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To map out clinical programming:
- Determine the important domains for patients and write down the skills needed under each one.
- If a skill fits several domains, CR Essentials allows users to move skills to different domains (during step 4), when modifying patient goal plans.
- If users have targets universal to all patients (e.g. Mom, Dad, Grandma), make a note of those under the corresponding skill. If users have patient-specific targets, those can be added at the patient goal plan level.
- Map out any remaining information for each skill, including:
- Data collection type(s)
- Notes or teaching tips corresponding to the skill
- Mastery criteria
- # of Skill Targets: The number of targets that must be mastered before the entire skill will be recommended for Mastery.
- Target Min. Score: The minimum score required for mastery.
- Target # of Observers: How many different therapists must observe the skill before it can be mastered.
- Observed Over # Days: How many days in a row the skill must meet these requirements in order to be recommended for Mastery in the Mastery widget.
- Assessment scoring, if the skills is for assessment
- Steps for analysis, if applicable
- Pull together any antecedents and consequences for behaviors that might be observed with clients. These can be mapped under categories, such as Attention, Demand, etc.
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