Examine collaborative trends in community health nursing (PO2

Direct Care Project OverviewThere are four parts to the Direct Care Project.There will be graded Project Check-ins that correlate to each part.The topic selected in Part 1 will be the same one used in Parts 2 through 4.Review the table below for overview and due dates with each topic.Carefully review the instructions, templates, tutorials, and rubrics for each part.Contact your instructor with questions.Overview Points Due Date ProjectsAir Quality Substance UsePart 1: Assessment: Completed in Week 2Part 2: Planning: Check-In 10 Wednesday of Week 4 Required, graded check-in on progress of assessing your communityPart 2: Planning the Presentation 150 Sunday end of Week 4 Create a PowerPoint presentation on the use of the Air Quality Flag Program. Create a presentation on the use of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)Part 3: Implementing the Presentation Required Schedule presentation Saturday of Week 5 through Saturday Week 6 Present to a local organization that serves the identified vulnerable population and could implement the Air Quality Flag Program; Includes participant(s) completing a Pre- and Post-survey Present to a group of healthcare professionals that serves the identified vulnerable population and could implement SBIRT; Includes participants completing a Pre- and Post-surveyPart 3: Implementation: Check-In 10 Wednesday of Week 5 Required, graded check-in on progress of implementing your presentationPart 4: Evaluation: Check-In 10 Wednesday of Week 6 Required, graded check-in on progress of evaluation of your presentation and projectPart 4: Evaluating the Project 140 Sunday end of Week 6 Evaluate learning and reflect on project. Evaluate learning and reflect on project.Course OutcomesThis direct care project enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:
CO2 Assess the health of populations, aggregates, and communities (PO4)CO3 Apply the nursing process to vulnerable populations with professional clinical judgment and evidence-based practice (PO4 & 8)CO5 Utilize a collaborative approach to address factors that influence population health (PO2)CO6 Examine collaborative trends in community health nursing (PO2)Part 2 enables the student to meet the following course outcome:
CO3 Apply the nursing process to vulnerable populations with professional clinical judgment and evidence-based practice (PO4 & 8)Due Date for Part 2Sunday 11:59 PM MT at the end of Week 4
Points Possible for Part 2150 Points
Late Assignment PolicyIf the assignment is not submitted by due date, a late deduction will be applied. See rubric below.
Directions for Part 2For this part of the direct care project, you will be creating a PowerPoint presentation based on the topic and problem identified in Part 1. If you chose air quality as your topic, you will present on the Air Quality Flag Program. If you chose substance use, you will present the SBIRT intervention model.If you have chosen substance use, you will present to at least 3 practicing RN’s. You can present all at one time or individually. If you chose air quality, you will present to at least one organization leader. See the Direct Care Project module for FAQs.
Each topic has separate directions.Download the Planning Your Presentation Directions for your corresponding topic.
Air Quality
Air Quality Flag Program: Planning the Presentation Instructions (Links to an external site.)Substance Use
SBIRT: Planning the Presentation Instructions (Links to an external site.)View the Direct Care Project Part 2 Tutorial (Links to an external site.).Download the template below and create a PowerPoint presentation for your selected group.Create speaker notes for the PowerPoint presentation. These will assist you as you present and will be part of your assignment submission.Utilize your own words and paraphrasing for all presentation content.The presentation should be no fewer than 8 and no more than 15 slides. This does not include the introduction and reference slides.Submit presentation in PDF for instructor approval. See Submitting PowerPoint Notes Pages in PDF format (Links to an external site.).You will present the PowerPoint to your audience, not the PDF, as you do not want the speaker notes to show to your audience members.Note: You may not present until your presentation has been approved by your instructor.Review comments about your presentation from your instructor in Grades. Please see the Viewing Feedback on Assignments job aid in Resources. Your instructor will indicate what (if any) revisions are needed in your presentation and if it is approved to present as-is or once revisions are made.**You may be instructed to resubmit depending on the revisions needed.
After your presentation is approved, see Week 5: Direct Care Project Part 3: Implementing Your Presentation. This is where you will find:Attendance formPre-surveyPost-survey***The surveys you will give your audience pre and post presentation are already developed. You will submit the attendance form with the Part 4 submission and utilize the survey data in the Part 4 assignment. ***
Templates and LinksClick on the links below to download and view the resources for your project.
PowerPoint Presentation Template (Links to an external site.)
Air Quality Flag Program (Links to an external site.) (website)
SBIRT (Links to an external site.) (website)
Microsoft PPT training (Links to an external site.) (website)
Best Practices
Please use your browser’s File setting to save or print this page.Include your name and date on the title slide.Check for spelling and grammar errors prior to final submission.Use bullet points instead of long sentences or paragraphsInclude graphics, photographs, colors, and themes.Use the rubric as a final check prior to submission to ensure all content is clearly addressed.Scholarly Sources and CitationsMinimum of 3 references. See Presentation Instructions for references needed.Cite all resources in APA format on the slide where content occurs. Cite in lower corner/footer as prompted on template.Reference slide is in template. Hanging indent is not required.**Academic Integrity**
Chamberlain College of Nursing values honesty and integrity. All students should be aware of the Academic Integrity policy and follow it in all discussions and assignments.
By submitting this assignment, I pledge on my honor that all content contained is my own original work except as quoted and cited appropriately. I have not received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment.
RubricDirect Care Project Part 2: Planning the PresentationDirect Care Project Part 2: Planning the PresentationCriteria Ratings PtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCommunity Descriiption1. Relevant demographic data2. Relevant epidemiological data15 ptsCommunity descriiption includes all relevant demographic and epidemiological data.13 ptsCommunity descriiption includes most of the relevant demographic and epidemiological data.12 ptsCommunity descriiption includes some relevant demographic and epidemiological data.6 ptsCommunity descriiption includes minimal relevant demographic and epidemiological data.0 ptsProvides no community descriiption15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProblem Descriiption1. Problem overview2. Contributing factors25 ptsProblem descriiption includes a comprehensive overview and contributing factors.22 ptsProblem descriiption includes an adequate overview and contributing factors.20 ptsProblem descriiption includes a minimal overview and contributing factors.10 ptsEither problem overview OR contributing factors are missing.0 ptsProvides no problem descriiption25 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSBIRT OR Air Flag Program descriiption1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes40 ptsComprehensively provides all four criteria1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes35 ptsAdequately provides all criteria1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes32 ptsMinimally provides all criteria OR one criterion is missing.1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes15 ptsMissing two to three criteria1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes0 ptsProvides no criteria1. Elements; 2. Use; 3. Example; 4. Outcomes40 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCommunity Resource1. Describes one community resource that can assist with identified problem.2. Assesses the 4 A’s(Affordability, Acceptability, Accessibility,Availability)25 ptsOne community resource described; Assesses the four A’s22 ptsOne community resource described but one of the four A’s missing20 ptsOne community resource described but two of the four A’s are missing10 ptsOne community resource described but three of the four A’s are missing0 ptsProvides no resources OR all the four A’s are missing25 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeImplications1. Provides comprehensive overview;2. Explains how the implementation could impact outcomes;3. Utilizes at least one scholarly reference as support.15 ptsProvides comprehensive overview of the impact to audience, how the implementation could impact outcomes, and utilizes one scholarly reference.13 ptsProvides adequate overview of the impact to audience, how the implementation could impact outcomes, and utilizes one scholarly reference.12 ptsOverview and explanation are minimal OR missing one criterion6 ptsMissing two criteria0 ptsProvides no criteria15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusionIncludes brief overview of:1. Community demographic and epidemiological data;2. Problem;3. Program/tool descriiption;4. Resources;5. Implications;6. Importance to improving population health outcomes15 ptsProvides all six criteria.Includes brief overview of: 1. Community demographic and epidemiological data; 2. Problem; 3. Program/tool descriiption; 4. Resources; 5. Implications; 6. Importance to improving population health outcomes13 ptsMissing one criterion12 ptsMissing two to three criteria6 ptsMissing four to five criteria0 ptsProvides no criteria15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and Design:1. Writing contains no spelling or grammatical errors;2. Bullet points used instead of long sentences or paragraphs;3. Notes section is utilized;4. Slides are visually appealing incorporating graphics, photographs, colors, and themes5 ptsProvides all four criteria1. Writing contains no spelling or grammatical errors; 2. Bullet points used instead of long sentences or paragraphs; 3. Notes section is utilized; 4. Slides are visually appealing incorporating graphics, photographs, colors, and themes4 ptsMissing one criterion3 ptsMissing two criteria2 ptsMissing three criteria0 ptsProvides no criteria5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProfessionalism1. Reference and title slide present; title slide includes name;2. Assignment is 8 -15 slides (not including the title and reference slide);3. Assignment submitted as PDF;4. A minimum of three sources are used and cited in APA on slide where content occurs in lower corner/footer.10 ptsProvides all four criteria1. Reference and title slide present, title slide includes name; 2. Assignment is 8 -15 slides (not including the title and reference slide); 3. Assignment submitted as PDF; 4. A minimum of three sources are used and cited in APA on slide where content occurs in lower corner/footer.9 ptsMissing one criterion8 ptsMissing two criteria4 ptsMissing three criteria0 ptsProvides no criteria10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLate Deduction0 ptsNo points deductedSubmitted on time0 ptsNot submitted on time – Points Deducted (5% deduction per day)1 day late = 7.5 Deduction; 2 day late = 15 Deduction; 3 day late = 22.5 Deduction; 4 day late = 30 Deduction; 5 day late = 37.5 Deduction; 6 day late = 45 Deduction; 7 day late = 52.5 Deduction; Score of 0 if more than 7 days late0 ptsTotal Points: 150