Disease process presentation part 2

week 5: Presentation on the Disease Process Part 2: The Point
This assignment is meant to add to the presentation you made in Week 2. Students will make their Week 7 presentation in two parts so that they can finish the final assignment on time and get feedback from their teachers. Parts 1 and 2 will be handed in as a PowerPoint presentation with detailed notes for the speaker. After getting feedback from the teacher on Parts 1 and 2, students will make their final presentation, which will be an audio and video recording (with their faces visible) that will be uploaded to the Week 7 Discussion Board. Part 2 of the Disease Process Presentation starts to come together in Week 5.

Disease process presentation part 2

It requires students to connect the patient’s signs and symptoms to the pathophysiological changes at the tissue, organ, and system levels. Students will also talk about how the disease is diagnosed and what kinds of medical and non-medical treatments are used to treat it.

What I Learned from the Activity

With this project, the student will show that he or she can:

Learn how to give professional presentations and communicate.
Link the appearance of signs and symptoms of a disease to changes in how the tissue, organ, or system works. (CO 3)
Explain how the disease is found (CO 1, 2)
Describe both drug-based and non-drug-based ways to treat and manage disease (CO 4)

Students are expected to turn in their work by the due date. Assignments that are turned in after the due date and time will lose 10% of the possible points for that assignment for every day they are late. Assignments will be accepted, with the described penalties, up to three days late. After that, the assignment will be given a zero. Quizzes and class discussions are not assignments, so they are not covered by the late assignment policy.

Total Points Possible: 100 points


Content Criteria:

Link changes in how the tissue, organ, or system works to the first signs and symptoms of the disease that are seen in primary care.
Give a short explanation of how the disease is found.
Give a short summary of the medical and non-medical treatments that are used to treat and manage the disease.
On the last slide, a summary of the disease and some final thoughts are shown, along with any implications for nurse practitioner practice.
Uses at least two peer-reviewed scholarly sources that are up-to-date (from the last 5 years) to support the presentation’s content.
The references are cited correctly, according to APA, on the reference slide and in the text.
Format Criteria:

A PowerPoint presentation with detailed speaker notes should be part of the presentation.
The main heading slides in the presentation address the above assignment criteria.
As per APA format, the presentation should include evidence to back up the information given.
Slides should be used as reminders of topics and key ideas, not as places to write long paragraphs and sentences.
All of the sources should be written in APA format on a slide that is part of the presentation.
Needs in terms of technology
Under Resources, you can find the instructions for how to use Kaltura.

PowerPoint Tips to make sure your presentation is professional and well-organized:

The presentation should have the same fonts, sizes, and colors throughout.
The name of the student, the course, the professor’s name, and the name of the presentation should all be on the Title slide.
Don’t fill the slides with too much information. Use bullets to draw attention to the most important points, and then use speaker notes to give more details about what’s on the slide.
Use of pictures and numbers is encouraged, but don’t fill the slides with too many pictures and numbers.
Follow the requirements of the rubric in order to make sure the content flows well.
Use the right background color so that the font color stands out well against it.

“Please keep in mind that my teacher is putting a lot of stress on Powerpoint with speakernotes.”

Part 2 will be turned in as a PowerPoint presentation with detailed notes for the presenter.” Please let me know if you want to see part 1, which didn’t turn out the way my teacher thought it would.

I put my part 1 assignment on SLE for you to look over. If you need anything else, please let me know. Thanks\s”

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