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NR 704 Week 4 Evidenced Based Promotion Project Part 1

NR 704 Week 4 Evidenced Based Promotion Project Part 1

 

 

Evidenced-Based Promotion Project, Part 1:

Guidelines and Rubric

Purpose

The purpose of this project is to identify a high-risk population derived from the students’ clinical practice at the microsystem level. After identification of the population, the student (based on the literature) will ascertain the adverse health outcomes associated with this population, using the appropriate epidemiological principles and terminology. This information will serve as the basis for the development of interventions in the second part of the project.

Course Outcomes

This assignment provides documentation of student ability to meet the following course outcomes:

  1. Distinguish the roles and relationships between epidemiology and biostatistics in the prevention of disease and the improvement of health. (PO 1)
  2. Assimilate principles of epidemiology with scientific data necessary for epidemiologic intervention and draw appropriate inferences from epidemiologic data. (PO 1)
  3. Synthesize ethical and legal principles regarding the collection, maintenance, utilization, and dissemination of epidemiologic data. (PO 1)
  4. Utilize appropriate public health terminology and definitions of epidemiology necessary for interprofessional collaboration in advanced practice. (PO 8)
  5. Analyze the role of the advanced practice nurse in overcoming access barriers in providing culturally relevant and high-quality healthcare for vulnerable and high-risk populations. (PO 1)
  6. Differentiate biopsychosociopolitical and economic/environmental conditions impacting epidemiologic perspectives that inform scientific, ethical, economic, and political discussion of public health issues. (PO 1)
  7. Articulate the driving and restraining forces of public health screening programs. (PO 1)
  8. Examine selected strategies for increasing interprofessional collaboration in interventional health education programs across lay public, professional, and/or practice settings. (PO 8)
  9. Formulate an interventional public health program in response to an identified epidemiologic problem. (PO 1)
  10. Integrate interprofessional collaboration in the design, implementation, and outcomes evaluation elements of a selected interventional public health program for improving health. (PO 8)

Points

The assignment is worth a total of 200 points.

Due Date

Submit your completed assignment under the Dropbox tab by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT of Week 4 as directed.

Requirements

  1. Part 1 of the project is worth 200 points and will be graded on quality of self-assessment, use of citations, use of standard English grammar, sentence structure, and overall organization based on the required components as summarized in the directions and grading criteria and rubric.
  2. Create your assignment using Microsoft Word (a part of Microsoft Office), which is the required format for all Chamberlain College of Nursing documents. You can tell that the document is saved as an MS Word document because the file name will end in .docx.
  3. Follow the directions and grading criteria closely. Any questions may be posted in the weekly Q & A Forum.
  4. The length of the paper is to be no more than 8 pages, excluding the title page and reference pages.
  5. APA format is required with both a title page and a reference page. Use the required components of the review as Level 1 headings (upper and lower case, centered, boldface):

Note: Introduction—Write an introduction but do not use “Introduction” as a heading in accordance with the rules put forth in the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (2010, p. 63).

  1. Identification of high-risk population
  2. Adverse health outcomes
  3. Utilization of epidemiological principles and terminology

Directions and Grading Criteria

Category Points % Description
Introduction 20 10 Introduction to high-risk populations and the role of the DNP in identifying these populations
Identify a high-risk population from your clinical or practice area. Identify the level of system (micro, meso, or macro). 60 40 Identify a high-risk population from your practice area at the microsystem level. Discuss the rationale for the high-risk status. Explore the population and their risk factors in light of the epidemiological triangle.
Adverse Health Outcomes 60 30 Based on research, address the adverse health outcomes of the high-risk population. (If the population you have identified has multiple high-risk factors, please address).
Utilization of  at least five epidemiology principles and terminology such as risk, M & M, incidence, prevalenceweb of causation, rates, etc. 30 15 Utilize the proper epidemiological terminology to describe the high-risk populations identified and their risk factors
Clarity of writing 20 10 Use of standard English grammar and sentence structure. No spelling errors or typographical errors. Organized around the required components using appropriate headers.
APA format 10 05 All information taken from another source, even if summarized, must be appropriately cited in the manuscript and listed in the references using APA (6th ed.) format:1.   Document setup

2.   Title and reference pages

3.   Citations in the text and references.

Total: 200 100 A quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

 

 

 

Grading Rubric NR704 Evidenced Based Promotion Project, Part 1

Assignment Criteria Meets Criteria Partially Meets Criteria Does Not Meet Criteria
Introduction(20 points) Clearly introduces the theory of high-risk populations and the importance of their identification. Rationale for identification is well presented and fully developed.15–20 points Basic understanding and/or limited understanding of high-risk populations and the necessity of identification.9–14 points Little or limited introduction of high-risk populations and/or inaccuracies in the theory or identifications of high-risk populations.0–8 points
Identification of High Risk Population(60 points) Accurate and clear identification of a high-risk population. Correct and complete representation of the high-risk attributes of the population. The system is identified correctly.50–60 points Some components of the identified risk population missing. The appropriate system’s level is not completely or clearly presented.35–49 points Little or incorrect identification of the high-risk population. Incorrect or little understanding of the appropriate  system. 

0–34 points

Identification of Adverse Health Outcomes(60 points) Accurate and complete identification of all the adverse health outcomes associated with the identified high-risk population. 

50–60 points

Partial identification of all the adverse health outcomes associated with the identified high-risk population. 

35–49 points

Incomplete and/or inaccurate identification of the adverse health outcomes associated with the identified high-risk population.0–34 points
Utilization of Epidemiological Principles and Terminology(30 points) Complete, accurate, and demonstrable use of at least five appropriate epidemiological principles and/or terminology to describe the high-risk population and the  increased risks associated with the identified population 

25–30 points

Basic understanding and/or limited use of epidemiological principles and terminology to describe the high-risk population and the  increased risks associated with the identified population19–24 points Little understanding of pertinent epidemiological principles and terminology to describe the high-risk population and the  increased risks associated with the identified population 

018 points

Clarity of Writing(20 points) Excellent use of standard English showing original thought. No spelling or grammar errors. Well organized with proper flow of meaning. 

15–20 points

Some evidence of own expression and competent use of language. No more than three spelling or grammar errors. Well organized thoughts and concepts.10–14 points Language needs development. Four or more spelling and/or grammar errors. Poorly organized thoughts and concepts. 

0–9 points

APA Format(10 points) APA format correct with no more than one or two minor errors. 

 

8–10  points

Three to five errors in APA format and/or one or two citations are missing. 

5–7 points

APA formatting contains multiple errors and/or several citations are missing.0–4 points
Total Points Possible =   200   points