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Grading Procedures for Directed Clinical Learning Courses

The teaching instruments used for grading consist of:
• Case studies
• Clinical competency completion
• Checklist completion
• An affective evaluation
The clinical learning evaluation is composed of technical skills and professional attributes, a grade is obtained based on the appropriate numerical conversion chart for the course. The clinical competency is assessed as either pass or fail.

The Program Clinical Coordinator has the prerogative to alter the clinical grade if the student’s behavior and attitude is not in compliance with the professional conduct guidelines listed or if other clinical policies are not adhered to.