Patient Education Project Tool

  
You will design a patient education tool that can be used by nurses for teaching patients using computer applications. You will then present your tool to the class and explain the purpose, how you created it, reasoning for your choice of applications, and provide current evidence of the effectiveness of this patient education. This presentation is 5-10 minutes.
DUE DATE: 
Total Points: 200
Patient Education Project Tool Rubric – 100 points
  
Points

18-20

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14-17

10-16

0

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Use of Computer Applications

Creative,   innovative, effective use of computer applications

Effective use of computer   applications

Ineffective   use of computer use of applications

Lacking   use of computer applications

 
Organization

Extremely   well organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from   one idea to another and cleverly conveyed; the organization enhanced the   effectiveness of the project

Well   organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from one   idea to another and conveyed; the organization enhanced the effectiveness of   the project

Somewhat   organized; ideas were not presented coherently and transitions were not   always smooth, which at times distracted the audience

Choppy   and confusing; format was difficult to follow transitions of ideas were   abrupt and seriously distracted the audience

 
Content   Accuracy

100 % of   the facts are accurate 

99-90%   of the facts are accurate 

89-80%   of the facts are accurate

Fewer   than 80% of facts are accurate

 
Research

Went   above and beyond to research information; solicited material in addition to   what was provided; brought in personal ideas and information to enhance   project; and utilized variety of resources to make project effective

Did a   very good job of researching; utilized materials provided to their full   potential; solicited adequate resources to enhance project; at time took the   initiative to find information outside of school.

Used   the material provided in an acceptable manner, but did not consult any   additional resources

Did   not utilize resources effectively; did little or no fact gathering on the   topic

 
Creativity

Was   extremely clever and presented with originality; a unique approach that truly   enhanced the project

Was   clever at times; thoughtfully and uniquely presented

Added   a few original touches to enhance the project but did not incorporate them   throughout

Little   creative energy used during this project; was bland, predictable, and lacked   “zip”

 

Patient Education Project Class Presentation Rubric: 100 points
   
Points

18-20

14-17

10-13

5-9

0-4

Comments
 
Voice

Speaker uses appropriate pitch,   volume, and rate of speaking. Articulation excellent.

Hasty conversational style;   does not interfere with volume or articulation. Communication is unhampered.

Low volume; hasty   conversational style compromises articulation and communication.

Speech difficult to hear or   understand; communication is severely compromised.

Speaker is inaudible, and/or   speech is garbled, impeding communication.

 
Gestures and Audience Engagement

Eyes, hands, facial expression,   and body language all coordinate to support communication.

Eye contact is adequate. Facial and body language are neutral.

Eye contact and facial   expressions are minimal; gestures and body language distracting.

No eye contact; speaker is   stationary, or is supported by lectern.

No eye contact, speaker is   rigid, head down, or is unable to continue.

 
Speech Content

Introduction explains the   purpose of the tool, previews speech.
Body clearly explains how you   created it and the reasoning for choice of tools.
Conclusion ties presentation   together.

Speech is prepared, organized   into an introduction, body, and conclusion, with minimal transitional   devices.

Speech is obviously prepared   and researched, but has no discernible intro, body, and/or conclusion and   lacks interlocking thoughts.

Speech has an impromptu effect,   with no discernible parts or transitions; is obviously poorly researched and   unprepared.

Speech is unprepared, not   researched, and is obviously an impromptu presentation.

 
Evidence Support

Research used from appropriate   sources

Research used, but not from   appropriate sources

.

No research support provided

 
Length of presentation

Presentation is 5-10 minutes in   length

Presentation is <5 minutes   or>10 minutes in length
  
You will design a patient education tool that can be used by nurses for teaching patients using computer applications. You will then present your tool to the class and explain the purpose, how you created it, reasoning for your choice of applications, and provide current evidence of the effectiveness of this patient education. This presentation is 5-10 minutes.
DUE DATE: 
Total Points: 200
Patient Education Project Tool Rubric – 100 points
  
Points

18-20

14-17

10-16

0

Comments
 
Use of Computer Applications

Creative,   innovative, effective use of computer applications

Effective use of computer   applications

Ineffective   use of computer use of applications

Lacking   use of computer applications

 
Organization

Extremely   well organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from   one idea to another and cleverly conveyed; the organization enhanced the   effectiveness of the project

Well   organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from one   idea to another and conveyed; the organization enhanced the effectiveness of   the project

Somewhat   organized; ideas were not presented coherently and transitions were not   always smooth, which at times distracted the audience

Choppy   and confusing; format was difficult to follow transitions of ideas were   abrupt and seriously distracted the audience

 
Content   Accuracy

100 % of   the facts are accurate 

99-90%   of the facts are accurate 

89-80%   of the facts are accurate

Fewer   than 80% of facts are accurate

 
Research

Went   above and beyond to research information; solicited material in addition to   what was provided; brought in personal ideas and information to enhance   project; and utilized variety of resources to make project effective

Did a   very good job of researching; utilized materials provided to their full   potential; solicited adequate resources to enhance project; at time took the   initiative to find information outside of school.

Used   the material provided in an acceptable manner, but did not consult any   additional resources

Did   not utilize resources effectively; did little or no fact gathering on the   topic

 
Creativity

Was   extremely clever and presented with originality; a unique approach that truly   enhanced the project

Was   clever at times; thoughtfully and uniquely presented

Added   a few original touches to enhance the project but did not incorporate them   throughout

Little   creative energy used during this project; was bland, predictable, and lacked   “zip”

 

Patient Education Project Class Presentation Rubric: 100 points
   
Points

18-20

14-17

10-13

5-9

0-4

Comments
 
Voice

Speaker uses appropriate pitch,   volume, and rate of speaking. Articulation excellent.

Hasty conversational style;   does not interfere with volume or articulation. Communication is unhampered.

Low volume; hasty   conversational style compromises articulation and communication.

Speech difficult to hear or   understand; communication is severely compromised.

Speaker is inaudible, and/or   speech is garbled, impeding communication.

 
Gestures and Audience Engagement

Eyes, hands, facial expression,   and body language all coordinate to support communication.

Eye contact is adequate. Facial and body language are neutral.

Eye contact and facial   expressions are minimal; gestures and body language distracting.

No eye contact; speaker is   stationary, or is supported by lectern.

No eye contact, speaker is   rigid, head down, or is unable to continue.

 
Speech Content

Introduction explains the   purpose of the tool, previews speech.
Body clearly explains how you   created it and the reasoning for choice of tools.
Conclusion ties presentation   together.

Speech is prepared, organized   into an introduction, body, and conclusion, with minimal transitional   devices.

Speech is obviously prepared   and researched, but has no discernible intro, body, and/or conclusion and   lacks interlocking thoughts.

Speech has an impromptu effect,   with no discernible parts or transitions; is obviously poorly researched and   unprepared.

Speech is unprepared, not   researched, and is obviously an impromptu presentation.

 
Evidence Support

Research used from appropriate   sources

Research used, but not from   appropriate sources

.

No research support provided

 
Length of presentation

Presentation is 5-10 minutes in   length

Presentation is <5 minutes   or>10 minutes in length 
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You will design a patient education tool that can be used by nurses for teaching patients using computer applications. You will then present your tool to the class and explain the purpose, how you created it, reasoning for your choice of applications, and provide current evidence of the effectiveness of this patient education. This presentation is 5-10 minutes.
Assignment File(s)

Patient Education Project and Presentation [Word Document]

Rubric
NM 208 Patient Education Project ToolNM 208 Patient Education Project ToolCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUse of Computer Applications20.0 to >17.0 ptsHigh ProficiencyCreative, innovative, effective use of computer applications17.0 to >14.0 ptsModerately High ProficiencyEffective use of computer applications14.0 to >10.0 ptsProficient PointsIneffective use of computer use of applications10.0 to >0 ptsLow-Level Proficiency/Non-ProficientLacking use of computer applications20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization20.0 to >17.0 ptsHigh ProficiencyExtremely well organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from one idea to another and cleverly conveyed; the organization enhanced the effectiveness of the project17.0 to >14.0 ptsModerately High ProficiencyWell organized; logical format that was easy to follow; flowed smoothly from one idea to another and conveyed; the organization enhanced the effectiveness of the project14.0 to >10.0 ptsProficient PointsSomewhat organized; ideas were not presented coherently and transitions were not always smooth, which at times distracted the audience10.0 to >0 ptsLow-Level Proficiency/Non-ProficientChoppy and confusing; format was difficult to follow transitions of ideas were abrupt and seriously distracted the audience20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent Accuracy20.0 to >17.0 ptsHigh Proficiency100 % of the facts are accurate17.0 to >14.0 ptsModerately High Proficiency99-90% of the facts are accurate14.0 to >10.0 ptsProficient Points89-80% of the facts are accurate10.0 to >0 ptsLow-Level Proficiency/Non-ProficientFewer than 80% of facts are accurate20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResearch20.0 to >17.0 ptsHigh ProficiencyWent above and beyond to research information; solicited material in addition to what was provided; brought in personal ideas and information to enhance project; and utilized variety of resources to make project effective17.0 to >14.0 ptsModerately High ProficiencyDid a very good job of researching; utilized materials provided to their full potential; solicited adequate resources to enhance project; at time took the initiative to find information outside of school.14.0 to >10.0 ptsProficient PointsUsed the material provided in an acceptable manner, but did not consult any additional resources10.0 to >0 ptsLow-Level Proficiency/Non-ProficientDid not utilize resources effectively; did little or no fact gathering on the topic20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCreativity20.0 to >17.0 ptsHigh ProficiencyWas extremely clever and presented with originality; a unique approach that truly enhanced the project17.0 to >14.0 ptsModerately High ProficiencyWas clever at times; thoughtfully and uniquely presented14.0 to >10.0 ptsProficient PointsAdded a few original touches to enhance the project but did not incorporate them throughout10.0 to >0 ptsLow-Level Proficiency/Non-ProficientLittle creative energy used during this project; was bland, predictable, and lacked “zip”20.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0PreviousNext

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