Engaging in Evidence-Based Practice

 

Number of Pages: 4 pages

Criteria

Mastery

Accomplished

Developing

Beginning

Not Acceptable

1

Overview of the clinical topic and link to the role of nurses presented in the power point presentation and written handout.

20 %

Accurate overview of the clinical topic and link to the role of nurses presented in the power point presentation and written handout.

Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout.

20%

Mostly accurate overview of the clinical topic and link to the role of nurses presented in the power point presentation and written handout.

Information included on the power point and written handout. 17%

Somewhat accurate overview of the clinical topic and link to the role of nurses presented in the power point presentation and written handout.

Information is included on the power point and written handout. 15%

Many inaccuracies in the overview of the clinical topic and link to the role of nurses presented in the power point presentation and written handout.

OR Pertinent information is NOT included on the power point and written handout. 10%

Did not participate in the assigned make-up presentation OR did not submit this section in the power point presentation and written handout. 0%

II

Presents findings of the highest level of evidence from three current peer-reviewed journals and within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout.

20 %

Complete and accurate discussion of relationship of the clinical topic to current (2012 or newer)* evidence –based findings within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout.

The three articles presented are the highest level of evidence from the group’s articles. 20%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Complete and mostly accurate discussion of relationship of the clinical topic to current (2012 or newer)* evidence –based findings within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout. The three articles presented are the highest level of evidence from the group’s articles. 17%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Some inaccuracies in discussion about the relationship of the clinical topic to current (2012 or newer)* evidence –based findings within the context of the clinical topic. Information is mostly accurately on the power point and written handout. The three articles presented are the highest level of evidence from the group’s articles.

15%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Many inaccuracies in discussion about the relationship of the clinical topic to current (2012 or newer)* evidence –based findings within the context of the clinical topic. Information is somewhat accurately included on the power point and written handout. OR –One or more articles presented is NOT the top three highest level of evidence from the group’s articles. 10%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Did not participate in the faculty assigned make-up presentation or did not submit this section in the power point presentation and written handout. 0%

III

Proposed accurate and realistic nursing practice changes based upon the strength of the evidence and within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout.

20%

Based upon the strongest evidence, accurate and realistic nursing recommendations from all three articles are presented within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout.20%

Based upon the strongest evidence, accurate and mostly realistic nursing recommendations from all three articles are presented within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout. 17%

Based upon the evidence, there were some inaccuracies yet mostly realistic nursing recommendations presented within the context of the clinical topic. Information is accurately included on the power point and written handout. OR Uses more evidence from one article that causes a bias toward the overall research findings. 15%

Much of the evidence is not realistic within the context of the clinical topic. Information is somewhat accurately included on the power point and written handout. OR Some of the nursing recommendations for the clinical topic was not presented as evidence. 8%

Did not participate in the faculty assigned make-up presentation or did not present this section in the power point presentation and written handout.

0%

IV

Matrix of Evidence

25 %

Student clearly and accurately listed and designated 100% of the group’s peer-reviewed articles in the Matrix of Evidence, and all of the articles are current research articles (2012 or newer)*. No duplicate articles are listed in the matrix, and all of the articles directly relate to the clinical topic.

25%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Student clearly and accurately listed and designated 85-99% of the group’s peer-reviewed articles in the Matrix of Evidence and all of the articles are current research articles (2012 or newer)*.

No duplicate articles are listed in the matrix, and all of the articles directly relate to the clinical topic.

22.5%

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Student clearly and accurately listed and designated 84 – 77% of the group’s peer-reviewed articles in the Matrix of Evidence and all of the articles are current research articles (2012 or newer)*.No duplicate articles are listed in the matrix, and all of the articles directly relate to the clinical topic.

20 %

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Student clearly and accurately listed and designated 76 to 70% of the group’s peer-reviewed articles in the Matrix of Evidence. OR One of the articles is not a current (2011 or newer)* research article. No duplicate articles are listed in the matrix, and all of the articles directly relate to the clinical topic.

17.5 %

*Exceptions to the date were pre-approved by Dr. Pietsch

Student inaccurately listed 69 % or less of the group’s peer-reviewed articles in the Matrix of Evidence OR More than one of the articles are older research articles OR one or more of the articles did not directly relate to the clinical topic. OR did not submit this section. 0%

V

Individual Matrix of Evidence Submission (1%)

Submitted an individual Matrix of Evidence with all of the group’s articles designated on the sheet and a copy of his / her article used for the presentation in NU Learn by by 11:58 PM on Monday, July 24, 2017.

1%

SEE MASTERY OR NOT ACCEPTABLE COLUMN

SEE MASTERY OR NOT ACCEPTABLE COLUMN

SEE MASTERY OR NOT ACCEPTABLE COLUMN

Did not submit the individual Matrix of Evidence with all of the group’s articles designated on the sheet and a copy of his / her article used for the presentation in NU Learn by 11:58 PM on Monday, July 24, 2017.

VI

Presentation Format – Power point and Written Handout (14%)

Materials easily readable, font size appropriate for presentation. Visually pleasing presentation. Appropriate use of color; good balance of pictures/writing. Used power point presentation, no errors of grammar, spelling, or punctuation. Written handout provides the same information as the tri-folder. All citations and references meet APA format.

14%

Materials somewhat readable OR font size somewhat appropriate for presentation OR Visually presentation somewhat pleasing; OR Somewhat appropriate use of color or some imbalance of pictures/writing. Minimal errors of grammar, spelling, or punctuation. Written handout provides the same information as the tri-folder. All citations and references meet APA format.

11%

Did not use a trifold power point or did not type presentation. OR

Written handout did not provide the same information as the tri-folder. Errors of grammar, spelling, or punctuation that presented. Missing one or more citations and/or references. Does not meet APA format.

0%

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