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Hosterman, Shell,l J.

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Hosterman, Shelly J.
BSW Midterm Evaluation 2015

Name:
Anticipated Graduation Date:
Number of Hours as an intern

Carin Marshall
12/12/2015
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Agency Information

Field/Task Supervisor
Agency
Address
Address 2
City/Town
State
Zip
County
Phone Number

Shelley Hosterman
Geisinger Bloomsburg
425 East 1st Street Suite 201
Bloomsburg
PA
17815
Columbia
570-271-8255

Basic Work Requirements


Arrives on time
Uses time effectively
Informs supervisor and makes arrangements for absences.
Reliable, completes requested or assigned tasks on time.
Completes required total number of hours or days on site.
Is responsive to norms about clothing, language, etc. on site.

Ethical Awareness and Conduct


Knowledge of general ethical guidelines
Knowledge of ethical guidelines of internship placement
Demonstrates awareness and sensitivity to ethical issues
Personal behavior is consistent with ethical guidelines
Consults with others about ethical issues if necessary

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Competency #1: Identify as a professional social worker and conduct oneself accordingly (EPAS 2.1.1)
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Attend to professional roles and boundaries
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Demonstrate professional demeanor in behavior, appearance and
Sophisticated Demonstration
communication.
Engage in careerlong learning.
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Demonstrate knowledge of the profession's history
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Student uses supervision and consultation.
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Overall Ranking
Highly Proficient Demonstration

Competency #2: Applies social work ethical principles to guide


Recognize and manage personal values to allow professional
values to guide practice.
Make ethical decisions by applying standards of the National
Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and, as applicable,
of the International Federation of Social W orkersllnternational
Association of Schools of Social Work Ethics in Social Work,
Statement of Principles
Exhibit the ability to tolerate ambiguity in resolving ethical
conflicts.
Apply strategies of ethical reasoning to arrive at principled
decisions.
Overall Ranking

professional practice (EPAS 2.1.2)


Satisfactory Demonstration

Satisfactory Demonstration

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Satisfactory Demonstration

Competency #3: Apply critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments (EPAS 2.1.3
Distinguish, appraise, and integrate among multiple sources of
knowledge, including researchbased knowledge, and practice
Satisfactory Demonstration
wisdom.
Analyze models of assessment and prevention intervention, and
Highly Proficient Demonstration
evaluation.
Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in
working with individuals, families, groups, organizations,
Highly Proficient Demonstration
communities, and colleagues.
Overall Ranking
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #4: Engage diversity and difference in practice (EPAS 2.1.4)


Recogni~e the extent to which cultural structures and values may
oppress, marginalize, alienate, or create or enhance privilege and Satisfactory Demonstration
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Highly Proficient Demonstration
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #5: Advance human rights and social and economic justice (EP AS 2.1.5)
Identify and understands the forms and mechanisms of
Satisfactory Demonstration
discrimination and oppression.
Advocate for human rights and social and economic justice.
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Engage in just practice that advances social and economic
Satisfactory Demonstration
justice.
Overall Ranking
Satisfactory Demonstration
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #6: Engage in research informed practice and practice informed research (EPAS 2.1 .. 6)
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Use current research evidence to inform practice.
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Overall Ranking
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #7: Apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment (EP AS 2.1. 7)
Utilize conceptual frameworks to guide the processes of
Highly Proficient Demonstration
assessment, intervention, and evaluation
Critique and apply knowledge to understand person and
Highly Proficient Demonstration
environment
Demonstrate knowledge about human behavior across the life
Satisfactory Demonstration
course.
Demonstrate knowledge of the range of social systems in which
Satisfactory Demonstration
people live and their impact on achieving health and wellbeing
Overall Ranking
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Mid-Term Comments:

Engage in policy practice to advance social and economic well being and to deliver
Competency #8:
effective social work services (EPAS 2.1.8)
Analyze, formulate , and advocate for policies that advance social NI A
wellbeing
Collaborate with colleagues and clients for effective policy
Satisfactory Demonstration
action
Understand how the policy affects service delivery
Satisfactory.Demonstration
Demonstrate knowledge of history and current structures of social
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Satisfactory Demonstration

Overall Ranking
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #9:
: Respond to contexts that shape practice (EPAS 2.1.9)
Continuously discover, appraise, and attend to the influence of
context (locale, population,
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developments, and emergmg societal trends) on service delivery to
provide relevant services
Provide leadership in promoting sustainable changes in service
Highly Proficient Demonstration
delivery and practice to improve the quality of social services
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Overall Ranking
Mid-Term Comments:

Competency #10: Engagement, assessment, intervention and


organizations, and communities (EP AS 2.1.10)
.Substantively and effectively prepare for action with individuals,
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Use empathy and other interpersonal skills
Develop a mutually agreed-on focus of work and desired
outcomes
Collect, organize, and interpret client data
Assess client strengths and limitations
Develop mutually agreed-on intervention goals and objectives
Select appropriate intervention strategies
Initiate actions to achieve organizational goals
Implement prevention interventions that enhance client
capacities
.Help clients resolve problems
.Negotiate, mediate, and advocate for clients
Facilitate transitions and endings
Critically analyze monitor, and evaluate interventions
Overall Ranking

Mid-Terin Comments:

evaluation with individuals, families, groups,


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Highly Proficient Demonstration
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Sophisticated Demonstration
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Satisfactory Demonstration
Satisfactory Demonstration
Highly Proficient Demonstration
Satisfactory Demonstration
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Highly Proficient Demonstration
Satisfactory Demonstration
Satisfactory Demonstration
Satisfactory Demonstration
Corin is involved in evaluations and treatment
and observes all of these processes - does not run
client sessions herself. But is involved and
developing skills in these areas through
observations & involvement in sessions.
Corin has been an excellent social work intern.
Our entire psychology team is impressed with
her ability to manage task independently,
complete complex tasks with minimal support,
and her professional nature. She is an active
contributor to team projects and willing to take
the lead on tasks, present to the team, and
communicates efficiently and effectively. Her

Midterm Summary Comments:

senior project has been an excellent contribution


to our clinical work and will likely advance to a
research study or publication. We look forward
to having her more involved in clinical care during the 2nd half of the semester. Thank you
for sharing Corin with our team. Its been a great
experience. She is a thoughtful and concientous
student.

I, Carin Marshall have read and had a chance to discuss this evaluation with my task supervisor (if applicable),
my field instructor, my field liaison. I would like to add the following comments/information: (hand wtite
below if printed out or student can comment in comment box below if you complete electronically with student
present)

CowvL~

barjn Marshall Student

Cann S'lf
Field Liaison