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Field Visit Report
You will be required to visit a health facility and to record your observations of it.
To achieve awareness of a health facility. To observe the conditions of that facility. To distinguish between observation and evaluation when collecting data during a visit. To write an evaluation and description of the health facility and program.
A. Description and Interpretation
Your first step is to observe and record what you see at the health facility and then interpret your data. Description requires you to look closely at the environment and to identify the physical elements of the agency, its clients, its objectives, and so forth. Interpretation requires you to explain your perception of the what the agency is attempting to accomplish.
1. Describe the physical appearance of the place, including atmosphere, number of rooms, and size.
Now you need to make a judgment about this agency. An evaluation requires you to offer personal reactions to what you saw. Make sure to provide reasons for having these reactions.
6. What was your first impression of the facility? Do you believe the facility suits the clients it serves? Why do you believe this?
C. Written Report
Write a two-page essay describing the program for someone who is considering using its services. Use the responses from the above questions as a basis for the report. Name the agency and describe some of its central features in the introduction.
(This assignment has been adapted from Integrated Skills Reinforcement: Reading Writing, Speaking, and Listening Across the Curriculum. Written by JoAnn Romeo Anderson, Nora Eisenberg, John Holland, Harvey S. Weiner and Carol Rivera-Kron, the book is an outgrowth of a project in faculty development at Fiorello H. LaGuardia Community College of the City University of New York.)
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