1 Entering data post facto allows you to collect data on paper and enter that historical data into the system at another time.
Post facto data can only be collected using the web version of our site and is not accessible in Scout.
2 Start by selecting your patient initials to open the navigation tree.
3 Click Collect
4 Your score sheets should appear in this list. To enter Post Facto data, either check the box next to a score sheet to activate the "Collect Post Facto" icon in the black header, or Click the score sheet name
5 The Session date and time are required. This is the date and time the actual data was collected, not the date/time it is entered.
Data entered post facto will graph based on this information.
6 Click Session Observer (optional): if the data being entered was collected by a user other than yourself.
*Leave this blank if the data was collected by the person entering post facto data.
7 Click Collect Data
8 Your score sheet will appear with Tabs along the top that match the Activities or Domains of items on the score sheet.
9 While the skill name, Target, Presentation, SD and detail all appear on the left side, the scoring buttons are located on the right.
10 As scores are being entered, the data points will appear here. The numbers represent the number of trials collected/min:max trials required.
Here, 3 trials are required and I've only collected 2.
Trials will appear in red until the minimum is reached.
11 As soon as the minimum number of trials has been reached, the data points turn blue and a score appears on the left.
12 To change activities/domains, select another tab.
13 For Task Analysis skills, press play on the right to open the chain.
14 The + represents independence.
15 Use the P- to indicate that a prompt was required.
*The default settings will determine if the type of prompt provided should also be documented.
16 This icon represents Did not observe. Use this if a step was not seen, not applicable, or shouldn't be scored. Using this icon will throw this step out of the percentage of correct steps.
This chain will be calculated as 10 of 11 correct steps.
17 Review scores and press and Click Done
The "Undo" button is on the far left if a step was scored incorrectly.
18 Let's look at Behavior next.
19 A stopwatch icon represents an interval for the score type. Intervals can be defined for behaviors or skills.
When you're ready to enter scores for the interval, click the stopwatch icon.
20 The parameters and type of interval will be outlined here.
21 Score the first interval by clicking one of the scoring options.
22 Continue through the remaining intervals.
Scores will display in red until all required intervals are documented.
23 When all intervals are scored, Click Done
24 Use the "Did not observe" icon in a behavior to document a frequency count for 0 during that session.
*Pathfinder does not automatically score 0 for behaviors left un-scored. Use this icon to document a behavior that did not occur.
25 The + is a frequency count for behaviors. Press as many times necessary to enter the count for that behavior during that session.
26 This icon represents Duration data collection. It currently is only available for behaviors.
*Not pictured, click the watch icon to enter the number of minutes and seconds that a behavior occurred. Multiple durations can be recorded.
27 With a behavior or target checked, you can document a note by clicking Sample Note
28 Enter a score note for a behavior or skill and press OK
29 The annotate icon will appear when a note has been created for a score.
30 Use Undo remove any scores that were entered incorrectly.
31 Post facto also allows you to access Discover. Select the skill to discover upon.
32 Click Discover
*Many tutorials have been created to demonstrate the options within Discover.
33 As an example, Click Target History to review raw data for a selected target.
34 Click Status History, to review status and make changes.
35 I'll go ahead and master this target.
*Remember, any actions will be applied to the item selected at the top of Discover. The target is selected, so mastery will apply to the target.
36 Select the Master option
37 Date and reason are optional but even in post facto, it will default to the mastery date of the date data is being entered.
38 Click Change Status to apply any other status changes.
39 As an example, I will also turn the "In Maintenance" status On
40 Effective On and Reason is optional.
41 Notes and Setting Events can be created using Discovery in Post Facto
42 Click Setting Events
43 Setting events for the skill or even patient can also be created. Click the link for Patient:
44 Click Setting Events
45 There are all of the patient level events. Add or manage from this list.
Click X to close the discovery window.
46 When collecting data in Post Facto, you can Save whenever you'd like. Save is not the same as Lock.
Save just saves the data you've collected so far. If you've made mastery changes through Discover, you'll want to Save before doing the next step.
47 *Not Pictured
After Save, Refresh the browser to see the mastery status take effect and the target to highlight in green. This is not a required step- Mastery has been applied, but will not be able to be seen in Post Facto until refreshing.
48 The refresh may take a while, but when the page refreshes, the target is showing as mastered and the green shading has appeared.
49 Once all data and notes are entered, it's recommended to review all data before Locking.
Press Lock Session to submit your post facto session data.
50 The session lock window appears next. These fields are optional and can be left blank.
51 Whether completing the fields here or leaving them empty, you will need to press Lock Session to finalize the post-facto data submission.
52 You'll be taken back to the list where you can complete the steps again with a new session of post facto data.
53 If you'd like to review the data that was just collected, or any other data from that score sheet, Click Print
54 Click Goal Score Sheet Summary Report
55 The Score Sheet Summary report is available from different places in the system. This is just one example, and a quick way to review the data and notes that were just submitted. This report can be printed from this window or Click X to close.
56 That's it. You're done.