Clinical Practicum Evaluation Report

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Clinical Practicum Evaluation Report

Student Name: Student No.

Programme: Higher Diploma in Nursing / Bachelor of Health Science (Hons): NY/SY

Hospital/ Institute: Ward/ Specialty:

Supervisor First/Second clinical practicum Night hours: _____

Types of assessment: Formative (F) Date: Summative (S) Date:


Standard Procedure

Quality of Performance



  • Proficient, coordinated and confident;

  • Occasional expenditure of excessive energy

  • Within an expedient time period

Without supportive cues


  • Safe

  • Accurate

  • Effect - each time

  • Affect - each time

  • Efficient, coordinated and confident

  • Some expenditure of excessive energy

  • Within a reasonable time period

Occasional supportive cues


  • Safe

  • Accurate

  • Effect - most of the time

  • Affect - most of the time

  • Skillful in parts of behaviour and coordinated

  • Expends excessive energy

  • Within a delayed time period

Frequent verbal and occasional physical directive cues in addition to supportive ones


  • Safe but not alone; Performs at risk

  • Accurate – not always

  • Effect – occasionally

  • Affect - occasionally

  • Unskillful and inefficient

  • Considerable expenditure of excessive energy

  • With prolonged time period

Continuous verbal and frequent physical cues



Unable to demonstrate behaviour

  • Unable to demonstrate procedure/ behaviour

  • Lacks confidence, coordination, and efficiency

Continuous verbal and physical cues


Not applicable / Not Observed

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Krichbaum, K., Rowan, M., Duckett, L., Ryden, M.B. & Savik, K. (1994). The clinical evaluation tool: a measure of the quality of clinical performance of baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 33 (9), 395-404.

Lofmark, A. & Thorell-Ekstrand, I. (2004).  An assessment form for clinical nursing education: a Delphi study.  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 48(3): 291-298.

 Watson, R., Stimpson, A., Topping, A. & Porock, D. (2002).  Clinical competence assessment in nursing: a systematic review of the literature.  Journal of Advanced Nursing, 39(5): 421-431.

Woolley, G. R., Bryan, M. S. & Davis, J. W. (1998). A Comprehensive approach to clinical evaluation. Journal of Nursing Education, 37 (8), 361-366.
Note: Students must score 3 or above for all objectives in order to obtain a satisfactory grade.








1.1 Collects data for nursing assessment from a variety of sources.

1.2 Identifies potential and actual health problems by differentiating normal and abnormal behaviour of patients and their families.

1.3 Identifies presence of patient risk factors

1.4 Interprets data based on acquired knowledge

1.5 Identifies health problems

1.6 Establishes priorities for care



2.1 Develops goals with specific time frame based on health problems

2.2 Identifies nursing interventions appropriate and relevant to patient health problems

2.3 Explains rationale for selected interventions

2.4 Incorporates patient and family strengths and weakness in planning

2.5 Identifies discharge planning needs

2.6 Identifies patient learning needs

2.7 Participates in developing health teaching plan

2.8 Demonstrates increasing skill in organizing nursing care



3.1 Provides for patient safety in the clinical setting

3.2 Demonstrates safety and competence in selected psychomotor skills :

3.3 Demonstrates awareness of self in relationship to patients and their significant others

3.4 Uses communication techniques appropriately in patient situation

3.5 Responds appropriately and with sensitivity to patient and family verbal and non-verbal cues

3.6 Respects the rights and dignity of patients and their significant others

3.7 Creates an environment which is conducive to patient recovery

3.8 Implements health teaching plan based on identified learning needs



4.1 Utilizes the problem-oriented method for recording relevant data

4.2 Evaluates outcomes of care

4.3 Recognizes the need for modification of the care plan

4.4 Develops alternative interventions


Professional Behaviours

5.1 Recognizes own strengths and limitations

5.2 Demonstrates ability to reflect own competency, feeling and understanding of work situations through keeping of learning diary or journal

5.3 Seeks guidance as appropriate

5.4 Demonstrates increasing ability to criticize own work for continued development

5.5 Communicates with other health care team members on overall plan of care for patient

5.6 Participates in group conference and shares pertinent learning experience

5.7 Reports on time

F = Formative Assessment

S = Summative Assessment

Narrative Comments

(Summative evaluation)



Overall Performance: Satisfactory / Unsatisfactory
Student Signature Date
Supervisor Signature _______________________ Date

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