Describe how the IDT addressed medication reconciliation.

Describe the importance of the IDT. Describe two examples of how patients and families benefit from the IDT. Include speaker’s notes. Support ideas with scholarly references (1-2 slides).
Identify the IDT members present. Also, identify if the family was present. Include speaker’s notes (1 slide).
Identify the setting where care is being delivered. Discuss the IDT goals of care for the patient and family. Include speaker’s notes (2-3 slides).
Document whether there were changes in the patient’s condition. If no changes, please note some anticipated changes based on the client’s diagnosis. Describe how the IDT addressed medication reconciliation. Include speaker’s notes (1-3 slides).
Identify two cultural or ethical barriers experienced by the patient or family. If no cultural or ethical barriers were experienced, list two potential cultural or ethical barriers experienced. Explain how the IDT addressed the cultural or ethical barriers. If none were experienced, based on the two potential cultural or ethical barriers identified above, explain how the IDT should address them. Include speaker’s notes (1-3 slides).
Discuss resources needed to meet the palliative, hospice, or end-of-life care for the patient and family. Include speaker’s notes (1-2 slides).
Conclusion (1 slide): slide provides summary points of presentation. Speaker’s notes provide final comments on the topic.
References (1+ slides): reference elements provided in APA format, may use bullets. Hanging indents not required.
In Week 6, students will upload a 10-15 minute PowerPoint presentation recording using Kaltura or voice-over PowerPoint to the Week 6 peer review discussion.
The PowerPoint presentation is due by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MT of Week 5.
Preparing the presentation:
The presentation should be developed using the following guidelines:

All presentations must be in PowerPoint format. The presentation should be between 9-16 slides.
Speaker notes should be used for all slides except the title and references slides and should include in-text citations when applicable.
Slides should be professional in appearance and easy to read.
Correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling should be observed in all slides.
Best Practices in Preparing the Presentation
The following are best practices in preparing this presentation:

Review directions thoroughly.
Follow submission requirements.
Make sure all elements on the grading rubric are included.
Follow rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation consistent with formal, scientific writing.
Correctly cite and reference ideas and information that comes from scholarly literature.
Abide by Chamberlain University academic integrity policy.
Rubric
Week 5 Assignment: Interdisciplinary Teams PowerPoint Presentation
Week 5 Assignment: Interdisciplinary Teams PowerPoint Presentation
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction
Presentation of information is concise and includes the following elements:
• Identification of sections of the presentation
• Speaker notes used to add depth to introduction
10 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information concise and includes both the following elements: • Identification of sections of the presentation • Speaker notes used to add depth to introduction
9 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is adequate and includes both elements.
8 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information includes ONE element.
5 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is unclear or disorganized and includes one or both elements.
0 pts
No Marks
No introduction slide
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeImportance of IDT
Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements:

1. Describe the importance of the IDT.

2. Describe two examples of how patients and families benefit from the IDT.

3. Support ideas with scholarly references

4. Include speaker’s notes
20 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: 1. Describe the importance of the IDT. 2. Describe two examples of how patients and families benefit from the IDT. 3. Support ideas with scholarly references 4. Include speaker’s notes.
18 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all elements
17 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all elements
10 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation of information in two or more elements
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIDT Members Present
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements:

1. Identify the roles of the IDT members present.

2. Identify if the family was present

3. Include speaker’s notes
15 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements: 1. Identify the IDT members present. 2. Identify if the family was present 3. Include speaker’s notes
14 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all elements
12 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all elements
8 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation of information in two or more elements
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSetting and Goals
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements:

1. Identify the setting where care is being delivered.

2. Discuss the IDT goals of care for the patient and family.

3. Include speaker’s notes
20 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements: 1. Identify the setting where care is being delivered. 2. Discuss the IDT goals of care for the patient and family. 3. Include speaker’s notes
18 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all elements
17 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all elements
10 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation of information in two or more elements
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCondition Changes
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes both of the following elements:

1. Document whether there were changes in the patient’s condition. If no changes, please note some anticipated changes based on the client’s diagnosis.

2. Describe how the IDT addressed medication reconciliation

3. Include speaker’s notes
20 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes both the following elements: 1. Document whether there were changes in the patient’s condition. If no changes, please note some anticipated changes based on the client’s diagnosis. 2. Describe how the IDT addressed medication reconciliation 3. Include speaker’s notes
18 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is adequate and includes both elements.
17 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information minimally demonstrated and includes both elements.
10 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is unclear or missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation is missing both elements.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBarriers
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements:

1. Identify two cultural or ethical barriers experienced by the patient or family. If no cultural or ethical barriers were experienced, list two potential cultural or ethical barriers experienced.

2. Explain how the IDT addressed the cultural or ethical barriers. If none were experienced, based on the two potential cultural or ethical barriers identified above, explain how the IDT should address them.

3. Include speaker’s notes.
20 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements: 1. Identify two cultural or ethical barriers experienced by the patient or family. If no cultural or ethical barriers were experienced, list two potential cultural or ethical barriers experienced. 2. Explain how the IDT addressed the cultural or ethical barriers. If none were experienced, based on the two potential cultural or ethical barriers identified above, explain how the IDT should address them. 3. Include speaker’s notes.
18 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all elements
17 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all elements
10 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation of information in two or more elements
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResources
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements:

1. Describe the IDT’s discussion of resources necessary to meet the patient’s/family’s needs.

2. Discuss additional resources that may be beneficial to the patient/family.

3. Include speaker’s notes
20 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and includes all of the following elements: 1. Describe the IDT’s discussion of resources necessary to meet the patient’s/family’s needs. 2. Discuss additional resources that may be beneficial to the patient/family. 3. Include speaker’s notes
18 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all elements
17 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all elements
10 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is missing one element.
0 pts
No Marks
Presentation of information in two or more elements
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion
Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes the following elements:

• Summarizes key information presented in PowerPoint presentation

• Provides speaker notes
10 pts
Excellent
Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes the following elements: • Summarizes key information presented in PowerPoint presentation • Provides speaker notes
9 pts
V. Good
Presentation of information is adequate and includes both elements.
8 pts
Satisfactory
Presentation of information includes ONE element.
5 pts
Needs Improvement
Presentation of information is unclear or disorganized and includes one or both elements.
0 pts
No Marks
Conclusion is not provided
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Format
APA guidelines, as per the current edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the following:

• In-text citations are used and provided on the slide or within the speaker notes.

• Slides, speaker notes, and reference elements are consistent with current APA format. May use bullets on the reference slide. Hanging indents not required.

One deduction for each type of APA format error.
5 pts
Excellent
APA guidelines, as per the current edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the following: • In-text citations are used and provided on the slide or within the speaker notes. • Slides, speaker notes, and reference elements are consistent with current APA format. May use bullets on the reference slide. Hanging indents not required. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 0 to 1 APA error is present
4.5 pts
V. Good
APA guidelines, as per the current edition of the manual, are generally demonstrated. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 2–3 APA errors are present
4 pts
Satisfactory
APA guidelines, as per the current edition of the manual, are generally demonstrated. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 4–5 APA errors are present
2.5 pts
Needs Improvement
APA guidelines, as per the current edition of the manual, are generally demonstrated. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 6–7 APA errors are present
0 pts
No Marks
One deduction for each type of APA format error. 8 or more APA errors are present
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePowerPoint presentation addresses all of the following elements:
• Title slide

• Reference slide(s)

• Slides are professional in appearance and tone

• Slides are balanced spatially, including words and graphics

• Color is effective

Presentation is 9-16 total slides
5 pts
Excellent
PowerPoint presentation addresses all of the following elements: • Title slide • Reference slide(s) • Slides are professional in appearance and tone • Slides are balanced spatially, including words and graphics • Color is effective • Presentation is 9-16 total slides
4.5 pts
V. Good
PowerPoint presentation does not address one of the elements.
4 pts
Satisfactory
PowerPoint presentation does not address two of the elements.
2.5 pts
Needs Improvement
PowerPoint does not address three of the elements
0 pts
No Marks
PowerPoint is missing more than 3 elements or is not professional in tone.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Mechanics
5 pts
Excellent
1–2 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the current edition of the APA manual
4.5 pts
V. Good
3–4 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the current edition of the APA manual
4 pts
Satisfactory
5–6 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the current edition of the APA manual
2.5 pts
Needs Improvement
7–8 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the current edition of the APA manual
0 pts
No Marks
9 or more errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the current edition of the APA manual
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLate penalty deductions
0 pts
Late penalty deductions
Students are expected to submit assignments by the time they are due. Assignments submitted after the due date and time will receive a deduction of 10% of the total points possible for that assignment for each day the assignment is late. Assignments will be accepted, with penalty as described, up to a maximum of three days late, after which point a zero will be recorded for the assignment. Quizzes and discussions are not considered assignments and are not part of the late assignment policy.
0 pts
Late penalty deductions
Students are expected to submit assignments by the time they are due. Assignments submitted after the due date and time will receive a deduction of 10% of the total points possible for that assignment for each day the assignment is late. Assignments will be accepted, with penalty as described, up to a maximum of three days late, after which point a zero will be recorded for the assignment. Quizzes and discussions are not considered assignments and are not part of the late assignment policy.
0 pts

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