Identify three ways that a masters-prepared nurse in your specialty would use the AACN Essentials skills in nursing practice.

Masters-Prepared Role Electronic Presentation
Guidelines
with Scoring Rubric
Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to:
a) demonstrate how the skills outlined in the AACN Essentials are applicable to
the role of a mastersprepared nurse (CO #5, #6) and b) present ideas in a
clear, succinct, and scholarly manner (CO #1).
Course Outcomes
Through this assignment, the student
will demonstrate the ability to:
(CO#1)
Demonstrate effective verbal, written, and technological communication using
legal and ethical standards for transferring knowledge. (PO 3)
(CO#5) Analyze the American
Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Masters Education in
Nursing [AACN Essentials]. (PO 1)
(CO#6)Assess the roles of the masters-prepared
nurse. (PO 1)

Due Date:Sunday 11:59 p.m. (MT) at the end of
Week 7.

Total Points Possible: 215
Requirements:
1.
Discuss
the MSN specialty track (educator, executive, informatics, health policy, FNP) that
you have selected.
2. Demonstrate how the skills
outlined in the nine (9) AACN Essentials are applicable to your selected
masters-prepared specialization.
3. Identify three ways that a
masters-prepared nurse in your specialty would use the AACN Essentials skills
in nursing practice.
4. Provide empirical evidence
to support the three (3) ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN
Essentials in practice. A minimum of two (2) current scholarly articles are
required in this section of the presentation.
5. Concluding statements
summarize content.
6.
15-slide
presentation with speaker notes in APA format, not counting title and reference
slides.

Preparing the paper
1.
This
is a PowerPoint presentation.
2.
Review
the Creating a Professional Presentation located in Doc Sharing.
3.
This
presentation is to focus on the specific role you have chosen in the MSN
program (e.g., educator, executive, informatics, health policy, FNP) and
identify the AACN Essentials that are applicable to your specific role.

Category

Points

%

Description

Content

34

16%

Clearly
describe the masters-prepared role selected.

Content

34

16%

Discuss
the AACN Essentials directly
related to the selected role.

Content

34

16%

Discuss
three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials in
practice.

Content

34

16%

Content
of presentation is accurate.

Content

34

16%

Concluding
statements are present.

Format
& Grammar

9

4%

Slides,
speaker notes, and references are consistent with 6th edition APA
format.

Format
& Grammar

9

4%

Presentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone. Balance among space,
words/graphics, and color is effective.

Format
& Grammar

9

4%

Grammar,
spelling, word usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written
work.

Format
& Grammar

9

4%

Presentation
has 15 slides, not including title and reference slides.

Format
& Grammar

9

4%

Speaker
notes contain presentation content without repeating slides.

Total

215

100

A quality assignment will meet or
exceed all of the above requirements.

Grading Rubric

Assignment Criteria

A
(10092%)
Outstanding
or highest level of performance

B
(9184%)
Very
good or high level of performance

C
(8376%)
Competent
or satisfactory level of performance

F
(750%)
Poor
or failing or unsatisfactory level of performance

Content
Possible Points = 170 Points

Clearly
describes the masters-prepared role selected.

3431
Points

3028
Points

2726
Points

250
Points

Description
of the masters-prepared role clearly described.

Description
of the masters-prepared role has rare inaccuracy.

Description
of the masters-prepared role lacks occasional important element or
specificity.

Description
of the masters-prepared role has multiple instances of inaccuracies or is
not discussed.

Slides
and speaker notes discuss the AACN
Essentials that are directly related to chosen masters-prepared role.

3431
Points

3028
Points

2726
Points

250
Points

Slides
and speaker notes discuss the AACN
Essentials directly related to the chosen role.

Slides
and speaker notes discussing the AACN Essentials directly related to the
chosen role have rare inaccuracy.

Slides
and speaker notes discussing AACN Essentials occasionally inaccurate or lack
occasional important elements or specificity.

Slides
and speaker notes discussing AACN
Essentials have multiple inaccuracies or are not discussed.

Discusses
three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in nursing practice, supported by the
evidence in the slides and speaker notes.

3431
Points

3028
Points

2726
Points

250
Points

Discussion
of the three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials
skills in nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and
speaker notes. There are a minimum of
2 current scholarly articles cited in the presentation.

Discussion of the three ways a
masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in nursing
practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and speaker notes with
rare inaccuracy. There are a minimum
of 2 current scholarly articles cited in the presentation.

Discussion
of two ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in
nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and speaker notes
with occasional inaccuracy, OR there is one current scholarly article cited
in the presentation.

Discussion
of only one way a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials
skills in nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and
speaker notes, OR there are numerous inaccuracies in all content, OR there is
no discussion, OR there are no current scholarly articles cited.

Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate.

3431
Points

3028
Points

2726
Points

250
Points

Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with no errors.

Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with 12 errors.

Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with 34 errors.

Slide
and speaker notes content have 5 or more errors.

Concluding
statements summarize content.

3431
Points

3028
Points

2726
Points

250
Points

Concluding
statements summarizing content contain no inaccuracy.

Concluding
statements lack occasional important element or specificity.

Concluding
statements lack several important elements or specificity.

Concluding
statements have multiple instances of inaccuracies.

Content Subtotal

_____
of 170 points

Format & Grammar
Possible Points = 45 Points

Slides, speaker notes,
and references are completely consistent with APA format.

9 Points

8 Points

7 Points

60
Points

There
are no APA format errors in the text, title page, and/or reference page(s).

There
are 1-2 APA format errors in the text, title page, and/or reference page(s).

There are 3-4 occasional APA format errors in the text,
title page, and/or reference page(s)

There are more than 5 APA format
errors in the text, title page, and reference page(s).

Presentation slides are professional
in appearance and tone.

Balance among
space, words/graphics, and color is effective.

9 Points

8 Points

7 Points

60
Points

Presentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone.

Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective.

Presentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone, with occasional areas needing
improvements in style.

Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective with rare unbalanced
slide.

Presentation slides are professional
in appearance and tone, with several areas needing improvements in style.
Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective, with occasional
unbalanced slide.

Most presentation slides are not
professional in appearance and tone with numerous areas needing improvements
in style or no name on presentation title slide.
Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is not effective; most slides are
unbalanced.

Grammar, spelling, word
usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written work.

9 Points

8 Points

7 Points

60
Points

Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with no exceptions.

Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with 12 exceptions.

Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with 34 exceptions.

Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are not consistent with formal written work, with 5 or more
errors.

Presentation has 15
slides not including title and reference slides.

9 Points

8 Points

7 Points

60
Points

Slides
are = to required number.

Slides
are + 1 of required number.

Slides are +/-2 of required number.

Slides are + 3 of required
number.

Speaker notes contain
presentation content without repeating slides.

9 Points

8 Points

7 Points

60
Points

Speaker
notes contain presentation content without repetition of slides.

Speaker
notes contain presentation content with rare repetition of slides.

Speaker notes contain presentation
content with occasional repetition of slides.

Speaker notes contain presentation
content with multiple repetitions of slides OR speaker notes are not present.

Format & Grammar Subtotal

_____ of 45 points

Total Points

_____
of 215 points

Masters-Prepared Role Electronic PresentationGuidelines
with Scoring RubricPurposeThe purpose of this assignment is to:
a) demonstrate how the skills outlined in the AACN Essentials are applicable to
the role of a mastersprepared nurse (CO #5, #6) and b) present ideas in a
clear, succinct, and scholarly manner (CO #1).Course OutcomesThrough this assignment, the student
will demonstrate the ability to:(CO#1)
Demonstrate effective verbal, written, and technological communication using
legal and ethical standards for transferring knowledge. (PO 3)(CO#5) Analyze the American
Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Masters Education in
Nursing [AACN Essentials]. (PO 1)(CO#6)Assess the roles of the masters-prepared
nurse. (PO 1)Due Date:Sunday 11:59 p.m. (MT) at the end of
Week 7.
Total Points Possible: 2151.
Discuss
the MSN specialty track (educator, executive, informatics, health policy, FNP) that
you have selected.2. Demonstrate how the skills
outlined in the nine (9) AACN Essentials are applicable to your selected
masters-prepared specialization. 3. Identify three ways that a
masters-prepared nurse in your specialty would use the AACN Essentials skills
in nursing practice.4. Provide empirical evidence
to support the three (3) ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN
Essentials in practice. A minimum of two (2) current scholarly articles are
required in this section of the presentation.5. Concluding statements
summarize content.6.
15-slide
presentation with speaker notes in APA format, not counting title and reference
slides.1.
This
is a PowerPoint presentation. 2.
Review
the Creating a Professional Presentation located in Doc Sharing.3.
This
presentation is to focus on the specific role you have chosen in the MSN
program (e.g., educator, executive, informatics, health policy, FNP) and
identify the AACN Essentials that are applicable to your specific role. CategoryPoints%DescriptionContent3416%Clearly
describe the masters-prepared role selected.Content3416%Discuss
the AACN Essentials directly
related to the selected role.Content3416%Discuss
three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials in
practice.Content3416%Content
of presentation is accurate.Content3416%Concluding
statements are present.Format
& Grammar94%Slides,
speaker notes, and references are consistent with 6th edition APA
format.Format
& Grammar94%Presentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone. Balance among space,
words/graphics, and color is effective.Format
& Grammar9
4%Grammar,
spelling, word usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written
work.Format
& Grammar94%Presentation
has 15 slides, not including title and reference slides.Format
& Grammar94%Speaker
notes contain presentation content without repeating slides.Total 215100A quality assignment will meet or
exceed all of the above requirements.Grading RubricAssignment CriteriaA(10092%)Outstanding
or highest level of performanceB(9184%)Very
good or high level of performanceC(8376%)Competent
or satisfactory level of performanceF(750%)Poor
or failing or unsatisfactory level of performanceContentPossible Points = 170 PointsClearly
describes the masters-prepared role selected.3431
Points3028
Points2726
Points250
PointsDescription
of the masters-prepared role clearly described.Description
of the masters-prepared role has rare inaccuracy.Description
of the masters-prepared role lacks occasional important element or
specificity.Description
of the masters-prepared role has multiple instances of inaccuracies or is
not discussed.Slides
and speaker notes discuss the AACN
Essentials that are directly related to chosen masters-prepared role.3431
Points3028
Points2726
Points250
PointsSlides
and speaker notes discuss the AACN
Essentials directly related to the chosen role. Slides
and speaker notes discussing the AACN Essentials directly related to the
chosen role have rare inaccuracy.Slides
and speaker notes discussing AACN Essentials occasionally inaccurate or lack
occasional important elements or specificity.Slides
and speaker notes discussing AACN
Essentials have multiple inaccuracies or are not discussed.Discusses
three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in nursing practice, supported by the
evidence in the slides and speaker notes.3431
Points3028
Points2726
Points250
PointsDiscussion
of the three ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials
skills in nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and
speaker notes. There are a minimum of
2 current scholarly articles cited in the presentation. Discussion of the three ways a
masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in nursing
practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and speaker notes with
rare inaccuracy. There are a minimum
of 2 current scholarly articles cited in the presentation.Discussion
of two ways a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials skills in
nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and speaker notes
with occasional inaccuracy, OR there is one current scholarly article cited
in the presentation. Discussion
of only one way a masters-prepared nurse would use the AACN Essentials
skills in nursing practice is supported by the evidence in the slides and
speaker notes, OR there are numerous inaccuracies in all content, OR there is
no discussion, OR there are no current scholarly articles cited. Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate.3431
Points3028
Points2726
Points250
PointsSlide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with no errors.Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with 12 errors. Slide
and speaker notes content are accurate, with 34 errors.Slide
and speaker notes content have 5 or more errors.Concluding
statements summarize content.3431
Points3028
Points2726
Points250
PointsConcluding
statements summarizing content contain no inaccuracy.Concluding
statements lack occasional important element or specificity.Concluding
statements lack several important elements or specificity.Concluding
statements have multiple instances of inaccuracies.Content Subtotal_____
of 170 pointsFormat & GrammarPossible Points = 45 PointsSlides, speaker notes,
and references are completely consistent with APA format.9 Points8 Points7 Points60
PointsThere
are no APA format errors in the text, title page, and/or reference page(s).There
are 1-2 APA format errors in the text, title page, and/or reference page(s).There are 3-4 occasional APA format errors in the text,
title page, and/or reference page(s)There are more than 5 APA format
errors in the text, title page, and reference page(s).Presentation slides are professional
in appearance and tone. Balance among
space, words/graphics, and color is effective.9 Points8 Points7 Points60
PointsPresentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone.Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective. Presentation
slides are professional in appearance and tone, with occasional areas needing
improvements in style.Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective with rare unbalanced
slide.Presentation slides are professional
in appearance and tone, with several areas needing improvements in style.Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is effective, with occasional
unbalanced slide.Most presentation slides are not
professional in appearance and tone with numerous areas needing improvements
in style or no name on presentation title slide.Balance
among space, words/graphics, and color is not effective; most slides are
unbalanced.Grammar, spelling, word
usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written work.9 Points8 Points7 Points60
PointsGrammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with no exceptions.Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with 12 exceptions.Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are consistent with formal written work, with 34 exceptions.Grammar, spelling, word usage, and
punctuation are not consistent with formal written work, with 5 or more
errors.Presentation has 15
slides not including title and reference slides.9 Points8 Points7 Points60
PointsSlides
are = to required number.Slides
are + 1 of required number.Slides are +/-2 of required number.Slides are + 3 of required
number.Speaker notes contain
presentation content without repeating slides.9 Points8 Points7 Points60
PointsSpeaker
notes contain presentation content without repetition of slides. Speaker
notes contain presentation content with rare repetition of slides.Speaker notes contain presentation
content with occasional repetition of slides.Speaker notes contain presentation
content with multiple repetitions of slides OR speaker notes are not present.
Format & Grammar Subtotal_____ of 45 pointsTotal Points_____
of 215 points

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