Skill and Activity Logs from Trajecsys Report System

Skill and Activity LogsThe Trajecsys Report System allows students to report progress toward mastery of specific skill sets as designated by each program.

Students may report the skill, level of participation (observed/assisted/performed), supervising instructor or preceptor, time spent, pathology, or other available data points.

Proficiency checksets (also known as competencies, checkoffs, validations, etc.) are then associated with each reported activity on the same report for a rapid visual overview of the student’s progress in mastery of each skill or procedure. Spreadsheet export is available to both the student or faculty.

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Trajecsys Corporation was founded in 2005 by two educators. It features an online clinical management and tracking system for students of health-related programs. The application was developed with input from programs at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related Professions. Since its inception, the Trajecsys Report System is now used by hundreds of health education programs nationwide. Its flexibility allows its use for recordkeeping solutions across dozens of different allied health and nursing modalities, including such diverse program specialties as dosimetry, radiation therapy, nursing, radiography, sonography, medical assisting and many others.

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ABHES Trajecsys Session Scheduled

boothBrian Bright, Trajecsys CEO, will moderate a panel at the national ABHES (Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools) Convention in San Antonio. The panelists from ABHES accredited institutions will discuss considerations in transitioning to an online student reporting/tracking system to monitor student qualitative outcomes.

Panelists will discuss:

1) How and why the decision was made to move to an online system.
2) Challenges in gaining acceptance by faculty, administrators, clinical site instructors and students.
3) Efficiencies gained in accountability, reporting communication and work load as a result of the transition.
4) Enhancements in best practices which are expected to lead to improved accreditation ratings.

The session is scheduled for Thursday, February 25, 2:15-3:30, in Meeting Room Conference 1/2. Bright will also be available before and after the session at Trajecsys Booth 28.

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Trajecsys Corporation was founded in 2005 by two educators. It features an online clinical management and tracking system for students of health-related programs. The application was developed with input from programs at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related Professions. Since its inception, the Trajecsys Report System is now used by hundreds of health education programs nationwide. Its flexibility allows its use for recordkeeping solutions across dozens of different allied health and nursing modalities, including such diverse program specialities as dosimetry, radiation therapy, nursing, radiography, sonography, medical assisting and many others. Learn more at https://www.trajecsys.com.

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Time and Location Tracking from Trajecsys Report System

MONITOR STUDENT LOCATION AND ARRIVAL TIME

Time and Location TrackingThe Trajecsys Report System can track student reporting of lab or clinic arrival and departure. Students have the option of reporting from a computer at the location, or by clocking in or out using a mobile device. If a site computer is used, ip address is recorded; and if using a mobile device with GPS, student location can be displayed.

Times can be verified and approved by site employees or faculty.

Faculty can log in at any time, from anywhere, to see which student is at which location, and when they got there. For some programs, it’s important to document faculty visits and times at sites also; programs can approvetimes1extend this functionality to allow tracking of faculty site visits also.

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Trajecsys Corporation was founded in 2005 by two educators. It features an online clinical management and tracking system for students of health-related programs. The application was developed with input from programs at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related Professions. Since its inception, the Trajecsys Report System is now used by hundreds of health education programs nationwide. Its flexibility allows its use for recordkeeping solutions across dozens of different allied health and nursing modalities, including such diverse program specialties as dosimetry, radiation therapy, nursing, radiography, sonography, medical assisting and many others.