A. R. C. Respiratory Care Class of 2005 - Student Evaluation of Clinical Rotation - Sutter Roseville - Fall 2005



STUDENT EVALUATION OF CLINICAL ROTATION


INSTRUCTIONS:  
Read each statement and check the appropriate number that best reflects your response to the statement.

  1. STRONGLY AGREE
  2. AGREE
  3. UNDECIDED
  4. DISAGREE
  5. STRONGLY DISAGREE

Name


COURSE NUMBER:
RC 113
RC 123
RC 131
RC 142


SEMESTER:
FALL
SPRING


Dates of this Clinical Rotation:




Department / Area(s) Assigned:




The number of patients in the clinical setting was sufficient to meet course objectives.


1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


The range of health problems represented in the patient population was sufficient to meet course objectives.
1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


The variety of learning opportunities was sufficient to meet course objectives.
1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


The staff provided positive role models.
1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


There were sufficient resources (personnel, supplies, equipment) available to meet course objectives
1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


The attitude of the staff contributed to a supportive learning environment.
1. STRONGLY AGREE
2. AGREE
3. UNDECIDED
4. DISAGREE
5. STRONGLY DISAGREE


Strengths of this clinical setting




Areas for improvement in this clinical setting.




Your Name and Date: