Leading causes of Morbidity and Mortality Presentation

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 is a leading cause of morbidity / mortality 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 E carefully. Leading causes of morbidity / mortality presentations Obesity Inactivity Malnutrition Sleep deprivation Tobacco Use Disorder Sepsis Clostridium Difficile Aspiration Acute Delirium Increased Intracranial Pressure Opiod Use disorder Peripheral Arterial Disease Food Borne Illness Necrotizing Fasciitis Influenza Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation 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. Email or call Jennifer if you have questions. Appendix E: Leading Causes of Morbidity and Mortality Presentation Rubric. You will create a presentation addressing a leading cause of morbidity and/or mortality. Topics are included in the discussion board.If you have a topic you wish to present other than those listed, please let me know. You will upload your presentation to D2L Brightspace in the Discussion Forum: Leading Causes of Morbidity/Mortality Virtual Conference where your classmates will review it and benefit from your presentation. Note that many points are tied to linking signs, symptoms, and interventions to the pathophysiologic processes.You will likely note the criteria are similar to the alteration analysis criteria. For more guidance and an example, please go to the Assignment Guidance and Templates folder.

Criteria -primary post Excellent Developing Not Satisfactory Criterion 1: Succinct description of the health alteration. Summarizes essential information clearly. Well structured, logical. (5 points) Essential information is not complete. Too much or too little information. Organization in sporadic (2.5 points) Inaccurate. Lacks structure or flow. Difficult to follow. Too much or too little information (0 points) 2. Expected assessment findings Accurate. Includes all relevant, expected assessment findings (2 points) Some, but not all critical assessments included (1 point) Inaccurate. Incomplete. Difficult to follow. (0 points) 3.Physiologic causes of assessment findings Accurate. Explains physiologic cause of each sign/symptoms. Makes meaningful connections. (4 points) Accurate. Some, but not all connections made. (2 points) Inaccurate. Meaningful connections lacking. (0 points) 4. Expected nursing interventions (can be dependent or independent) Accurate. Includes all relevant, expected interventions. (2 points) Most, but not all critical interventions included (1 point) Inaccurate. Incomplete. (0 points) 5. Rationale for interventions from physiologic perspective Accurate. Explains rationale for interventions from a physiologic perspective. Makes meaningful connections. (3 points) Some, but not all connections made (1.5 points) Inaccurate.Meaningful connections lacking. (0 points) 6. Health promotion, disease prevention considered Accurate.Explains from a pathophysiologic perspective, what a nurse could do to prevent this alteration OR promote health while living with this alteration (3 points) Accurate. Some, but not all connections made. (1.5 points) Inaccurate.Meaningful connections lacking. (0 points) 7: Considerations not yet addressed. Addresses factors such as social determinants, human and fiscal costs, etc. Evidence of analytic thought is present. Makes meaningful connections (4 points) meaningful connections are limited (2 points) Inaccurate. Incomplete. Difficult to follow. (0 points) 8. Evidence based 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 (3 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. (1.5 points) evidence is limited (0 points) 9. Presentation and organization Organization is clear, logical, and engaging. Minimum of 15 slides. Font type, size, and color is easy to read. Clip art and graphics used appropriately throughout presentation. (2 points) Less than 15 slides. Clarity is lacking. Potential for reader engagement is limited. Graphics limited. Some slides challenging to read. More than 6 writing mechanics errors. (1 points) Presentation difficult to follow. More than 10 writing mechanics errors. (0 points)

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