Theoretical Framework to Support Evidence-based Practice: PowerPoint Presentation
In Week 7, students will create a PowerPoint slide show with notes pages to evaluate the use of a theory for an EBP issue or concern. In Week 8, students will create a recording of the presentation for the Peer Discussion thread.
Criteria for Content
Review the literature regarding issues or concerns within your selected nurse practitioner specialty.
Select a theory or theoretical model which is relevant to your nurse practitioner specialty and would offer a meaningful context for evidence-based practice surrounding the issue or concern which you identified.
1. In a PowerPoint Presentation, address the following.
A. Introduction to the presentation
B. Identify and describe a theory or theoretical model, and explain its relevance to your nurse practitioner specialty.
C. Describe an issue or concern that is related to your nurse practitioner specialty, and explain its impact on health care outcomes
D. Explain how the theory or theoretical model can be used as a framework to guide evidence-based practice to address the issue or concern, and discuss the unique insight or perspective offered through the application of this theory or theoretical model.
E. Conclusion to the presentation
Preparing the presentation
1. Application: Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create the presentation. Submit as a .ppt or .pptx file.
2. Length: The PowerPoint presentation must be 6-8 total slides (excluding title and reference slides).
3. Speaker notes should be used and include in-text citations when applicable. Use the Notes Page view feature in PowerPoint to include speaker notes in the file.
4. A minimum of three (3) scholarly literature sources must be used.
5. Submission: Submit your PowerPoint file to the Week 7 Dropbox.
Preparing the Assignment
The following are best practices in preparing this presentation:
1. Review directions thoroughly.
2. Follow submission requirements.
3. Make sure all elements on the grading rubric are included.
4. Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal, scientific writing.
5. Review the Creating a Professional Presentation located in Course Resources.
6. Ideas and information that come from scholarly literature must be cited and referenced correctly.
7. A minimum of three (3) scholarly literature sources must be used. A minimum of 3 scholarly references are used. References should be published within the past 5 years. A primary source (original theory or writings from theorist) may be used, and primary sources may be older than 5 years. Textbooks are not considered scholarly resources.
8. Abide by CCN academic integrity policy.