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Capstone Project Milestone 3:

Topic: Vulnerable Population: Mental Disorders

Educating Staff: Implementing Change Guidelines


Purpose

The purpose of this assignment is to create the

Educating Staff: Implementing Change Project

PowerPoint presentation. Your plan is to educate the staff that will be involved in the pilot program. You will need to educate them on the problem, show the supporting evidence, and how your pilot plan will be implemented.


Course Outcomes

This assignment enables the student to meet the following Course Outcomes.

  • CO2: Proposes leadership and collaboration strategies for use with consumers and other healthcare providers in managing care and/or delegating responsibilities for health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance, and rehabilitative activities. (PO #2)
  • CO3: Communicates effectively with patient populations and other healthcare providers in managing the healthcare of individuals, families, aggregates, and communities. (PO #3)
  • CO7: Integrates the professional role of leader, teacher, communicator, and manager of care to plan cost-effective, quality healthcare to consumers in structured and unstructured settings. (PO #7)


Due Date

Milestone 3 consists of the PowerPoint presentation

Educating Staff: Implementing Change Project

. Submit this Milestone to the Dropbox by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of

Week 6

.


Points

Milestone3 is worth

200 points

.


Directions

  • Create an educational presentation for staff before the launch of your change project. This should inform the staff of the problem, your potential solution, and their role in change project.
  • The format for this proposal will be a PowerPoint presentation.
  • Tutorial: For those not familiar with the development of a PowerPoint slideshow, the following link to the Microsoft website may be helpful. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/training-FX101782702.aspx The Chamberlain Student Success Strategies (CCSSS) offers a module on Computer Literacy that contains a section on PowerPoint. The link to SSP CCSSS may be found under the Special Courses list in eCollege.
  • The length of the PowerPoint presentation should be 15-20 slides; excluding the title and reference slides.
  • Below are the topics for the slides: Bullet (or main points) points on your slides, please

  • Citations and References must be included

    to support the information within each topic area. Refer to the APA manual, Chapter 7, for examples of proper reference format. Citations are to be noted for all information contained in your paper that is not your original idea or thought. Ask yourself, âHow do I know this?â and then cite the source. Scholarly sources are expected, which means choose peer-reviewed journals and credible websites.
  • Title slide
  • Description of the Ace Star change model that you have used for this project.
  • Practice Issue
  • Scope of the problemâuse basic statisticsfrom what you know of the problem in your work area.
  • Your team/stakeholders
  • Evidence to support your need for changeâfrom your Evidence Summary
  • Action Plan
  • Timeline for the plan
  • The nurseâs role and responsibility in the pilot program
  • Procedure (what steps are to be taken to complete this change process, from start to finish?)
  • Forms that will be used (if applicable)
  • Resources available to the staffâincluding yourself
  • Summary
  • References


Guidelines

  • Application: Use Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
  • Length: The PowerPoint slide show is expected to be

    between 15-20 slides

    in length (not including the title slide and reference list slide).
  • Submission: Submit your files via the basket in the Dropbox: âEducating the Staff: Implementing the Change Projectâ by 11:59 p.m. Sunday of Week 6.
  • Late Submission: See the course policy on late submissions.
  • Tutorial: If needed, Microsoft Office has many templates and tutorials to help you get started.


Best Practices in Preparing a PowerPoint Presentation

The following are best practices in preparing this presentation.

  • Be creative.
  • Incorporate graphics, clip art, or photographs to increase interest.
  • Make easy to read with short bullet points and large font.
  • Use

    speaker notes

    (found under the section View and âNotesâ in the PowerPoint template you choose. These are for your personal use to use as a reference if you are giving your presentation to an audience and they help faculty identify what you will speak to your audience about.
  • Review directions thoroughly.
  • Cite all sources within the slides with (author, year) as well as on the Reference slide.
  • Proofread prior to final submission.
  • Spell check for spelling and grammar errors prior to final submission.
  • Abide by the Chamberlain academic integrity policy.


Grading Criteria: Educating Staff: Implementing Change


Category


Points


%


Description


The Problem

30

15%

Summary of change model discussed. PracticeIssue is stated. Scope of the problem includes basic statistics as it relates to your work area and scope of problem to healthcare as a whole discussed. Team and stakeholders and their role/reason chosen is discussed as is logical.


The Evidence

35

17%

Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes of the multiple views given in the Systematic Review. Pertinent information is summarized. Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered.


The Plan

35

17%

Plan of action described. Important elements are discussed and logical. Timeline is thorough and contains all elements. Timeline is logical and appropriate.


The Nurseâs Role

25

13%

The nurseâs role in the pilot plan is described and clear. Procedures for the pilot plan are clear and concise.


Resources

20

10%

Form (if applicable) for tracking the outcomes during pilot plan is included. Resources the nurses will need to help implement the plan are included. At least three resources are included. The nurse investigator, the team, internet resources, or other resources the staff needs is included.


Summary

10

5%

Summary slide reiterates the problem and purpose of the plan along with the measurable goals in terms of success.


Overall Presentation

20

10%

Presentation is presented in a clear and logical manner. PowerPoint is appealing to the eye and includes creativity. Font is easy to read. Speaker notes are present.


Mechanics

25

13%

Includes title slide. Grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure are correct. References are properly cited within the paper. Reference page includes all citations. Evidence of spell and grammar check.


Total

200 points

100%


Grading Rubric: Educating the staff Milestone 3

Assignment Criteria

A (100%)

Exceptional

Outstanding or highest level of performance

B (88%)

Exceeds

Very good or high level of performance

C (80%)

Meets

Competent or satisfactory level of performance

NI (38%)

Needs Improvement

Poor or failing level of performance

F (0%)

Developing

Unsatisfactory level of performance


The Problem

30 points

Summary of change model andPractice issue addressed

Basic statistical information as it relates to work area, scope of problem to healthcare as a whole, discussed.

Team, stakeholders and role/reason chosen is discussed and is logical.


30 points â

Summary of change model andPractice issue addressed

Basic statistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussed.

Team, stakeholders and their role/reason chosen is discussed and is logical.


26 points â

Summary of change model discussed andPractice issue addressed

Basic statistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussedminimally.

Team, stakeholders and their role/reason chosen discussed and is logical.


24 points â

Summary of change model is not discussed however,Practice issue is addressed

Basicstatistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussed

Team and stakeholders stated but role/reason chosen is not discussed.


11 points â

None of the elements werepresent.


0 points â


The Evidence

35 points

Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes the author/s pull from the multiple articles in the Systematic Review.

Pertinent information is summarized.

Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered.


35 points â

Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes.

Pertinent information is in paragraph as one overriding theme pulled from the Systematic Review.

Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered.


31 points â

Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of individual authors within the article.

Pertinent information is not summarized.

Sources listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered.


28 points â

Discussion of the evidence is done in terms individual authors.

Pertinent information is not summarized.

Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered.


13 points â

There is no discussionof the evidence.


0 points â


The Plan

35 points

Plan of action described. Important elements are discussed and logical.

Timeline is thorough and contains all elements.

Timeline is logical and appropriate.


35 points â

Plan of action described but not all important elements included.

OR

Timeline is present but doesnât contain all elements.


31 points â

Plan of action described but not all important elements included

AND

Timeline is present but doesnât contain all elements.


28 points â

Plan of action is present but not logical and is incomplete.

The timeline is not appropriate or logical.


13 points â

Plan of action is not present.

The timeline is not present.


0 points â


The Nurseâs Role

25 points

The nurseâs role in the pilot plan is described and clear.

Procedures for the pilot plan are clear and concise.


25 points â

The nursesâ role is described but not clear.

OR

Procedures are discussed but not clear.


22 points â

The nursesâ role is described but not clear.

AND

Procedures are discussed but not clear.


20 points â

The nurseâs roles are not appropriate.

Procedures are not clearly written and are incomplete.


10 points â

Nursesâ roles are absent. Procedures are absent.


0 points â


Resources

20 points

Form (if applicable) for tracking outcomes during pilot study is included.

Resources (to help with the project) the nurses need are included. At least three resources included. The nurse investigator, the team, internet resources, or other resources is included.


20 points â

Form (if applicablefor tracking outcomes included.

At least three resources the nurses need to help with the project are included but the resources were not the best suited resources for the project.


18 points â

Form (if applicablefor tracking outcomes included but was not well-developed.

At least two resources are included but are not included for the duration of the project.


16 points â

Form (if applicablefor tracking outcomes is poorly developed.

Only one resource is listed.


8 points â

Form(if applicable for tracking outcomes is absent

No appropriate resources arelisted.


0 points â


Summary

10 points

Summary slide reiterates the problem and purpose of the plan along with the measurable goals.


10 points â

Summary slide reiterates the problemAND purpose.

Goals are stated but are not referenced in terms of success.


9 points â

Summary slide reiterates the problem OR the purpose, but not both.

Goals are stated.


8 points â

Summary slide reiterates the problem OR the purpose, but not both.

Goals are not mentioned.


4 points â

Summary slide is not shown.


0 points â


Overall presentation

20 points

Presentation is presented in a clear and logical manner.

PowerPoint is appealing and includes creativity.

Font is easy to read.


20 points â

Presentation is accurate and covers most elements.


18 points â

Presentation content is accurate and can be followed, but it lacks flow and creativity.


16 points â

Presentation lacks organization. Creativity is difficult to follow.


8 points â

Presentation lacks any attempt at organization and comes across as chaotic.


0 points â


Mechanics

25 points

Includes title slide.Grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure are correct.

References properly cited within the presentation.

Reference slide includes all citationswithin the PowerPoint presentation.

Evidence of spell and grammar check.


25 points â

Title slide is incomplete.

Minimal errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or sentence structure noted.

References arepresent, with minimal errors in formatwithin the PowerPoint presentation.

Citations are present but not correct format.


22 points â

Missing title slide

Multiple grammar and punctuation errors noted.

References do not include all citations within the PowerPoint presentation.


20 points â

The title slide is missing.

The references are improperly formatted and are incomplete within the PowerPoint presentation.

Errors in spelling and grammar are evident.


10 points â

Title slide and citations are missing.

References are missing.

No evidence of proof-reading prior to submitting assignment.


0 points â


Total Possible Points = 200 points:

Capstone Project Milestone 3
Chamberlain College of Nursing NR451: RN Capstone Course Capstone Project Milestone 3: Educating Staff: Implementing Change Guidelines Purpose The purpose of this assignment is to create the Educating Staff: Implementing Change Project PowerPoint presentation. Your plan is to educate the staff that will be involved in the pilot program. You will need to educate them on the problem, show the supporting evidence, and how your pilot plan will be implemented. Course Outcomes This assignment enables the student to meet the following Course Outcomes. CO2: Proposes leadership and collaboration strategies for use with consumers and other healthcare providers in managing care and/or delegating responsibilities for health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance, and rehabilitative activities. (PO #2) CO3: Communicates effectively with patient populations and other healthcare providers in managing the healthcare of individuals, families, aggregates, and communities. (PO #3) CO7: Integrates the professional role of leader, teacher, communicator, and manager of care to plan cost-effective, quality healthcare to consumers in structured and unstructured settings. (PO #7) Due Date Milestone 3 consists of the PowerPoint presentation Educating Staff: Implementing Change Project. Submit this Milestone to the Dropbox by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 6. Points Milestone 3 is worth 200 points. Directions Create an educational presentation for staff before the launch of your change project. This should inform the staff of the problem, your potential solution, and their role in change project. The format for this proposal will be a PowerPoint presentation. Tutorial: For those not familiar with the development of a PowerPoint slideshow, the following link to the Microsoft website may be helpful. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/training-FX101782702.aspx The Chamberlain Student Success Strategies (CCSSS) offers a module on Computer Literacy that contains a section on PowerPoint. The link to SSP CCSSS may be found under the Special Courses list in eCollege. The length of the PowerPoint presentation should be 15-20 slides; excluding the title and reference slides. Below are the topics for the slides: Bullet (or main points) points on your slides, please Title slide Description of the Ace Star change model that you have used for this project. Practice Issue Scope of the problem—use basic statistics from what you know of the problem in your work area. Your team/stakeholders Evidence to support your need for change—from your Evidence Summary Action Plan Timeline for the plan The nurse’s role and responsibility in the pilot program Procedure (what steps are to be taken to complete this change process, from start to finish?) Forms that will be used (if applicable) Resources available to the staff—including yourself Summary References Citations and References must be included to support the information within each topic area. Refer to the APA manual, Chapter 7, for examples of proper reference format. Citations are to be noted for all information contained in your paper that is not your original idea or thought. Ask yourself, “How do I know this?” and then cite the source. Scholarly sources are expected, which means choose peer-reviewed journals and credible websites. Guidelines Application: Use Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Length: The PowerPoint slide show is expected to be between 15-20 slides in length (not including the title slide and reference list slide). Submission: Submit your files via the basket in the Dropbox: “Educating the Staff: Implementing the Change Project” by 11:59 p.m. Sunday of Week 6. Late Submission: See the course policy on late submissions. Tutorial: If needed, Microsoft Office has many templates and tutorials to help you get started. Best Practices in Preparing a PowerPoint Presentation The following are best practices in preparing this presentation. Be creative. Incorporate graphics, clip art, or photographs to increase interest. Make easy to read with short bullet points and large font. Use speaker notes (found under the section View and “Notes” in the PowerPoint template you choose. These are for your personal use to use as a reference if you are giving your presentation to an audience and they help faculty identify what you will speak to your audience about. Review directions thoroughly. Cite all sources within the slides with (author, year) as well as on the Reference slide. Proofread prior to final submission. Spell check for spelling and grammar errors prior to final submission. Abide by the Chamberlain academic integrity policy. Grading Criteria: Educating Staff: Implementing Change Category Points % Description The Problem 30 15% Summary of change model discussed. Practice Issue is stated. Scope of the problem includes basic statistics as it relates to your work area and scope of problem to healthcare as a whole discussed. Team and stakeholders and their role/reason chosen is discussed as is logical. The Evidence 35 17% Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes of the multiple views given in the Systematic Review. Pertinent information is summarized. Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered. The Plan 35 17% Plan of action described. Important elements are discussed and logical. Timeline is thorough and contains all elements. Timeline is logical and appropriate. The Nurse’s Role 25 13% The nurse’s role in the pilot plan is described and clear. Procedures for the pilot plan are clear and concise. Resources 20 10% Form (if applicable) for tracking the outcomes during pilot plan is included. Resources the nurses will need to help implement the plan are included. At least three resources are included. The nurse investigator, the team, internet resources, or other resources the staff needs is included. Summary 10 5% Summary slide reiterates the problem and purpose of the plan along with the measurable goals in terms of success. Overall Presentation 20 10% Presentation is presented in a clear and logical manner. PowerPoint is appealing to the eye and includes creativity. Font is easy to read. Speaker notes are present. Mechanics 25 13% Includes title slide. Grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure are correct. References are properly cited within the paper. Reference page includes all citations. Evidence of spell and grammar check. Total 200 points 100% Grading Rubric: Educating the staff Milestone 3 Assignment Criteria A (100%) Exceptional Outstanding or highest level of performance B (88%) Exceeds Very good or high level of performance C (80%) Meets Competent or satisfactory level of performance NI (38%) Needs Improvement Poor or failing level of performance F (0%) Developing Unsatisfactory level of performance The Problem 30 points Summary of change model and Practice issue addressed Basic statistical information as it relates to work area, scope of problem to healthcare as a whole, discussed. Team, stakeholders and role/reason chosen is discussed and is logical. 30 points ☐ Summary of change model and Practice issue addressed Basic statistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussed. Team, stakeholders and their role/reason chosen is discussed and is logical. 26 points ☐ Summary of change model discussed and Practice issue addressed Basic statistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussed minimally. Team, stakeholders and their role/reason chosen discussed and is logical. 24 points ☐ Summary of change model is not discussed however, Practice issue is addressed Basic statistical information as it relates to work area is missing and scope of problem to healthcare discussed Team and stakeholders stated but role/reason chosen is not discussed. 11 points ☐ None of the elements were present. 0 points ☐ The Evidence 35 points Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes the author/s pull from the multiple articles in the Systematic Review. Pertinent information is summarized. Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered. 35 points ☐ Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of themes. Pertinent information is in paragraph as one overriding theme pulled from the Systematic Review. Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered. 31 points ☐ Discussion of the evidence is done in terms of individual authors within the article. Pertinent information is not summarized. Sources listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered. 28 points ☐ Discussion of the evidence is done in terms individual authors. Pertinent information is not summarized. Sources are not listed individually but as an Evidence Summary synthesized into concepts discovered. 13 points ☐ There is no discussion of the evidence. 0 points ☐ The Plan 35 points Plan of action described. Important elements are discussed and logical. Timeline is thorough and contains all elements. Timeline is logical and appropriate. 35 points ☐ Plan of action described but not all important elements included. OR Timeline is present but doesn’t contain all elements. 31 points ☐ Plan of action described but not all important elements included AND Timeline is present but doesn’t contain all elements. 28 points ☐ Plan of action is present but not logical and is incomplete. The timeline is not appropriate or logical. 13 points ☐ Plan of action is not present. The timeline is not present. 0 points ☐ The Nurse’s Role 25 points The nurse’s role in the pilot plan is described and clear. Procedures for the pilot plan are clear and concise. 25 points ☐ The nurses’ role is described but not clear. OR Procedures are discussed but not clear. 22 points ☐ The nurses’ role is described but not clear. AND Procedures are discussed but not clear. 20 points ☐ The nurse’s roles are not appropriate. Procedures are not clearly written and are incomplete. 10 points ☐ Nurses’ roles are absent. Procedures are absent. 0 points ☐ Resources 20 points Form (if applicable) for tracking outcomes during pilot study is included. Resources (to help with the project) the nurses need are included. At least three resources included. The nurse investigator, the team, internet resources, or other resources is included. 20 points ☐ Form (if applicable for tracking outcomes included. At least three resources the nurses need to help with the project are included but the resources were not the best suited resources for the project. 18 points ☐ Form (if applicable for tracking outcomes included but was not well-developed. At least two resources are included but are not included for the duration of the project. 16 points ☐ Form (if applicable for tracking outcomes is poorly developed. Only one resource is listed. 8 points ☐ Form (if applicable for tracking outcomes is absent No appropriate resources are listed. 0 points ☐ Summary 10 points Summary slide reiterates the problem and purpose of the plan along with the measurable goals. 10 points ☐ Summary slide reiterates the problem AND purpose. Goals are stated but are not referenced in terms of success. 9 points ☐ Summary slide reiterates the problem OR the purpose, but not both. Goals are stated. 8 points ☐ Summary slide reiterates the problem OR the purpose, but not both. Goals are not mentioned. 4 points ☐ Summary slide is not shown. 0 points ☐ Overall presentation 20 points Presentation is presented in a clear and logical manner. PowerPoint is appealing and includes creativity. Font is easy to read. 20 points ☐ Presentation is accurate and covers most elements. 18 points ☐ Presentation content is accurate and can be followed, but it lacks flow and creativity. 16 points ☐ Presentation lacks organization. Creativity is difficult to follow. 8 points ☐ Presentation lacks any attempt at organization and comes across as chaotic. 0 points ☐ Mechanics 25 points Includes title slide. Grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure are correct. References properly cited within the presentation. Reference slide includes all citations within the PowerPoint presentation. Evidence of spell and grammar check. 25 points ☐ Title slide is incomplete. Minimal errors in grammar, punctuation, and/or sentence structure noted. References are present, with minimal errors in format within the PowerPoint presentation. Citations are present but not correct format. 22 points ☐ Missing title slide Multiple grammar and punctuation errors noted. References do not include all citations within the PowerPoint presentation. 20 points ☐ The title slide is missing. The references are improperly formatted and are incomplete within the PowerPoint presentation. Errors in spelling and grammar are evident. 10 points ☐ Title slide and citations are missing. References are missing. No evidence of proof-reading prior to submitting assignment. 0 points ☐ Total Possible Points = 200 points: NR451 W6 Milestone 3.docx 4/22/17 GH