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Sampling Client Report for Heart and Hands Training (detail)

FOR: Aug 16, 2009 to Ju1 30, 2016

Facility Totals                                   ID# Written     %%%  Var.  Skills  %%%   Var.  Total   %%%  Var.
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HEART AND HANDS                         9028    107         96     +8      105      98     +9     103        99      
  • ID#: Training program ID.
  • Written: Number of written exams attempted.
  • %%%: Pass rate on the written exam for candidates trained at this facility.
  • Var.: Variance from the statewide mean pass rate. For example, if your pass rate is 92% and the variance is +5 then the state mean rate for the same period was 87%.
  • Skill: Number of skill exams attempted.
  • %%%: Pass rate on the skill exam for candidates trained at this facility.
  • Var.: Variance from the statewide mean pass rate. For example, if your pass rate is 79% and the variance is -4 then the state mean rate for the same period was 83%.
  • Total: Number of candidates tested in either written or skills during the selected date range.
  • %%%: Overall pass rate for candidates trained at this facility that tested during this time frame.
  • Var.: Variance from the statewide mean pass rate. For example, if your pass rate is 89% and the variance is +7 then the state mean rate for the same period was 82%.

Written Exam:

Safety                                |-----------------------------------------87%     | 
Communication & Interpersonal Skills  |---------------------------------------85%       | 
Infection control                     |-----------------------------------------87%     | 
Basic Rights                          |----------------------------------------86%      | 
Basic Nursing Skills & Personal Care  |----------------------------------------86%      | 
Role & Responsibility                 |------------------------------------------90%    | 
Physical Health & Illness             |-----------------------------------------87%     | 
Mental Health & Illness               |-----------------------------------------87%     | 
Growth & Development Across the Ages  |-----------------------------------------87%     | 

Number ofTimes Missed Candidates have missed test items whose question or correct answer contain, reference, or imply these vocabulary words or phrases. (n%) = probability of missing that term.
33 communication( 15%)
31 reporting( 19%)
27 falls( 31%)
26 feeding( 14%)
21 responding to resident behavior( 28%)
20 perineal care( 21%), transfers( 26%)
18 diabetes( 19%), standard precautions( 21%)
17 Alzheimer's( 11%)
14 AIDS( 23%), appropriate response( 22%), personal care( 21%), pressure ulcer( 14%)
13 advance directives( 76%), dressing( 14%), tub bath( 25%)
12 catheter care( 32%), confused resident( 18%), gloves( 26%), resident independence( 8%), wheelchair safety( 26%)
11 ambulation( 8%), BID( 73%), care plan( 17%), PRN( 73%), urinary system( 19%)
10 isolation( 9%), mouth care( 30%), paraphrasing( 67%), swelling( 30%), toileting schedule( 63%), vision change( 21%), vital signs( 19%)
9 bed position( 27%), body fluids( 26%), bowel program( 20%), confidentiality( 16%), congestive heart failure( 24%), sexual advances( 53%), sundowning(100%)
8 bathing( 24%), body mechanics( 10%), contracture( 11%), depression( 24%), infection( 13%), liquid diet( 33%), nursing assistant's role( 7%), rights( 7%)
7 blindness( 21%), contamination( 10%), disinfection( 9%), dysphagia( 15%), flexed( 47%), glass thermometer( 47%), hearing aid( 19%), linen( 10%), personal items( 32%), radial( 22%), weak side( 27%)
6 call light( 6%), hazardous substance( 12%), objective( 40%), range of motion( 18%), resident's chart( 16%), restorative care( 16%)
5 aphasia( 10%), bedpan( 14%), central nervous system( 29%), cold compress( 29%), constrict( 29%), dehydration( 19%), edema( 17%), elastic stockings( 17%), fire( 9%), foot board( 21%), foot drop( 21%), MDS( 23%), NPO( 10%), oral temperature( 26%), restraint( 22%), stroke( 56%), unconscious( 36%), walker( 19%), weight( 18%)
4 accidents( 17%), activities( 18%), arteries( 67%), cane( 22%), clarification( 13%), dementia( 15%), disrespectful treatment( 22%), documentation( 25%), dying( 9%), dyspnea( 57%), foot care( 24%), gait belt( 14%), guardian( 67%), hair care( 27%), hip prosthesis( 57%), HIPAA( 24%), ileostomy( 57%), memory loss( 14%), oxygen( 6%), PTSD( 13%), resident abuse( 15%), sexually transmitted diseases( 12%), sharps container( 40%), shaving( 7%), tachycardia( 80%), urine( 13%), vomitus( 50%), weighing( 17%)
3 abdominal thrust( 8%), antibacterial( 38%), antiembolitic( 18%), bathing resident( 11%), bladder training( 38%), breathing( 60%), cardiovascular system( 9%), charge nurse( 10%), comfort care( 13%), constipation( 7%), CVA(100%), dentures( 6%), dizziness( 9%), droplets( 14%), end of life care( 60%), fraud( 43%), height( 14%), incontinence( 60%), intake and output( 30%), integumentary system( 13%), making occupied bed( 12%), material safety data sheets( 17%), mechanical soft diet( 8%), needles( 38%), nutrition( 13%), PPE( 10%), preventing falls( 25%), pulse( 10%), rigidity(100%), security( 20%)
2 abuse( 12%), arteriosclerosis( 67%), cataracts( 67%), choking( 10%), circulation( 33%), cleaning spills( 20%), cleaning( 11%), coughing excessively( 12%), dialysis( 12%), empathy( 10%), fecal impaction( 20%), financial abuse( 10%), Fowler's( 11%), gastric feedings( 29%), hand washing( 4%), IV care( 12%), libel( 50%), low sodium diet( 12%), microorganism( 8%), mistreatment( 12%), nail care( 18%), paralysis( 3%), patience( 6%), positioning( 40%), preventing injury( 18%), resident centered care( 13%), seizure( 4%), social worker( 12%), spills( 20%), supplemental feedings( 6%), telephone etiquette( 13%), tube feeding( 7%), water faucets( 6%)
1 admission( 10%), admitting resident( 2%), aging process( 20%), alarms( 9%), arthritis( 3%), aseptic(100%), aspiration( 13%), assistive device( 9%), autism( 25%), behavioral care plan( 6%), bleeding( 4%), bodily fluids( 25%), body language( 5%), burnout( 3%), cast( 7%), cc's in an ounce( 4%), cold application( 4%), colostomy care( 7%), combative resident( 9%), decubitus ulcer( 6%), denture care( 7%), diastolic( 7%), digestion( 6%), disoriented( 7%), disposing of contaminated materials( 6%), drug tolerance( 7%), emotional support( 5%), emphysema( 17%), ethics( 11%), frequent urination( 6%), grieving process( 3%), hepatitis B(100%), hypertension( 7%), indwelling catheter( 4%), infection control(100%), life support( 11%), log rolling( 7%), medical asepsis( 4%), mentally impaired( 3%), musculoskeletal system( 7%), myocardial infarction( 6%), oral care( 17%), oral hygiene( 13%), oriented( 11%), parenteral nutrition( 14%), Parkinson's( 3%), pathogens( 5%), personal stress( 25%), plaque( 20%), positioning resident( 3%), post mortem care^( 11%), prioritizing( 14%), privacy( 3%), quadriplegia( 14%), resident rights( 6%), Resident's Bill of Rights( 14%), resident's environment( 3%), resident's families( 5%), respiration( 5%), respirations( 11%), respiratory symptoms( 9%), restraints( 2%), sputum test( 10%), stress( 11%), suicide( 20%), TED hose(100%), tips( 17%), tubing( 20%), urine filter( 25%), wandering resident( 5%), warm application( 7%), white blood cells( 7%)
Vocabulary Summary Note: The number presented in the first column represents the number of times items referencing the given vocabulary terms were answered incorrectly. To estimate the total number of times that vocabulary term was "seen" (referenced by an item), you can divide the number of times missed (first column) by the decimal equivalent of the probability of missing (xx%). 

Examples: An item missed 9 times with a missed probability of 10% would have been "seen" 90 times; 9 divided by .10. An item missed 38 times with a missed probability of 20% would have been "seen" 190 times; 38 divided by .20. 

Study focus should be given to topics with a high probability of missing (relative to your cut score) that have been administered a larger number of times. If your cut score is 80%, then you should be concerned with terms that have been missed more than 20% of the time that have been administered a non-trivial number of times.