NR507 Week 6 Recorded Disease Process Presentation



NR507 Week 6 Recorded Disease Process Presentation
NR507 Week 6 Recorded Disease Process Presentation
The Recorded Disease Process Presentation assignment must be submitted for faculty grading by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 6. The guidelines and grading rubric are located in the Course Resource section.

This assignment will follow the late assignment policy specified in the course syllabus.

Reminder: The Recorded Disease Process Presentation assignment must also be uploaded into the discussion area by Tuesday, 11:59 p.m. MT of Week 6. All questions must be addressed by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 6.

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Week 6: Recorded Disease Process Presentation Peer Review
Please upload your recorded Disease Process PowerPoint presentations to this area by Tuesday, 11:59 p.m. MT. See the Disease Process Presentation Peer Review Guidelines and Rubric located in the Course Resource section for specific information.

Students are to review at least one peer’s recorded presentation and respond to it by Thursday, 11:59 p.m. MT using the Disease Process Peer Review Guidelines.

Presenters are also required to monitor comments and questions from peers and faculty about their presentations and respond appropriately. Make sure to respond to all faculty questions. All responses are due by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT.

Recorded Disease Process Presentation
Discuss the risk factors and the connection to the etiology of the initial injury to the cell/tissue/organ.
The main risk factor for cystic fibrosis is two parents that are carriers of abnormal genes and then pass the genes on to their children. However, there are other risk factors such as environment, lifestyle, and age that contribute to the severity and progression of cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis gene mutations are divided into classes based on how damaged the CFTR protein function is. Classes, I, II, and III are generally more severe causing “classic CF (Cutting, 2015). Classes IV and V are usually milder. Also, other genes called modifier genes can affect a person’s symptoms and outcome (Cutting, 2015). Environment and lifestyle: People with CF need to consume a very large number of calories to maintain weight and grow, which can be difficult to achieve. Physical activity is also important to help keep lungs healthy. People with CF should not smoke or be exposed to secondhand smoke, as it will worsen lung disease. Patients should also be careful with alcohol intake and avoid it altogether if they have liver disease. Patients with CF usually have their condition worsen as they age.

References

Cutting, G. R. (2015). Cystic fibrosis genetics: from molecular understanding to clinical application. Nature Reviews Genetics, 16(1), 45-56. doi:10.1038/nrg3849

Rubric

NR507 Week 6 Recorded Disease Process Presentation

NR507 Week 6 Recorded Disease Process Presentation
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication of Course Knowledge
70.0 pts
Exceptional- The recorded presentation includes clear presentation of all required concepts: -Introduction of disease with brief definition and description. -Risk factors with link to etiology provided. -Implications of health care provider in disease prevention. -Shows progression from the initial injury to the defect in the tissue, organ, and system functioning. – Links changes in the tissue, organ, and system functioning to the initial presenting signs and symptoms seen in primary care of the disease. – Provides a brief description of how the disease is diagnosed. – Provide a brief description of the pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions used to treat and manage the disease. All concepts are presented with logical thought process.

61.0 pts
Exceeds- The recorded presentation includes clear presentation of all required concepts and linkages, but may lack some applicability to topic or misses one criteria in some way.

57.0 pts
Meets- The recorded presentation has limited perspective, unclear linkages, insights and/or applicability to topic or does not meet one or more of the criteria of the assignment.

28.0 pts
Needs Improvement- The recorded presentation contains inaccurate information and is not consistent with current practice. No clear linkages provided. Analysis is minimal.

0.0 pts
Developing- The recorded presentation offers no insight or application to the assignment or course content.

70.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSupport from Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
60.0 pts
Exceptional- Scholarly literature is present throughout the presentation. Guidelines regarding disease prevention and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions are addressed and clearly analyzed.

52.0 pts
Exceeds- Where applicable in in the recorded presentation, analysis is partially supported by evidence from appropriate sources published within the last 5 years. In-text citations and full references are provided. Evidence-based, peer reviewed journal article cited but may not fully support disease prevention and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions.

49.0 pts
Meets- Where applicable in the recorded presentation, analysis is partially supported by evidence. Sources may not be scholarly in nature or may be older than 5 years. Guidelines are not used. In-text citations and/or full references may be incomplete or missing.

24.0 pts
Needs Improvement- Citations to non-scholarly websites given as rationale to support disease prevention and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions.

0.0 pts
Developing- Presentation contains no evidence-based practice reference or citation.

60.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSummary of Disease Process
50.0 pts
Exceptional- Summarizes the disease using concise statements that reflect all content covered in the presentation. Implications for practice addressed.

44.0 pts
Exceeds- Summarizes the disease using concise statements that reflect all content covered in the presentation. Implications for practice not clearly evident.

41.0 pts
Meets- Summarizes the disease using concise statements with some content not reflected in the summary. Implications for practice not clearly evident or missing.

20.0 pts
Needs Improvement- Summary of the disease process is lacking concise statements and all content not reflected in the summary. Implications for practice not addressed or not clearly evident.

0.0 pts
Developing- No summary of the disease process provided. Implications for practice not addressed.

50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProfessionalism/ Organization
10.0 pts
Exceptional- The recorded presentation has clear audio and video. The content flows in a logical, smooth manner. Verbal pauses are limited or absent. Student speaks in a clear cadence and speed.

9.0 pts
Exceeds- The recorded presentation is lacking 1-2 components from the 50 point criteria

8.0 pts
Meets- The recorded presentation is lacking 3-4 components from the 50 point criteria.

4.0 pts
Needs Improvement- Presentation presents findings that are sometimes unclear to follow and may not always be relevant to topic and concepts are difficult to follow.

0.0 pts
Developing- The audio/video is hard to hear/see. Slides contain lengthy content (student reading from slides). Presentation style lacks flow of ideas and thoughts.

10.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar, Syntax, Spelling, & Punctuation
10.0 pts
Exceptional- Grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation are accurate, or with zero to one error.

9.0 pts
Exceeds- Two to four errors in grammar, spelling, and syntax noted.

8.0 pts
Meets- Five to seven errors in grammar, spelling, and syntax noted.

4.0 pts
Needs Improvement- Eight to nine errors grammar, spelling, and syntax noted.

0.0 pts
Developing- Post contains ten or greater errors grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation or repeatedly makes the same errors after faculty feedback.

10.0 pts
Total Points: 200.0


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