Practice Change Simulation
Create a 7-9 minute video that reflects upon the clinical problem that you have identified in your area of nursing practice (as identified in Module 1). ( clinical practice guideline towards the prevention chronic neck pain among adults. therapy over medication) Critically appraise the research and summarize the knowledge available on the clinical problem (minimum requirement of 6 scholarly journal articles reviewed and appraised for application to practice problem). Outline a strategic plan for implementation of a practice change in your clinical practice environment based upon your findings. Describe how you intend to operationalize the practice change in your practice environment. What theoretical model will you use and how will you overcome barriers to implementation? What sources of internal evidence will you use in providing data to demonstrate improvement in outcomes? Describe evaluation methods of implementation clearly. Are there any ethical considerations?
The presentation should be a simulation of what you would present to your unit staff in effort to gain buy-in as you initiate the practice change your area of practice. You may use to record your presentation. Or you may use any other software to record it in an mp4 format. Please submit the recording or a link to your published recording in the dropbox.
If PPT is used for the presentation, include the reference slide; if no PPT used in presentation, please submit a list of the references in a Word document utilized to develop the presentation in APA format to the Drop Box in a separate submission (be sure to orally cite your sources if no PPT is used to identify the sources)
Length: 7-9 minute presentation (with or without PPT slides); if no PPT used submit APA Reference list separately
Structure: If PPT used: Include a title slide, objective slide, content slides, reference slide in APA format. There is no specific slide number required.
References: Use appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions.