You are the Nursing Informatics Education Specialist in your facility. Each month you are required to present a topic about foundational legislation, privacy, security, or new initiatives involving nursing informatics. Select a topic and prepare a PowerPoint to discuss your topic with the staff. Guidelines and suggested topics are included below and in the rubric. For the PowerPoint: Create a PowerPoint presentation consisting of 15 (minimum) to 25 (max) slides. Type your actual presentation in the notes section of each slide (what you would say as the slide is shown). The notes section is just below each slide. You will see “click to add notes”. The narrative should be in complete sentences just as if you are giving a speech. Be sure to download the PowerPoint so you can see the notes section) Use at least six (6) scholarly references outside of the textbook and cite them in a reference list on the last slide. You do not need to put citations in text in this assignment. If you are unfamiliar with PowerPoint, there are many instructional resources online. Do not include too much content on each slide. Keep it simple and specific. The discussion piece for each slide is added in the notes section. Use pictures for effect sparingly. Do not add multiple special effects. A slide transition and a design is all you need to keep the audience’s attention. This completed PowerPoint should be submitted to the drop box on Blackboard and also added as an attachment to the discussion board for that week, so your peers can view your work. Please comment on at least one other student’s PowerPoint. Be sure you download your classmate’s PowerPoint as well, so you can see their notes. Power point Rubric Introduction of Topic: Accurately introduces topic of discussion in organized and well-detailed manner; clearly articulates rationale for selection Accurately introduces topic of discussion in organized manner with sufficient detail; articulates rationale for selection Introduces topic of discussion; may be disorganized and lacks sufficient detail; inadequate articulation of rationale for selection Introduces topic for discussion; lacks organization and clarity; poorly articulates rationale for selection 20% Analysis: Accurately defines and details the selected topic and included any relevant pieces of legislation, privacy concern, definitions, and areas of concern (if applicable). Adequately describes the selected topic with sufficient detail and includes any relevant pieces of legislation, privacy concern, definitions, and areas of concern (if applicable). Inadequately describes and defines the selected topic with minimal discussion omitting relevant pieces of legislation, privacy concern, definitions, and areas of concern (if applicable). Does not define of describe the selected topic with no relevant discussion; omitting relevant pieces of legislation, privacy concern, definitions, and areas of concern (if applicable). 40% Organization and Visual Appeal: The PowerPoint is well organized and concise, flowing in a logical order. The accompanying notes compliment the slides and match the slide they are written under. The presentation is visually appealing with slides not too crowded, pictures used for effect, a slide design, and a transition. The PowerPoint is organized and clear and maintains an adequate flow of the topic. The notes correlate with the slide, but provide minimal discussion. The presentation is appealing and slides are satisfactory in their appearance. The PowerPoint lacks organization and is difficult to follow. The notes match the slides, but there may be some redundancy or lack of logical sequence. The presentation is not unappealing but slides are too crowded, there is little style, no design, or no transition. The viewer is unable to follow the topic due to a disorganized PowerPoint presentation. The slides appear sloppy with no color, design, or transition to add to appeal. 25% Conclusion: Conclusion detailed and accurate; content reflects significant depth and insight into topic Conclusion accurate; content reflects moderate depth and insight into topic Conclusion incomplete or inaccurate; content lacks sufficient depth and insight into topic. No conclusion present or conclusion is inaccurate. 10% Discussion Board Posting: You get full points for this component if your post your PowerPoint as an attachment to the discussion board of and comments on another student’s PowerPoint. You do not have to cite references in your response. PowerPoint is not posted on the discussion board or there is not a response to another student. 5%
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