Health Science programs around the world use Insight Assessment test instruments to assure that their applicants and graduates are prepared to engage in rigorous educational programs and achieve professional licensure as nurses, physician, dental hygienists, physician assistants, occupational therapists, pharmacists and speech therapists.
Assessments for Health Science Professionals
- INSIGHT Health – Health Science professionals in all health care delivery specialties
- Health Sciences Reasoning Test (HSRT)– Undergraduate and graduate students in Health Science professional preparation programs
- Health Sciences Reasoning Test – Associate Degree (HSRT-AD) – Students in two year or certificate Health Sciences programs
- California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST)– All disciplines and fields
- California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory (CCTDI) – All disciplines and fields
- CCT-G835 – Highly qualified Health Science specialists
INSIGHT Development Program can easily be integrated into your assessment and training processes. It offers a series of self-paced online thinking skills and mindset enrichment modules with accompanying exercises, access to an assessment metric and performance reporting tools.
Select the Right Test
INSIGHT Health provides an array of customized, comprehensive, two-part solutions designed to test the reasoning skills of patient facing and business operating members of the health care team. INSIGHT Health assesses the professional work ethic and essential thinking skills required for success at targeted levels of responsibility. Health care systems use INSIGHT assessments for hiring and placement, for employee development initiatives and to build strong teams. Strengths and weaknesses of reasoning skills and mindset are reported for individual and groups of test-takers.
The HSRT is designed for working professionals and for undergraduate and graduate professional school students in Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Social Work, Physical Therapy, Medical Technology, Occupational Therapy, Allied Health and other fields in the health sciences. Norms are available by professional field and educational level. The HSRT tool sets critical thinking questions in health sciences and clinical practice contexts, and presumes no specialized technical knowledge. In addition to an overall critical thinking skills score, the HSRT scales report skills scores on analysis, interpretation, inference, evaluation, explanation, induction, deduction and Numeracy.
The HSRT-AD (Health Sciences Reasoning Test-Associate Degree) is the form of the HSRT designed and calibrated specifically for use by certificate and two year programs in the health sciences. Scores reported include: OVERALL Score, Analysis, Inference, Evaluation, Induction, Deduction and Numeracy.
The CCTST is designed for working professionals and for undergraduate and graduate students in all academic disciplines and professional practice fields. The CCTST is the original member of the California Critical Thinking Family of skills tests. The CCTST tool sets critical thinking questions in everyday context which are familiar to adults, undergraduates and graduate students. It presumes no specialized disciplinary knowledge. In addition to an overall critical thinking skills score, the CCTST scales report skills scores on analysis, interpretation, inference, evaluation, explanation, induction, deduction and Numeracy.
The California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory is the premier tool for surveying the dispositional aspects of critical thinking. It measures the “willing” dimension in the expression “willing and able” to think critically. The CCTDI is designed for use with the general adult population, undergraduates, technical and professional school students, and graduate students. The CCTDI scales measure truthseeking, open-mindedness, analyticity, systematicity, confidence in reasoning, inquisitiveness and maturity of judgment. High scores on the CCTDI indicate a strong positive disposition toward engaging problems and decisions using one’s critical thinking skills. Low scores indicate an aversion toward using thinking to solve problems or make decisions.
The CCT-G835 is designed to test the critical thinking skills of personnel who have been selected, or are being selected, for positions that require strategic decision making, and for working professionals, scientists and technologists with strong educational preparation.