The purpose of the Disease Process Presentation is for learners to:
- Develop professional presentation/communication skills.
- Demonstrate an advancing understanding of pathophysiological processes of body systems that result in the diagnosis and treatment of patients who present with these disorders in these systems.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze the literature to obtain the most current, evidence-based resources on the assigned disease process.
- Demonstrate and practice professional communication and leadership, while advancing the education of peers.
Due Date: Tuesday 11:59 PM MT Week 7 to both the Week
7 discussion board and the Week 7 assignment area.
- Analyze pathophysiological mechanisms associated with select disease states.
- Relate research findings to the management of patients with complex pathophysiologic dysfunction.
Total Points Possible: 200 points
Description of the Assignment
For Week 7 of the course, there is no case study given to you by the faculty. Instead you will be creating an audio/video recorded presentation that demonstrates your understanding of a selected disease process. This presentation will be uploaded into the course via Kaltura (see course resources for directions).
Criteria for Content
- Introduce the disease with a brief definition and description.
- Discuss the Risk Factorsand the connection to the Etiology of the initial injury to the cell/tissue/organ.
- Discuss health care provider implications for prevention of the disease.
- Show the progression from the initial injury to the defect in the tissue, organ and system functioning.
- Link changes in the tissue, organ, and system functioning to the initial presenting signs and symptoms seen in primary careof the disease.
- Provide a brief description of how the disease is diagnosed.
- Provide a brief description of the pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions used to treat and manage the disease.
- Summarizes the disease on final slide with concluding remarks; includes implication for nurse practitioner practice.
- Utilizes at least two current (within 5 years), peer-reviewed scholarly sources to support presentation content.
- Reference slide and in-text citations depict references correctly cited according to APA.
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