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WCU ’ s SACS QEP Quality Enhancement Plan The HIA Experience. Irene Mueller, EdD, RHIA Mary Teslow, MLIS, RHIA College of Health & Human Sciences August 13, 2008. SACS Cycle. 10-year timeframe Compliance & QEP QEP Assessment ongoing Units and Students University as a whole

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WCU’s SACS QEPQuality Enhancement PlanThe HIA Experience

Irene Mueller, EdD, RHIAMary Teslow, MLIS, RHIA

College of Health & Human Sciences

August 13, 2008


SACS Cycle

  • 10-year timeframe

    • Compliance & QEP

  • QEP Assessment ongoing

    • Units and Students

    • University as a whole

  • Progress Report at the 5th year - 2012

  • Final report 10th year

  • Next SACS Review 2017

    • New QEP


WCU Quality Enhancement Plan

  • 2007: accreditation from SACS-COC

    • 10 year cycle, reporting at year 5

  • QEP topic (Undergraduate Only)

    • Synthesis: A Pathway to Intentional Learning.

  • QEP Committees

    • Irene – served on SACS

    • Mary – serves on Technology


Synthesis

  • Definition

    • The ability to integrate knowledge from different areas into an integrated, original whole

  • Impact

    • Is now the driving framework for teaching and learning at WCU.


QEP Framework

  • Fosters synthesis across disciplines

    • coordinating curricular and co-curricular experiences to facilitate students’ developmentof a clearer purpose at the university.

  • The outcome of the plan will be

    • students who are intentional participants in their own learning.


QEP Learning Goal #1

Students will apply the synthesis concept in key decision-making.Specifically, students will:

  • formulatea learning plan that integrates academic/student life and post-graduation goals,

  • demonstratesynthesis in key curricular and co-curricular decisions.


QEP Learning Goal #2

Students will reflect on their progress through the university experience, maintaining an integrated approach to learning.Specifically, students will:

  • connectthe academic and student life components of their university experience,

  • refinetheir learning planin light of those connections.


QEP Learning Goal #3

Students will evaluate their university experience in relation to their future education and career plans. Specifically, students will:

  • communicatethe connections between the university experience and future education and career plans,

  • review and revise their “Education Briefcase” to create appropriate documents … in preparation for life after university.


Coordinated by Carol Burton

Asst. Vice Chancellor, Undergraduate Studies

Will Impact

Academics, faculty and advisors

Residential Life

Service Learning

Student Leadership

Career Planning/Education

Implementation


QEP Timeline (SACS 10-year cycle)

  • 4 academic programs are piloting

    • Health Information Administration (HIA)

    • Recreation Therapy, Chemistry, History

  • 2007-2008

    • Planning by pilot programs, others

  • 2008-2009

    • Implementation by pilot programs, others

    • Planning by all undergrad components

  • 2009-2010

    • Implementation across campus


Education Briefcase

  • An e-portal through which students will be able to interact with faculty, advisors, and career counselors; it is the literal manifestation of the students’ learning plan

  • Microsoft SharePoint

    • Pilot Programs 2008-09

    • Starts with Fall 2009 freshmen

    • Students “own” their Briefcase


HIA Pilot

  • Program Goal

    • To integrate WCU’s QEP goals throughout the upper-division professional sequence

  • To address several current concerns

    • Professional expectations

    • Professional behaviors

    • Professional products


HIA will focus only on the following QEP learning goals

In the Junior Year, students will:

  • Connect the academic and student life components of their experience

  • Refine their learning plan


HIA will focus only on the following QEP learning goals

In the Senior Year, students will:

  • Communicate the connections between their university experiences and their future education and career plans, and

  • Review and revise their learning/career plan.


QEP-related Activities in HIA

  • Should meet several goals, including

    • Related to healthcare

    • Application of professional behaviors and attitudes

    • Application of interpersonal communication skills, and

    • Experience working in teams


Examples of HIA Activities

  • AHIMA student membership

  • Business Etiquette Dinners and Receptions

  • Allied Health Career Day

  • Haunted Moore Hall project management and teamwork

  • Red Cross Blood Drive sponsorship

  • HSCC 101 fitness assessment data recorders

  • Personal Health Record (MyPHR) presentations


PPE (clinical) courses

  • QEP-related curriculum structure

    • 1-credit course in each of first 3 semesters

    • Relate other courses to activities

    • Exploring, Applying

  • Self-SOAP Notes about activities

    • Reflecting and Connecting


Self-SOAP Notes

  • Standard healthcare documentation method adapted for self-reflection

    • Subjective

    • Objective

    • Assessment

    • Plan

  • Also connects / integrates professional content with personal context


eBriefcase Artifact Examples

  • Research Papers

  • Myers-Briggs Personality Type

  • Technology assignments

  • Self-SOAP notes and other reflection

  • Resumes, evolving over time

  • Perfect Interview responses

  • Performance evaluations


Posted in H:/HHS/Sharein a new QEP Folder

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