Student Health Aide Program Assessment (poster 9)

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Maynard, Angela
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Learning outcome: Students will reflect on their experience as a campus health aide and submit a paper that discusses the personal impact their work has had in relation to Jesuit charisms.|ULO: Deliberative Reflection|CAS: Clinical Health Services Standards and Guidelines: 1.a., 2, 1.b, 2.e, 2 h, 2|Abstract: Jesuit principles are integral to Creighton University's culture.|Magis: Literally translated ?more.? This is the challenge to strive for excellence.|Women and Men for and with Others: Sharing gifts, pursuing justice, and having concern for the poor and marginalized.|Cura Personalis: ?Care for the individual person.? Respecting each person as a child of God and all of God's creations.|Unity of Heart, Mind, and Soul: Developing the whole person. Integrating all aspects of our lives.|Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (AMDG): ?For the Greater Glory of God.?|Forming and Educating Agents of Change: Teaching behaviors that reflect critical thought and responsible action on moral and ethical issues.|Creighton Student Health Services, provides holistic health care that supports students in their academic endeavors and prepares them to make healthy choices throughout their lives. We monitor compliance with University immunization and insurance requirements. Our outreach programs enhance the health of the campus community. |Campus health aides serve as an extension of student health services, to provide care for students on campus after business hours. The campus health aide role allows students who have an interest in health care to develop and use their skills under the direction of a physician to provide basic health care to their fellow Creighton students.|Jesuit tradition teaches the importance of deliberative reflection. At the end of the year, students were asked to reflect on their role as a campus health aide and identify the ways in which Jesuit values were infused into their work. It was clear that they feel they receive more than they give. They were able to put Jesuit principles into action. Deliberate reflection and integration of Jesuit charisms into daily life are valuable tools for a life well lived.|
Creighton University, Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment
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