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oYou will present a critical analysis of the evidence you have found, your opinion(s) and recommendation(s), and the rationale behind your opinion(s) and recommendation(s) as supported by the evidence.

oAlso included in your presentation will be:

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§An introduction of group members

§An overview of the topic you have chosen and its relevance to current nursing practice, as well as why you chose it as a group.

§A review of your personal beliefs, assumptions and values related to the topic, and if/how these have changed during your work on the presentation.

§The legal, ethical, and professional responsibilities of nurses in relation to the topic (including relation to the CNA Code of Ethics for nurses, and CARNA Practice Standards for Regulated Members). The role(s) of the nurse in current practice, and in achieving your recommendation(s), related to the topic.

Details Of The Assignment:

oYou will present in groups of 4-5 students.

§Groups may be self-selected, or assigned by the instructor.

§Each member will receive the same grade for the presentation.

oYou must have your topic pre-approved by your instructor.

§Topics should be related to a current trend or issue in Canadian nursing practice.

§Each group will present on a different topic.

§Topics will be approved on a first-come, first-serve basis.

oPresentations should be 25-30 minutes in length.

§Allow for about 5 minutes at the end for questions from the class.

§If no one asks questions, have 1-2 statements/questions prepared to initiate class discussion on the topic.

oPresentations should be professional in design, appearance, and delivery.

§Several presentation platforms/programs are available. (Powerpoint, Prezi, etc.)

§Presenters should be dressed professionally, speak clearly, and avoid simply reading from notes/cards/slides.

§Proper APA referencing should be included in the presentation.

oPresentation content should be supported by scholarly evidence.

§A minimum of 5 scholarly articles/sources should be used.

§If a variety of viewpoints exist on the topic, each should be explored and explained.

oGroups must submit the following materials to their instructor:

§A digital copy of the presentation (or accessible link).

§A NESA Title page for the presentation.

§A Reference page in proper APA format.

oAttendance at all presentations is expected.

§Students will provide informal feedback (via a supplied feedback form) following each presentation. This feedback will be made available to the presenters once all presentations are graded.

Description of feelings is thorough; clearly explained and includes:
oHow were you feeling when the event started
oWhat were you thinking about at the time
oHow did other people make you feel
oWhat do you think about it now

Clearly and thoughtfully describes the evaluation of the experience; concisely includes:
owhat was good about the experience and
owhat did not go well in the experience

Evaluation of the situation is straightforward and explanation is generalized. Includes only one of the following:
owhat was good about the experience and
what did not go well in the experience

Evaluation of the situation is superficial and poorly explained.  An explanation of the following questions is missing:
owhat was good about the experience and
owhat did not go well in the experience

Clearly and thoughtfully articulates the conclusion and includes:
oInsight into your own behavior
oInsight into others’ behavior
oWhat did you learn from the event
What could you have done differently