items pertaining to ability to provide patient-centered care (compassionate, culturally-sensitive, and patient-centric care that is evidence-based and balances quality and cost-effectiveness in promoting the best possible patient outcomes) by 90% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: Data collected from the Preceptor of Evaluation of the Student’s Clinical Performance evaluations for the Class of 2019 (as of Fall 2018), evidences 100% of students obtained scores of 4 (consistently meets expectations; 25%) or 5 (consistently exceeds expectations; 75%) on exhibiting proficiency in compassionate, culturally-sensitive, and patient-centric care that is evidence-based and balances quality and cost-effectiveness in promoting the best possible patient outcomes.


Program Learning Outcome 3b: Preventative Care

Benchmark: Score of 4 or 5 on all Preceptor Evaluation of SCPE Student items pertaining to ability to provide preventative care by 90% or greater number of cohort students; 80% or higher score on Program summative examination questions pertaining to preventative care by 80% or greater number of cohort students.and, successful completion of PANCE by equal or great number of cohort students to national average.

Outcome: Data collected from the Preceptor of Evaluation of the Student’s Clinical Performance evaluations for the Class of 2019 (as of Fall 2018), evidences 100% of students obtained scores of 4 (consistently meets expectations; 37.50%) or 5 (consistently exceeds expectations; 62.50%) on exhibiting proficiency in preventative healthcare.

Program Learning Outcome 4a: Professionalism in Actions

Benchmark: Score of 4 or 5 on all Preceptor Evaluation of SCPE Student and 1, 3, and 5 year Employer Survey items pertaining to professionalism by 90% or greater number of cohort students (or, in the case of employer survey, by 90% or greater number of returned surveys).

Outcome: Data collected from the Preceptor of Evaluation of the Student’s Clinical Performance evaluations for the Class of 2019 (as of Fall 2018), evidences 97.22% of students obtained scores of 4 (consistently meets expectations; 20.83%) or 5 (consistently exceeds expectations; 76.39%) on exhibiting proficiency in professionalism exhibited by their work ethic, behavior and interpersonal skills including but not limited to the following: punctuality, professional attire and grooming, respective interaction with staff, colleagues, preceptors, and patients; appropriate level of engagement in activities; following directions responding appropriately to constructive criticism.

Program Learning Outcome 4b: Ethical & Professional Standards of PA Profession)

Benchmark: 80% or higher score on end-of-program summative examination questions pertaining to ethical and professional standards by 80% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: No data available until 08/2019

Program Learning Outcome 4c: Knowledge of Legal/Regulatory Requirements

Benchmark: 90% or higher score on end-of-program summative examination questions pertaining to legal/regulatory requirement by 80% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: No data available until 08/2019

Program Learning Outcome 4d: Ability to Recognize One’s Own Limitations

Benchmark: Score of 4 or 5 on all Preceptor Evaluation of SCPE Student items pertaining to professionalism by 90% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: Data collected from the Preceptor of Evaluation of the Student’s Clinical Performance evaluations for the Class of 2019 (as of Fall 2018), evidences 97.22% of students obtained scores of 4 (consistently meets expectations; 20.83%) or 5 (consistently exceeds expectations; 76.39%) on exhibiting proficiency in professionalism exhibited by their work ethic, behavior and interpersonal skills including but not limited to the following: punctuality, professional attire and grooming, respective interaction with staff, colleagues, preceptors, and patients; appropriate level of engagement in activities; following directions responding appropriately to constructive criticism.

Program Learning Outcome 5a: Practice Based Learning & Improvement

Benchmark: Successful completion of Research Project contributing to practice based improvement by 90% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: No data available until 08/2019

Program Learning Outcomes 6a-6e: Systems Based Practice

Benchmark: 80% or higher score on end-of-program summative examination questions pertaining to system based practice by 80% or greater number of cohort students.

Outcome: No data available until 08/2019