Nursing pdsa assignment e poster prese
PDSA Practice Improvement Plan The assignment will be divided into four phases.
- PDSA Practice Improvement Plan CC5.c
The PDSA project will provide the student the experience to initiate and coordinate planned change in a health care organization. The purpose of this assignment is to engage the student in analysis of an evidence-based practice scenario within their clinical experiences. process. The assignment will be divided into four phases.
Part I: Plan
I plan to: Here you will write a concise statement of what you plan to do.
I hope this produces: Here you can put a measurement or an outcome that you hope to achieve.
Steps to execute: Here is where you will write the steps that you are going to take in this cycle. You will want to include the following:
- Problem Identification: Identify a clinical problem that you observed in the clinical site. Digging up clinical problems can start with observations of clinical practice on your unit, asking staff about the problems they face when delivering care, looking through policies and procedures and guidelines of care to assess if there is a standard or policy to improve practice. Talking with patients about their perceptions of the care they are receiving and asking clinical questions that address the clinical implication of the observation. Is there a problem, a patient, or a population there is negatively affected by the present standard of practice? Once this P factor is determined without a present resolution, them a clinical question should be developed using the PICO process.
- The population this could be a patient, a problem, a population, a unit, a division, or organization problem.
- The time limit that you are going to do this project—remember, it does not have to be long, just long enough to get your results. You may set a time limit of 1 week but find out after 4 hours that it does not work. You can terminate the cycle at that point because you got your results.
- Review of literature: What level of knowledge is out there to address the problem, are there any evidence-based guidelines already published. Most of the literature reviewed should utilize systematic reviews, meta-analysis, or clinical guidelines. Individual studies review expert opinion articles and clinical articles can be used as supportive literature for clinical issues with limited research.
Part II: Do
After you have your plan, you will execute it or set it in motion. During this implementation, you will be keen to watch what happens once you do this.
What did you observe? Here you will write down observations you have during your implementation. This may include how the patients react, how the nurses react, how it fit in with your organizational system. You will ask, “Did everything go as planned?” “Did I have to modify the plan?”
Part III: Study
After implementation you will study the results.
What did you learn? Did you meet your measurement goals? Here you would
Part IV: Act
What did you conclude from this cycle? Here you will write what you came away with for this implementation, whether it worked or not. And if it did not work, what you can do differently in your next cycle to address that. If it did work, are you ready to spread it across your entire practice?
Dissemination: This section will be the materials used to disseminate your Practice Improvement Presentation project on the Clinical Site
This is a 10-15-minute overview of the problem, evidence, and proposed plan, results,
and recommendations. The presentation should include:
a) Actual PowerPoint slides or some other method of effective communication of
b) Handouts materials for unit leadership if indicated.
c) 2-3 discussion questions prepared by students to pose to their audience to generate
discuss about the project and potential for implementation
d) Presentation delivery: professional demeanor, professional dress, and generated
Please upload e-poster presentation and PPP for clinic presentation
PDSA Poster PresentationPDSA Poster PresentationCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle of the Presentation10 ptsOutstandingClear, concise engaging and connects to the purpose of work5 ptsAcceptableClear but not engaging or not connecting to the purpose of work2.5 ptsUnacceptableUnclear, does not connect to the purpose of work10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePLAN10 ptsOutstandingComprehensively describes what is the outcome of the the background and significance of the problem or issue.5 ptsAcceptableAdequately describes the background and significance of the problem or issue.2.5 ptsUnacceptableProvides a limited description of the background and significance of the problem or issue.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOUTCOME10 ptsOutstandingThe impact of the practice change is clearly articulated and thoroughly explained with the potential outcomes.5 ptsAcceptableThe impact of the practice change is articulated and thoroughly explained with potential outcomes.2.5 ptsUnacceptableThe impact of the practice change is articulated and thoroughly explained no mention of outcomes.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTHE PROCESS10 ptsOutstandingSuccinctly identifying actions taken to implement the plan (problem, population, review of the literature, time limit) Clearly describes the current state of literature related to the issue.5 ptsAcceptableIdentifies actions taken to implement the plan (problem, population, review of the literature, time limit) Describes the current state of literature related to the issue.2.5 ptsUnacceptableIdentifies actions taken to implement the plan (problem, population, review of the literature, time limit) No current state of literature related to the issue.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDO10 ptsOutstandingClearly demonstrates data collected over the intervention period of the project.5 ptsAcceptableDemonstrates data collected over the intervention period of the project.2.5 ptsUnacceptableDemonstrates some data collected over the intervention period of the project.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidence Synthesis of the intervention10 ptsOutstandingEvidence Synthesis is comprehensive and clearly described. Clearly describes the current state of literature related to the intervention. (Minimum 5 articles)5 ptsAcceptableLiterature review and evidence synthesis are adequate described (4 Articles).2.5 ptsUnacceptableLiterature review and evidence synthesis are limited and poorly described (Less than 4 articles).10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSTUDY10 ptsOutstandingClearly described what was learned and analyzes the results of the intervention.5 ptsAcceptableDescribes what was learned and analyzes the results of the intervention.2.5 ptsUnacceptableDescribed what was learned. No analyzes of the results of the intervention.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeACT10 ptsOutstandingProvides detail and logical explanations of the relevance of the project, the implications for practice and the resolution or non-resolution of patient needs and or practice improvement.5 ptsAcceptableProvides explanations of the relevance of the project, the implications for practice and the resolution or non- resolution of patient needs and or practice improvement.2.5 ptsUnacceptableProvides explanations of the relevance of the project, does not provide implications for practice and the resolution or non resolution of patient needs and or practice improvement.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Format10 ptsOutstandingAPA style followed correctly.5 ptsAcceptableAPA syle and formatting have some minor errors.2.5 ptsUnacceptableFollows APA formatting occasionally and without consistency.10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation10 ptsOutstandingThe e-poster presentation is clear and engaging, and well-organized. Any audio or visual aids (e.g., slides, music, actors) contribute meaningfully to the presentation. The logic of the presentation is easy to follow. All verbal and/or written information is legible, understandable, and easy to see/hear.5 ptsAcceptableThe e-poster presentation is clear and organized. The visuals are appealing, and the presenter was unclear presenting the issue.2.5 ptsUnacceptableThe e-poster presentation was unclear and difficult to follow. The logical flow was confusing. The presentation was overly wordy, robotic, and/or audio and visual aids failed to add anything to the understandability of the presentation.10 pts
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