NR507 Week 7 Disease Process Presentation Part 3

This assignment is a culmination of the assignments created in Weeks 2 and 5. Students are expected to incorporate the faculty feedback received on the Week 2 and Week 5 assignments to create the final presentation. The Week 7 presentation is an audio/video recording that is developed using Kaltura. The final presentation will include the student’s voice (audio) along with face clearly visible (video). Students have the opportunity to demonstrate professional presentation/communication and deep knowledge regarding pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment about a selected disease process.  

Activity Learning Outcomes

Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to: 

  1. Demonstrate professional presentation/communication skills. 
  2. Demonstrate understanding of the risk factors for disease development. (CO 3) 
  3. Demonstrate understanding of the progression of a disease from the initial injury to the defect in the tissue, organ and system functioning. (CO 1, 2) 
  4. Link development of presenting signs and symptoms of disease to changes to tissue, organ and system functioning. (CO 3) 
  5. Describe how the disease is diagnosed (CO 1, 2) 
  6. Describe pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for disease management (CO 4) 
  7. Describe the role of the health care provider in the prevention of the disease (CO 4) 


Due DateTuesday 11:59 PM MT of Week 7

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. 


Total Points Possible:  200 points


Content Criteria:  

  1. Introduce the disease with a brief definition and description. 
  2. Discuss the Risk Factorsand the connection to theEtiology of the initial injury to the cell/tissue/organ. 
  3. Discuss health care provider implications for prevention of the disease. 
  4. Show the progression from the initial injury to the defect in the tissue, organ and system functioning. 
  5. Link changes in the tissue, organ, and system functioning to the initial presenting signs and symptoms seen in primary care of the disease. 
  6. Provide a brief description of how the disease is diagnosed. 
  7. Provide a brief description of the pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions used to treat and manage the disease. 
  8. Summarizes the disease on final slide with concluding remarks; includes implication for nurse practitioner practice. 
  9. Utilizes at least two current (within 5 years), peer-reviewed scholarly sources to support presentation content. 
  10. Reference slide and in-text citations depict references correctly cited according to APA. 

Format Criteria:  

  1. The presentation should include an audio/video PowerPoint presentation created using Kaltura. The student’s voice must be clearly heard (audio) and the student’s face clearly seen on the video. 
  2. There is no slide length requirements. However, the presentation should be no more than 15-20 minutes in recorded length. 
  3. The presentation should contain appropriate evidence to support the information presented in APA format. 
  4. The presentation slides should be used as cues to topics and key concepts without lengthy sentences and paragraphs- reading information from slides is not professional and therefore not acceptable. 
  5. Students should demonstrate understanding and mastery of content via discussion style presentation. 

Technology Requirements 

The instructions for using Kaltura are located under Resources. 

PowerPoint Tips to ensure a professional and organized presentation:  

  1. All font types, size, and color should be the same throughout the presentation 
  2. The Title slide should contain: student name, course, professor and title of the presentation 
  3. Avoid putting too much information in the slides. Use bullets to highlight main points and then use speaker notes to provide more specifics related to the slide content 
  4. The use of pictures and figures are encouraged, however, avoid overcrowding the slides with pictures and figures 
  5. Follow the rubric requirements in chronological order to ensure an organized flow of content 
  6. Use proper background color so there is good contrast between font color and background 


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