Project Instructions
Health Promotion PowerPoint Presentation
Health policy unfolds daily and drives clinical practice in
the United States.
For this assignment, you will expand on every item included
in the PowerPoint Outline assignment you submitted during Week 1. The
assignment will follow APA formatting and must be supported by the evidence.
For your presentation, you will dedicate 1 to 3 slides to
each item listed in the outline. Please be sure to address each item listed.
See below:
Slide: Title Page
Slide: Outline (this is the slide(s) from Week 1)
Slide: Discuss your chosen Healthy People 2030 Objective
Slide: Discuss the epidemiology, incidence, prevalence, and
cost-burden of the problem
Slide: Describe the problem and the specific population
Slide: Discuss how the Healthy People 2030 objective intends
to address/improve the problem or population
Slide: Discuss the legislators who are working on the
problem and the policies they are working on to improve the problem
Slide: Discuss how the policy influences clinical practice
and is used to promote best outcomes
Slide: Discuss how the policy can be used by an
inter-professional team to improve the problem
Slide: Conclude: provide a summary of the problem, the
policy, the solution, and your analysis
Slide: References
Follow APA formatting and use peer-reviewed references
Submission Details:
Support your responses with examples.
Cite any sources in APA format.
Rubrics
Emerging (F through D Range) (1-6)
Satisfactory (C Range) (7)
Proficient (B Range) (8)
Exemplary (A Range) (9-10)
Criterion Score
6 points
No
initial posting exists to evaluate.
-or-
The
information provided is inaccurate, not focused on the assignment’s topic,
and/or does not address the criterion or the response demonstrates incomplete
understanding of the topic and/or inadequate preparation.
7 points
The
information provided is accurate, giving a basic understanding of the
criterion. A basic understanding is when you are able to discuss the listed
criterion. Despite this basic understanding, the assignment addressed all
aspects of the criterion.
8 points
The
information provided is accurate, displaying a good understanding of the
criterion. A good understanding is when you are able to discuss the listed
criterion. The assignment submission demonstrates sincere discussion and
addresses most aspects of the assignment, although not all the criterion were
fully developed.
10 points
The
information provided is accurate, providing an in-depth, well thought-out
discussion of the criterion. An in-depth understanding provides an analysis
of the information, synthesizing the researched findings.
Score of Title and outline included,
/ 10
6 points
No
initial posting exists to evaluate.
-or-
The
information provided is inaccurate, not focused on the assignment’s topic,
and/or does not address the criterion or the response demonstrates incomplete
understanding of the topic and/or inadequate
m resources.
8 points
Minor
errors in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in the initial posting are present.
Minor errors in formatting citations and references may exist. If required
for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for both the initial
post and some of the comments to other students. Sources include course and
text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are academic
and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov Web sites,
professional organization Web sites, cases, statutes, or administrative
rules).
10 points
Minor
to no errors exist in grammar, mechanics, or spelling in both the initial
post and comments to others. Formatting of citations and references is
correct. If required for the assignment, utilizes sources to support work for
both the initial post and the comments to other students. Sources include course
and text readings as well as outside sources (when relevant) that are
academic and authoritative (e.g., journal articles, other text books, .gov
Web sites, professional organization Web sites, cases, statutes, or
administrative rules). .
Score of Formatting, Writing Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar,
Citation Style) and Information Literacy,
/ 10