Outcomes

Medical/Nursing Services Assessments:

  • Abnormal Pap/Colposcopy
    • As a result of health education about their abnormal pap and colposcopy referral, SHS students will learn about their disease
      process and the importance of complying with colposcopy as advised. This learning will be demonstrated by students following through with their colposcopy appointment and their ability to articulate what their postcolposcopy plan of care is.
  • Family Planning Services
    • Students desiring to prevent pregnancy will be able to access family planning services at SHS.
  • Hepatitis B Understanding
    • As a result of Hepatitis B health education during their SHS immunization consultation, students will develop an understanding of Hepatitis B disease transmission and prevention; nonimmune individuals will be motivated to comply with the recommended vaccination series.
  • Immunization Compliance for VFC
    • As a result of their clinic consultation with Nurse Practioners, Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program eligible students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of completing and/or receiving the optimal number of recommended vaccine(s) doses prior to student becoming ineligible.
  • Nutrition and Wellness
    • As a result of their participation in nutrition and wellness health education at Student Health Services students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of weight management on overall health.
  • Smoking Cessation
    • As a result of their participation in smoking cessation counseling at Student Health Services, students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of smoking cessation for health and learn strategies to assist them in smoking cessation.
  • TB Skin Test Visit
    • Students will report learning more about TB and about additional SHS services available to them during their TB skin test visits.

Psychological Services Assessments

  • Individual Counseling
    • As a result of receiving individual counseling at SHS, students will learn strategies for handling psychological issues and know when to seek additional future counseling services.
  • Group Counseling
    • As a result of receiving group psychological counseling at SHS, students will develop strategies for management of the psychological issues addressed in the therapist led group which they attended.
      • Anger Management Group
      • Communication Skills Group
      • How To End An Abusive Relationship GroupLGBTIQ Support Group
      • Mental Health No Show Assessment
      • Procrastination Group
      • Social Skills/Overcoming Anxiety/Panic Attack Groups
      • Stress Management Group
      • Substance Misuse Issue Support Group
      • Surviors of Sexual Abuse Group
      • Test Anxiety Workshops
      • Tools for Improving Your Mood Group
      • Trauma Education and Support Group

Administrative Unit Outcomes Assessments

  • Access to Community Resources
    • Eligible Students will have access to information on medi-cal and other appropriate community services during each clinic visit.
  • Direct Student Services Productivity 
    • Clinician resources will be optimized so students will be able to access student services as effectively as possible.