Evidence-Based Practice Model and Change Model
Create a PowerPoint presentation that addresses each of the following points/questions. Be sure to completely answer all the questions for each bullet point. Use clear headings that allow your professor to know which bullet you are addressing on the slides in your presentation. Support your content with at least three (3) sources using APA citations throughout your presentation. Make sure to cite the sources using the APA writing style for the presentation. Include a slide for your references at the end. Follow best practices for PowerPoint presentations related to text size, color, images, effects, wordiness, and multimedia enhancements. Review the rubric criteria for this assignment.
Identify an evidence based practice model and change model that has been defined in Chapters 13 and 14 of the textbook (Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt, 2015). Describe in detail how you would utilize the practice model and change model to implement an evidence-based practice change in your clinical practice environment, related to your research topic.
- Title Slide (1 slide)
- Objective Slide (1 slide)
- Identify an evidence-based practice model and change model that has been defined in Chapters 13 and 14 of the textbook (Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt, 2015). (2-3 slides).
- Describe in detail how you would utilize the practice model and change model to implement an evidence-based practice change in your clinical practice environment, related to your research topic. (6-8 slides)
- References (1 slide)
Length: 8-14 slides
Structure: Include a title slide, objective slide, content slides, reference slide in APA format. Title/Objective/Reference slides do not count towards the minimum slide count for this assignment.
References: Use appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. A minimum of three (3) scholarly sources are required for this assignment.
Rubric: This assignment uses a rubric for scoring. Please review it as part of your assignment preparation and again prior to submission to ensure you have addressed its criteria at the highest level.
This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.CriteriaDoes Not Meet 0%Approaches 60%Meets 70%Exceeds 100%Content Weight: 40%0 points
Article is not from a peer-reviewed journal. Analysis paper does not address assignment requirements.
Paper provides little detail and minimal analysis of the topic, lacks some of the requirements of the assignment.
Article is evaluated and provides sufficient attention to detail and analysis of the topic. Paper adequately addresses all of the requirements of the assignment.
In-depth analysis evident; outstanding clarity and explanation of concepts is demonstrated in information presented; approaches assignment with depth and breadth, without redundancy, using clear and focused details.
40 / 40Logic/Critical Thinking Weight: 25%0 points
Demonstrates little or no critical thinking for the claims and thoughts within paper; analysis is weak or illogical and is not supported by evidence.
Demonstrates some critical thinking although there is a lack of logical reasoning for the claims and thoughts within the paper; analysis may be superficial. Some evidence is not effective in revealing patterns, differences, or similarities.
Demonstrates critical thinking and logical reasoning for the analysis within the paper. Evidence reveals patterns, differences, or similarities in the articles.
Demonstrates exemplary use of critical thinking and logical reasoning for the analysis within the paper. Synthesizes evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities in the articles.
25 / 25Organization Weight: 15%0 points
Organization is confusing and interferes with reader’s ability to follow ideas. Weak or no introduction. Conclusion lacks a summary, or is missing or irrelevant.
Ideas are sometimes disorganized or irrelevant; flow is sometimes choppy. Basic introduction is presented in an uninteresting way. Conclusion contains basic summary without final concluding ideas, and/or may inappropriately introduce new information.
Structures ideas in a coherent, organized order that has good flow and an obvious framework. Proficient introduction that is interesting and states topic. Conclusion contains acceptable summary with credible concluding ideas and introduces no new information.
Exceptionally clear, logical, and sophisticated organization permitting smooth flow of ideas; introduction grabs interest of reader. Excellent concluding summary with succinct and precise ideas that impact reader.