Table 7

Site B viewpoint 2: Non-patient centered practice
Numbered statements Statement rankings across discrete viewpoints
1 2 3
18 The student does not protect patients from injury or potentially abusive situations 1 4 2
27 The clinical educator encourages students to do things beyond their scope 3 2 −3
13 The student does not provide accurate, relevant and timely documentation of client care 1 2 −1
31 The clinical educator does not enforce clinical program policies −1 1 −2
40 The student is taught to cut corners or guided to do things differently than what was taught in school 2 0 1
2 The student makes independent clinical decisions beyond his/her competency 4 −1 2
1 The student practices outside of his/her scope 5 −1 5
32 The clinical educator does not regularly document evaluations of the student’s performance −4 −1 −3
4 The student does not demonstrate critical thinking through the nursing process 1 −2 1
37 The formal evaluation processes are unclear −5 −2 −4
30 Clinical educators and professors do not regularly discuss student progress and expectations −1 −3 −5
41 The clinical educator does not provide constructive feedback in a confidential manner −2 −4 −1
34 There are inconsistent expectations among clinical groups or faculty (skill, workload, hours) −1 −4 0
39 The student responds defensively to constructive feedback −2 −5 −3

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