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Introduction

 In your first three assessments, you applied new knowledge and insight gleaned from the literature, from organizational data, and from direct consultation with the patient, family, or group (and perhaps with subject matter and industry experts) to your assessment of the problem. You’ve examined the problem from the perspectives of leadership, collaboration, communication, change management, policy, quality of care, patient safety, costs to the system and individual, technology, care coordination, and community resources. Now it’s time to turn your attention to proposing an intervention (your capstone project), as a solution to the problem.

Preparation

 In this assessment, you’ll develop an intervention as a solution to the health problem you’ve defined. To prepare for the assessment, think about an appropriate intervention, based on your work in the preceding assessments, that will produce tangible, measurable results for the patient, family, or group. In addition, you might consider using a root cause analysis to explore the underlying reasons for a problem and as the basis for developing and implementing an action plan to address the problem. Some appropriate interventions include the following:

Creating an educational brochure.

Producing an educational voice-over PowerPoint presentation or video focusing on your topic.

  • Creating a teaching plan for your patient, family, or group.
  • Recommending work process or workflow changes addressing your topic.
  • Instructions
  • Complete this assessment in two parts: (a) develop an intervention as a solution to the problem and (b) submit your proposed intervention, with a written analysis, to your faculty for review and approval.

Part 1

Develop an intervention, as a solution to the problem, based on your assessment and supported by data and scholarly, evidence-based sources.

Incorporate relevant aspects of the following considerations that shaped your understanding of the problem:

Leadership.

Collaboration.

Communication.

  • Change management.
  • Policy.
  • Quality of care.
  • Patient safety.
  • Costs to the system and individual.
  • Technology.
  • Care coordination.
  • Community resources.
  • Part 2
  • Submit your proposed intervention to your faculty for review and approval.
  • In a separate written deliverable, write a 5–7 page analysis of your intervention.
Summarize the patient, family, or population problem.

Explain why you selected this problem as the focus of your project.

Explain why the problem is relevant to your professional practice and to the patient, family, or group.

In addition, address the requirements outlined below. These requirements correspond to the scoring guide criteria for this assessment, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, note the additional requirements for document format and length and for supporting evidence.

  • Define the role of leadership and change management in addressing the problem. 
  • Explain how leadership and change management strategies influenced the development of your proposed intervention.
  • Explain how nursing ethics informed the development of your proposed intervention.

Propose strategies for communicating and collaborating with the patient, family, or group to improve outcomes associated with the problem. 

Identify the patient, family, or group.

  • Discuss the benefits of gathering their input to improve care associated with the problem.

Identify best-practice strategies from the literature for effective communication and collaboration to improve outcomes.

  • Explain how state board nursing practice standards and/or organizational or governmental policies guided the development of your proposed intervention. 
  • Cite the standards and/or policies that guided your work.
  • Describe research that has tested the effectiveness of these standards and/or policies in improving outcomes for this problem.

Explain how your proposed intervention will improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety, and reduce costs to the system and individual. 

  • Cite evidence from the literature that supports your conclusions.
  • Identify relevant and available sources of benchmark data on care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
  • Explain how technology, care coordination, and the utilization of community resources can be applied in addressing the problem. 
  • Cite evidence from the literature that supports your conclusions.

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ASSIGMENT:

   Develop an intervention (your capstone project), as a solution to the patient, family, or population problem you’ve defined. Submit the proposed intervention to the faculty for review and approval. This solution needs to be implemented (shared) with your patient, family, or group. You are not to share your intervention with your patient, family, or group or move on to Assessment 5 before your faculty reviews/approves the solution you submit in Assessment 4. In a separate written deliverable, write a 5-7 page analysis of your intervention.

Please submit both your solution/intervention and the 5-7 page analysis to complete Assessment 4.

Introduction

In your first three assessments, you applied new knowledge and insight gleaned from the literature, from organizational data, and from direct consultation with the patient, family, or group (and perhaps with subject matter and industry experts) to your assessment of the problem. You’ve examined the problem from the perspectives of leadership, collaboration, communication, change management, policy, quality of care, patient safety, costs to the system and individual, technology, care coordination, and community resources. Now it’s time to turn your attention to proposing an intervention (your capstone project), as a solution to the problem.

Preparation

In this assessment, you’ll develop an intervention as a solution to the health problem you’ve defined. To prepare for the assessment, think about an appropriate intervention, based on your work in the preceding assessments, that will produce tangible, measurable results for the patient, family, or group. In addition, you might consider using a root cause analysis to explore the underlying reasons for a problem and as the basis for developing and implementing an action plan to address the problem. Some appropriate interventions include the following:

Creating an educational brochure.

Producing an educational voice-over PowerPoint presentation or video focusing on your topic.

  • Creating a teaching plan for your patient, family, or group.
  • Recommending work process or workflow changes addressing your topic.
  • Plan to spend at least 3 direct practicum hours working with the same patient, family, or group.
  • In addition, you may wish to complete the following:

Review the assessment instructions and scoring guide to ensure that you understand the work you will be asked to complete and how it will be assessed.

Conduct sufficient research of the scholarly and professional literature to inform your work and meet scholarly expectations for supporting evidence.

Note: Remember that you can submit all, or a portion of, your draft assessment to Smarthinking for feedback, before you submit the final version. If you plan on using this free service, be mindful of the turnaround time of 24–48 hours for receiving feedback.

  • Instructions
  • Complete this assessment in two parts: (a) develop an intervention as a solution to the problem and (b) submit your proposed intervention, with a written analysis, to your faculty for review and approval.

Part 1

Develop an intervention, as a solution to the problem, based on your assessment and supported by data and scholarly, evidence-based sources.

Incorporate relevant aspects of the following considerations that shaped your understanding of the problem:

Leadership.

Collaboration.

Communication.

Change management.

Policy.

  • Quality of care.
  • Patient safety.
  • Costs to the system and individual.
  • Technology.
  • Care coordination.
  • Community resources.
  • Part 2
  • Submit your proposed intervention to your faculty for review and approval.
  • In a separate written deliverable, write a 5–7 page analysis of your intervention.
  • Summarize the patient, family, or population problem.
  • Explain why you selected this problem as the focus of your project.
Explain why the problem is relevant to your professional practice and to the patient, family, or group.

In addition, address the requirements outlined below. These requirements correspond to the scoring guide criteria for this assessment, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, note the additional requirements for document format and length and for supporting evidence.

Define the role of leadership and change management in addressing the problem. 

Explain how leadership and change management strategies influenced the development of your proposed intervention.

  • Explain how nursing ethics informed the development of your proposed intervention.
  • Propose strategies for communicating and collaborating with the patient, family, or group to improve outcomes associated with the problem. 
  • Identify the patient, family, or group.

Discuss the benefits of gathering their input to improve care associated with the problem.

Identify best-practice strategies from the literature for effective communication and collaboration to improve outcomes.

  • Explain how state board nursing practice standards and/or organizational or governmental policies guided the development of your proposed intervention. 

Cite the standards and/or policies that guided your work.

  • Describe research that has tested the effectiveness of these standards and/or policies in improving outcomes for this problem.
  • Explain how your proposed intervention will improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety, and reduce costs to the system and individual. 
  • Cite evidence from the literature that supports your conclusions.

Identify relevant and available sources of benchmark data on care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.

  • Explain how technology, care coordination, and the utilization of community resources can be applied in addressing the problem. 
  • Cite evidence from the literature that supports your conclusions.
  • Write concisely and directly, using active voice.

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  • Create and deliver a slide presentation (8-12 slides; 3-5 minutes maximum presentation) on the analysis of a selected health care problem that includes evidence-based recommendations. Your submission needs to include a narrated webcam recording, using your PowerPoint slides and speaker notes, which serve as a transcript.Health care leaders scan for emerging and existing issues, prioritize problems, collect and analyze data, propose evidence-based solutions, and engage diverse teams in the process. Once a problem has been sufficiently analyzed, the health care leader must identify stakeholders who will participate in the final decision making for a proposed evidence-based solution.Most importantly, the health care leader must craft a message that is aligned with organizational mission and strategy, based upon sound analysis and data, and includes of a wide variety of diverse stakeholders. The message needs to be communicated in a clear, concise, culturally competent, balanced, and professional manner.In this assessment, you will have an opportunity to practice a wide variety of executive level skills by conducting a PowerPoint presentation on the selected health care problem. You will demonstrate a flow of logic and analysis by following a slide presentation outline template. In the presentation you will carry forward the work already completed in Assessment 3. Specifically you will cover the following in your presentation:
    • State the problem.
    • Identify clearly the relevant factors or performance indicators and associated units of measurement.
    • Describe the application of an appropriate analysis tool to the problem.
    • Offer insights and evidence-based recommendations.

    As you prepare for this webcam presentation, keep the imaginary audience in mind. It is comprised of a diverse senior leadership team at the selected organization. The team represents a variety of ages, cultures, and perspectives. You will communicate your presentation in a concise, professional, and culturally competent manner. The goal is to persuade the senior leadership team to implement the evidence-based recommendations presented. Consider that two senior leadership team members may be evaluating you as a high potential candidate for a promotion. Good luck! It is time to construct your presentation.

    Demonstration of Proficiency

    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:

    • Competency 3: Construct evidence-based health care management recommendations in compliance with personal and professional values and legal, regulatory, and ethical considerations.
      • Analyze evidence-based recommendations with respect to organizational context.
      • Provide rationale for the execution of evidence-based recommendations.
    • Competency 5: Create comprehensive and useable data-driven action plans, based on industry benchmarks.
      • Construct a data-driven action plan based upon industry benchmarks to solve the selected health care problem.
    • Competency 6: Communicate effectively with diverse audiences, in an appropriate form and style, consistent with applicable organizational, professional, and scholarly standards.
      • Create a succinct PowerPoint presentation on the selected problem and recommendations that is designed for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing.

    Preparation

    Complete these tasks to successfully prepare for this presentation.

    Slides
    • Review Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX] for a refresher on how to create compelling, visually appealing slides that capture the audience’s attention.
    • Download and study the Final PowerPoint Template [PPTX] for a suggested structure for the slides. Using the slide template will help to keep your presentation within the maximum 3 to 5 minute presentation time frame.
    Practice Video Recording the Presentation

    After developing slides and preparing your speaker notes, practice delivering the presentation multiple times via screen and webcam recording before making the final webcam recording for submission. Practicing your presentation multiple times will make the presentation more polished and professional. Likewise, multiple dry runs will also help you adhere to the 3 to 5 minute maximum presentation length. Before submitting the presentation, make sure the recording is audible, the slides are visible, and that you are included in a video capture.Consult the Using Kaltura [PDF] for additional guidance on how to record the presentation.

    Instructions

    Use the Final PowerPoint [PPTX] template to create a 3–5 minute recorded PowerPoint presentation of 8–12 preformatted slides. The template provides the outline of what you need to cover in the presentation. The goal of this assessment is to communicate essential elements of your analysis in a succinct manner. A 3- to 5-minute presentation may not seem long, but it is the reality in today’s health care workplace. Busy executives will not be able to spare more time than this. The presentation is for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing. Be sure to include visual summaries of your data, such as a pie chart or graph. The summarized data visual display should be in a readable format in a Word document or spreadsheet. It is important to include specific titles for the data summaries that identify the subject matter and measurement units.

    Additional Requirements

    • Communication: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, respectful, and consistent with expectations for professional practice in health care administration. Original work, critical thinking, and scholarly writing are required in the assessment. Writing must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
    • Media presentation: Recommended number of slides is 8–12 slides. Presentation length is not to exceed 5 minutes. Include with the submission: the slides, the recording, speaker notes as a transcript, and your visual data summary.
    • Resources: Cite a minimum of three current, scholarly, and/or authoritative sources. These resources need to be from the independent research you have conducted. They need to go beyond the suggested resources provided in the course. Also be sure to provide a separate slide for references at the end of your presentation.
    • APA: Follow APA formatting and style guidelines for citations and references. Consult this resource for an APA refresher: APA Style & Format.
    • Font and font size: Appropriate size and weight for presentation, generally 24–28 points for headings and no smaller than 18 points for bullet-point text.

    Portfolio Prompt: You may choose to save this learning activity to your ePortfolio. Consult this resource for additional information about adding artifacts to your ePortfolio.

  • SCORING GUIDE

    Use the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.VIEW SCORING GUIDE

  • Interdisciplinary Presentation of Evidence-Based Recommendations Scoring Guide

    CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
    Construct a data-driven action plan based upon industry benchmarks to solve the selected health care problem. Does not construct a data-driven action plan based upon industry benchmarks to solve the selected health care problem. Constructs an action plan to solve the selected health care problem, but it is not data driven and/or based upon industry benchmarks. Constructs a data-driven action plan based upon industry benchmarks to solve the selected health care problem. Constructs a data-driven action plan based upon industry benchmarks to solve the selected health care plan. Includes authoritative sources to support the plan.
    Analyze evidence-based recommendations with respect to organizational context. Does not analyze evidence-based recommendations with respect to organizational context. Analyzes evidence-based recommendations but does not apply them to the organizational context. Analyzes evidence-based recommendations with respect to organizational context. Analyzes evidence-based recommendations with respect to organizational mission, vision, values, and strategy.
    Provide rationale for the execution of evidence-based recommendations. Does not provide rationale for the execution of evidence-based recommendations. Provides rationale for the execution of non-evidence-based recommendations. Provides rationale for the execution of evidence-based recommendations. Provides rationale for the execution of at least three evidence-based recommendations.
    Create a succinct PowerPoint presentation on the selected problem and recommendations which is designed for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing. Does not create a succinct PowerPoint presentation on the selected problem and does not offer recommendations designed for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing. Creates a succinct PowerPoint presentation on the selected problem but does not offer recommendations designed for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing. Creates a succinct PowerPoint presentation on the selected problem and offers recommendations designed for interdepartmental senior leadership team viewing. Creates a succinct PowerPoint presentation, including speaker’s notes, on the selected problem and offers at least three evidence-based recommendations for interdepartmental leadership team viewing.

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