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A zero will be given for all Hallmark assignments submitted late. The Hallmark Assignment is a culmination of the Community Needs Assessment worksheets you have completed. Worksheets #1 (Community Assessment), #2 (Prevention Education Proposal) and #3 (Disaster Preparedness Assessment) are templates to help guide your final project. Develop a PowerPoint presentation with a minimum of 20 slides (not including the title slide or reference slides). Place key points on the slides (maximum 8 words, 5 lines). May include graphs and images. Include detailed presenter (speaker) notes for each slide. Full sentences and in-text citations using APA 7th edition are required. Audio recording is required and should be clean without interruptions or background noise. Save and submit your assignment. When you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place. Also, save the file to a Word Document (see video for directions). When you follow the directions, it will create a file that has your slides and your presenter notes. Then submit a copy of the PowerPoint and the Word document through Canvas. Please upload .pptx files and .docx only. Make sure the presenter’s notes are visible within the PowerPoint uploads to Canvas. The video at the bottom of the page may be helpful for creating the audio with PowerPoint. Slides should be professional in appearance and feature pictures and/or graphics as needed. Rubric 300 level Hallmark Rubric SUM2021 300 level Hallmark Rubric SUM2021 Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntentional Learning, Reflection, and Clinical Judgment 45 to >40.0 pts Exemplary Appraises/Analyzes a relevant topic and a thesis that provides direction for the content that is engaging and thought provoking. The thesis clearly and concisely states the position, premise, or hypothesis and is consistently the focal point throughout the presentation/paper. Demonstrates a sophisticated examination and deduction and careful, critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Presents differing perspectives, considers integration of opposing positions, and draws original and thoughtful conclusions with future implications. 40 to >36.0 pts Accomplished Appraises/Analyzes a relevant topic and a thesis that provides adequate direction for the content with some degree of interest for the reader. The majority (>50%) of the thesis states the position, premise, or hypothesis, and is the focal point of the presentation/paper. Demonstrates examination and some deduction and critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Adequately presents differing perspectives integration of opposing positions but broader connections and/or implications are explored (>50%). 36 to >32.0 pts Developing Appraises/Examines a research topic but may be too broad in scope and/or the thesis is somewhat unclear and needs to be developed further. Focal point is not consistently maintained throughout the presentation/paper. Demonstrates a general examination (<50%) with limited critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Articulates different perspectives, or integration of opposing positions. 32 to >0 pts Unsatisfactory – Beginning Fails to identify a relevant research topic or is not clearly defined and/or the presentation/paper lacks focus throughout. Demonstrates a lack of examination and inadequate analysis of the research topic and thesis (<20%). Analysis is superficial based on opinions and preferences rather than critical analysis. 45 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDecision Making and Evidence Based Practice 40 to >36.0 pts Exemplary Provides distinguishing, and accurate evidence base analyzing and integrating the main concept beyond the required (2) research sources with at least 1 source from a periodical database. Research sources are relevant, accurate, current (less than 5 years old) reliable, reflecting and validating the strength of the content. 36 to >32.0 pts Accomplished Provides essential and correlating accurate evidence base to support the main concept with the required (2) research sources and comparing at 1 source from a periodical database displaying relevant, accurate, current (less than 5 years old), and reliable. 32 to >28.0 pts Developing Provides evidence to support the main concept with less than 2 adequate and permissible research sources. Sources may not be relevant, accurate, reliable, less than 5 years old and scholarly reference 28 to >0 pts Unsatisfactory – Beginning Lacks sufficient research sources to support the main concept and/or, if included, are generally not relevant, accurate, less than five years old, or reliable. Contains numerous factual mistakes, repeating, omissions, or oversimplifications. 40 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization and Presentation 35 to >32.0 pts Exemplary Ideas are organized logically, flows smoothly, and with an effective progression of thought from paragraph to paragraph connecting to the central position. Includes all required components (introduction, body, conclusion, citations, references, etc.). For a slide presentation, the design, font size, style, speaker notes/narration and spacing are optimal for audience viewing. Five or more of the following rules must be included. Slide presentation rules: 5×8 bullet points, Font ≥ 20 Notes associated with each slide. Narration (if required) is associated with each slide. Includes the required number of slides, excluding Title and Reference slides in the count. The presentation uses appropriate images or animation. (In-text citations are included). The slide presentation is appealing. 32 to >28.0 pts Accomplished deas are organized with progression of thought from paragraph to paragraph connecting to the central position. The progression may flow awkwardly and be difficult to follow at times but is generally understandable. Includes all required components (introduction, body, conclusion, citations, references, etc.). For a slide presentation, the design, font size, style, speaker notes/narration and spacing are optimal for audience viewing. Four of the following rules are included. Slide presentation rules: 5×8 bullet points, Font ≥ 20 Notes associated with each slide. Narration (if required) is associated with each slide. Includes the required number of slides, excluding Title and Reference slides in the count. The presentation uses appropriate images or animation. (In-text citations are included). The slide presentation is appealing. 28 to >23.0 pts Developing Ideas may not flow well and/or connect to the central position. The lack of logical progression diminishes understanding. Or may be missing a required component and/or components (introduction, body, conclusion, citations, references, etc.) are less than complete. For a slide presentation, multiple aspects (the design, font size, style, speaker notes/narration and spacing) require further development for optimal audience viewing. Three of the following rules are included. Slide presentation rules: 5×8 bullet points, Font ≥ 20 Notes associated with each slide. Narration (if required) is associated with each slide. Includes the required number of slides, excluding Title and Reference slides in the count. The presentation uses appropriate images or animation. (In-text citations are included). The slide presentation is appealing. 23 to >0 pts Unsatisfactory – Beginning Content lacks logical organization and impedes readers’ comprehension of ideas. For a paper, central position is not evident, or the paper is missing multiple required components (introduction, body, conclusion, citations, references, etc.). For a slide presentation, the design lacks appropriate font size, style, speaker notes/narration and spacing) for optimal viewing by an audience. . Less than three of the following rules are included. The following rules are generally not followed. Slide presentation rules: 5×8 bullet points, Font ≥ 20 Notes associated with each slide. Narration (if required) is associated with each slide. Includes the required number of slides, excluding Title and Reference slides in the count. The presentation uses appropriate images or animation. (In-text citations are included). The slide presentation is appealing. 35 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and APA Formatting 30 to >28.0 pts Exemplary Style and voice are appropriate to the given audience and purpose, but also show originality and creativity. Word choice is specific, purposeful, dynamic, and varied. Free of mechanical and typographical errors. A variety of sentence structures and effective figures of speech are used. Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English. APA 7th Edition guidelines for formatting are consistently followed. Includes in-text citations and references. 28 to >24.0 pts Accomplished Style and voice are appropriate to the given audience and purpose. Word choice is specific and purposeful, and varied throughout. Minimal (<5) mechanical or typographical errors are present. Correct sentence structure and audience- appropriate language are used. APA 7th Edition guidelines for formatting are present. Includes in-text citations and references. 24 to >20.0 pts Developing Style and voice are appropriate to given audience and purpose. Repetitive mechanical or typographical errors (>5 but <10). Inconsistencies in language, sentence structure and/or word choice. Use of APA 7th Edition guidelines are generally present, however are incorrectly formatted. 20 to >0 pts Unsatisfactory – Beginning Style and voice are appropriate to given audience and purpose. Repetitive mechanical or typographical errors (>10). Inconsistencies in language, sentence structure and/or word choice. Lacks elements required in writing a formal APA 7th Edition presentation/paper: title page, references, in-text citations, headers. 30 pts Total Points: 150 BSN 325 Community Health Assessment Worksheet (Need specific data and citations for sources) Data References Community Information: Include:  Location  Type of community  Describe Geography & weather  Major industries  Primary employers, etc.  Number of schools  Universities  Number and type of parks  Type of grocery stores  restaurants (and type)  Produce markets  Hospitals  Clinics  Public transportation. Community Demographics: Include:  Population  Gender distribution  Data for married/single  Elderly  Unemployment rate  Mean income  Number of households  Types of housing Health Data 1: Chronic Diseases Collect as much health data as possible. Should include at least 5 chronic diseases. Incidence and prevalence of chronic diseases  Information needs to be supported by data  You will determine the most prevalent (3) and copy (with data) to the Top 3 below Health Data 2: Infectious Diseases Collect as much health data as possible. Should include at least 5 infectious diseases. Incidence and prevalence of infectious diseases  Information needs to be supported by data  You will determine the most prevalent (3) and copy (with data) to the Top 3 below Health Data 3: Risk Factors Collect as much health data as possible Incidence and prevalence of major risk factors (smoking, alcohol consumption, drug use, teen pregnancy, etc.)  Information needs to be supported by data  You will determine the most prevalent (3) and copy (with data) to the Top 3 below Social Data:  Community sports  Recreation  religious organizations  spiritual practices  volunteer organizations  support networks  community partnerships. Additional Data: Helpful sources of data: Center for Disease Control (CDC) (n.d.). Healthy People 2030 (n.d.). United States Census Bureau (n.d.). American factfinder. Also, see and . Top Three Chronic Diseases (include data to support decision to identify as most prevalent) Healthy People 2030 Goal 1) 2) 3) Top Three Infectious Diseases (include data to support decision to identify as most prevalent) Healthy People 2030 Goal 1) 2) 3) Top Three Health Concerns (include data to support decision to identify as most prevalent) 1) 2) 3) Priority Community Concern: _______________________________________________________________________________  This must be supported by data and will be the topic of the prevention teaching plan for Worksheet #2.  The teaching proposal will be a one stop – one hour class for a target population in the community. BSN 325 Community Health Teaching Plan Teaching Plan Topic: _____________________________________ Target Audience: ________________________________________ Please enter your responses directly into this document to develop a detailed teaching plan to address the need you identified on Worksheet #1. Please submit a Draft PowerPoint with information from worksheet #1 and #2 for review. We will review your teaching proposal to ensure your objectives, topics, education strategies, delivery method and evaluation are aligned with your priority concern and focused on community prevention.  May choose to submit worksheet only for review  Voice over not required for the presentation draft Consider the following in your teaching plan:  Review Bloom’s taxonomy for writing objectives: o  Here is another site that will help you understand and correctly apply Blooms Taxonomy. Toward the bottom of the article is speaks about objectives and learning goals o  Be sure that the educational strategies (such as verbal/written instruction, demonstration, or role-playing) are appropriate to meet the literacy and language needs of the population Objective Describe what the participant will be able to do at the end of the session – must be measurable. 3-5 objectives required Topics Each one should relate to overall topic and objectives 2-3 topics per objective required Educational Strategy Verbal/written instruction, demonstration, role playing Delivery Method Traditional classroom, online, round table, meetings Evaluation Method Survey, knowledge quiz, observation of behavior, self-evaluation BSN 325 Disaster Assessment Part I Community Descriiption Selected community: [Enter Town or City, State] Community population: [Enter total population of the community] Community descriiption: [Describe the community including demographics, literacy levels, etc.] Emergency resources available: [List resources available to the community in the event of a disaster. This could include local organizations as well as Fire/EMS/Hospital services] Population Explanation of Vulnerability in GeneralVulnerable populations: Identify at least 4 vulnerable populations. Part II Disaster Descriiption Type of disaster (Be specific) [Be sure to include the sub-type of disaster as well. For example, if you choose natural disaster, list what type of natural disaster you have selected.] Potential Effects of the Disaster on: Community infrastructure Emergency services General population Part III Anticipated Health-related Issue related to disaster Include 3-5 health issues Nursing Intervention(s): Include 3-5 interventions per health-related issue What can you do to help your community members without access to hospital, EMS, etc.[order_button_b]