Health Promotion/ Disease prevention

Please put your topic in the subject line. This is not a group assignment. Once a topic has been selected it is no longer available. First come, first serve. If you have a topic that has implications related to health promotion / disease prevention that is not listed, please feel free to address that, but email or call Jennifer for approval. Be sure to review the rubric in Appendix D carefully. Health Promotion / Disease Prevention topics Left sided heart failure Hypertension Diabetes Type 2 Chronic Renal Disease Osteoporosis Sickle Cell Crisis Cirrhosis Peripheral vascular disease COPD Ischemic Stroke Chronic Renal Failure Urinary Tract Infection Osteoporosis Diabetes Type 2 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Diverticular Disease Sickle Cell Crisis After your presentation is completed, please post in this forum by starting a new thread. Please title your thread with the topic you are addressing. Appendix D: Health Promotion/Disease Prevention presentation Please choose one of the topics included in the Health Promotion/ Disease Prevention discussion forum (if you have something else you wish to address, please email Jennifer).It is expected that you read all of your peers primary posts.You will respond to a minimum of two posts adhering to the criteria below by the date included on the course calendar. For more guidance and a beginning template, please go to the Assignment Guidance and Templates folder. Health promotion/disease prevention rubric Criteria presentation Excellent Developing Not Satisfactory Criterion 1: Succinct description of the health alteration. Summarizes essential information clearly. Well structured, logical. (3 points) Essential information is not complete. Too much or too little information. Organization in sporadic (1.5 points) Inaccurate. Lacks structure or flow. Difficult to follow. Too much or too little information (0 points) 2. Primary prevention. Examines risk factors and genomic factors that impact risk of developing the alteration. Identifies possible assumptions that could impact approach to supporting patient and family. (3 points) Risk factors listed. Impact of possible assumptions limited (1.5 points) Possible assumptions not addressed (0 points) 3.Secondary prevention Lists secondary prevention measures (2 points) List not complete (1 points) Not addressed (0 points) 4. Patient and family teaching Explains rationale for lifestyle modifications and secondary prevention measures from a pathophysiologic perspective (so patient and family can understand why change is important. Explanation is understandable and relevant for someone with a high school education, but no background in health care. (8 points) Relevance and clarity to patient/family of explanation is limited. Pathophysiologic perspective included, but minimally relevant to the family. (4 points) Pathophysiologic perspective not integrated. Relevance and clarity for family is lacking. (0 points) 5.Social determinants of health Examines at least two social determinants of health to be considered when providing patient and family teaching. Explains how the nurse can adapt teaching to unique situation. Makes meaningful connections. (6 points) Social determinants of health addressed. Explanation of how nurse can adapt teaching is lacking. (3 points) Social determinants not included. Adaptations not included. (0 points) 6. Evidence based Organization is clear and coherent. Accesses and uses two professional evidence-based sources (other than required textbook). Formats, cites, and documents a reference list for resources used with minimal APA formatting errors. Presentation grounded in evidence. (4 points) Accesses, cites, and references fewer than two professional evidence-based sources (other than required textbook). Strength of evidence questionable. Citations and references have more than three omissions/errors. (2 points) evidence is limited (0 points) 7. Presentation and organization Organization is clear, logical, and engaging.Minimum of twelve slides. Font type, size, and color is easy to read.Clip art and graphics used appropriately throughout presentation. (4 points) Less than 12 slides. Clarity is lacking.Potential for reader engagement is limited. Graphics limited. Some slides challenging to read.More than 6 writing mechanics errors. (2 points) Presentation difficult to follow.More than 10 writing mechanics errors. (0 points)

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