The Individual Success Plan (ISP) assignment is a crucial component of the course and program-related objectives, as it provides students with an opportunity to plan for successful completion of the required 50 community direct clinical practice experience hours, 50 leadership direct clinical practice hours, and 25 indirect clinical experience hours.
To complete the ISP assignment, students should collaborate with their course faculty and preceptor to establish a plan that outlines specific steps and timelines for completing the program requirements. This may include scheduling clinical practice hours, identifying appropriate clinical sites, and establishing communication with clinical preceptors and mentors.
In addition to the clinical practice requirements, the ISP should also outline work associated with program competencies. This may involve developing a plan for completing coursework, participating in seminars and workshops, and engaging in independent study to develop key competencies related to the program.
Finally, the ISP should also include work associated with completion of the student’s capstone project change proposal. This may involve identifying a specific area of focus for the project, developing a research question or hypothesis, and identifying appropriate data sources and methodologies for conducting the study.
Overall, the ISP assignment requires careful planning and collaboration with course faculty and preceptors to ensure successful completion of the program requirements and development of key competencies related to the field of study.