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PowerPoint Presentation
(Title of Your Presentation)
Author’s Names
)
Layout should always be in landscape orientation.
Check all your hyperlinks to make sure it goes to your desired slides
Slide Show Toolbar: Select “Setup Slide Show” then select “loop continuously until stopped”
Embedded videos can only be displayed in the following formats: .mov, .mp4, .mpeg. Note: Upload your video file along with your PowerPoint file.
Save all mathematical formulas and equations to images (.jpg, .png) when embedding or upload your excel file along with your PowerPoint file.
Save PowerPoint as .pptx to ensure all your embedded images and videos are included.
This is only a template. All content may be modified. If you are creating your e-poster on a PC, please make sure to save your formulas and equations as an image (.jpg, .png) and embed it into your presentation or they will change on our Macs.
You can always change the theme colors of this template. This is only an example.
IMAGE
IMAGE
This slide/poster size is 40.97 inches by 23.04 inches (16:9 aspect ratio)
Minimum font: 28pt (this may seem large, but at this poster size it’s not)
Recommended font Types: Cali
i, Arial, Times New Roman
Multiple pages can be used. Multiple page allows adequate spacing for adding more content, images, graphs and videos
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ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTION: ASSESSMENT 4 E-POSTER
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO?
In pairs (unless you are in 2nd or 3rd year)
Use the SAME topic as you were allocated for assignment 2 (search strategy) to design an electronic poster.
Your poster needs to answer the following questions.
1. What is the at risk group your patient is from and why are they at risk in relation to patient safety?
2. What communication strategies as a registered nurse can you employ to increase patient safety for your patient?
How to start this assessment
· You need to find 5-10 suitable peer-reviewed articles that will help you answer these questions
· You need to find suitable images to add to your poste
· You need to review the resources in UTS online for anything that can help you answer these questions
· Read the tip sheet and marking ru
ic for this assessment
· Read your feedback from assessment 2 – search strategy
· Attend a li
ary workshop – if you think you will need help doing this you should book in to one of the available li
ary sessions (see UTS online for details on how to do this).
Organise your information in to the following sections and start writing:
· Poster title
· Authors (Student names & student numbers)
· Introduction
· Background
· Communication strategies
· Implications for nursing practice
· Images
· Reference list
NB: In-text referencing must be used throughout – including any images included
Choose an e-template style
NB: A template have been provided for you to choose from as well as instructions to develop your own for using different styles of templates. You can change the colours, font size and style and design of the poster as desired.
Convert your poster to a pdf document to upload to turnitin
One student only needs to do this
Print out a colour copy of your poster for your marker and
ing this to your tutorial
NB: You will NOT be able to present if your poster has not been uploaded to turnitin and/or if you do not
ing a copy with you to class
Print out and complete a copy of your group work declaration – both students to complete and sign
You need to email this or hand to your tutor before your presentation
Presentation
You will need to present the findings on your poster to the class – covering all of the headings as listed above
NB: If there are 2 of you this will be 5 minutes each – if there is only one this will be 10 minutes
NB: BOTH students must present - if you do not speak on the day for the allocated time you will not be allocated any marks for this assessment – even if you attend class

Marking Criteria for Assessment 4:E-Poster and Presentation
    Student(s) name and number:
    
    Tutorial Group:
    
    Marker’s name and signature:
    
    Date:
    
    CRITERIA
    
    
    Marks
    
    
    Marks
    
Poster Presentation
    Absent/unacceptable
    Emerging
    Progressing
    Partial Mastery
    Mastery
    
    
Overall Appearance
· Poster holds the viewers’ attention and provides overall attractiveness
    
Poster is not visually appealing and does not hold the viewers’ attention
0 MARKS
    Limited visual appeal and overall attractiveness
Emerging ability to capture viewers’ attention
2 MARKS
    Satisfactory visual appeal and overall attractiveness
Progressing ability to capture viewers’ attention
3 MARKS
    Excellent visual appeal and overall attractiveness
Partial mastery in ability to capture viewers’ attention
4 MARKS
    Outstanding visual appeal and overall attractiveness
Mastery in the ability to hold the attention of the viewers’
5 MARKS
    
5
    
· Text, graphics, and pictures are relevant and contribute to the topic and the audience
    
There is no relevance to the research topic demonstrated through the use of text, graphics, and pictures
0 MARKS
    
There is limited relevance to the research topic demonstrated through the use of text, graphics, and pictures
2 MARKS
    There is satisfactory relevance to the research topic demonstrated through the use of text, graphics, and pictures
Contribution to the topic and the audience is progressing
3 MARKS
    There is excellent relevance to the research topic demonstrated through the use of text, graphics, and pictures
Contribution to the topic and the audience is at a partial mastery level
4 MARKS
    There is outstanding relevance to the research topic demonstrated through the use of text, graphics, and pictures
Contribution to the topic and the audience is at a mastery level
5 MARKS
    
5
    
· Content is logically organised/a
anged
    Poorly organised, difficult to follow sequence of information
0 MARKS
    Limited organisation with some lack of clarity in sequence of information
2 MARKS
    Clear organisation, easy to follow sequence of ideas
3 MARKS
    Creative and clear organisation supporting navigation
4 MARKS
    Highly developed, logically organised making it very easy to navigate
5 MARKS
    
5
    · There is an appealing a
angement of text, images and graphics and appropriate use of white space to avoid overcrowding
    
No/inappropriate use of images
Visually unappealing, crowded, text too small, poor use of colou
0 MARKS
    Images used not clearly related to content
Some aspects detract from visual appeal, ineffective font size, and colour.
2 MARKS
    Appropriate use of images
Good visual appeal and appropriate use of white space to avoid overcrowding
3 MARKS
    
Excellent use of images
Very good visual appeal, clear and accessible. Use of white space is good
Partial mastery level
4 MARKS
    
Outstanding use of images, clear text, creative and effective use of formatting, colour and use of white space
Mastery level achieved
5 MARKS
    
5
    Content
· Title is clear and reflects the essence of the research topic
    Title is unclear and does not specifically identify the group to be discussed
0- 2 MARKS
    
N/A
    N/A
    
N/A
    Title is clear, and specifically identifies the group to be discussed
3-5 MARKS
    
5
    · The introduction is clearly stated
    
The introduction is NOT clearly stated AND/OR there is NO introduction
O 1 MARKS
    A limited introduction that provides minimal detail of the poster content to be discussed
2-4 MARKS
    A satisfactory introduction that provides some detail of the poster content to be discussed
5-6 MARKS
3 MARKS
    A good introduction that provides a summary of the poster content to be discussed
7- 8 MARKS
    An excellent introduction that provides a concise summary of the poster content to be discussed
9-10 MARKS
    
10
    
· The background provides a summary that highlights the significance of the topic
    
There is NO background that highlights the significance of the topic
AND/OR no evidence is used in this discussion
0-4 MARKS
    A limited background that provides minimal a summary and is limited in conveying the significance of the topic
Limited use of evidence
5-7 MARKS
    A satisfactory background that provides a satisfactory summary and identifies the significance of the topic
Good use of evidence
8-10 MARKS
    
A good background that provides a concise and well written summary that highlights the significance of the topic
Solid use of evidence
11-13 MARKS
    An excellent background that provides a concise and articulately written summary that highlights the significance of the topic
Excellent use of evidence
14-15 MARKS
    
15
    
· Communication strategies are presented in such a way so they make sense to the audience/viewe
    
NO specific AND/OR appropriate specific communication strategies are discussed AND/OR NO evidence is used in this section
0-8 MARKS
    
A limited discussion of communication strategies – these are not specific AND/OR appropriate
Limited use of evidence
9-11 MARKS
    
A satisfactory discussion of communication strategies – these are specific and appropriate Good use of evidence
12-14 MARKS
    
A good discussion of communication strategies – these are specific and appropriate
Solid use of evidence
15-17 MARKS
    An excellent section - Specific and appropriate communication strategies are listed and discussed in a concise and well written way
Excellent use of evidence
18 – 20 MARKS
    
20
    
· The implications for nursing practice are described
    
There are NO implications for nursing practice presented
0 MARKS
    
There is limited information on the implications for nursing practice
1-4 MARKS
    
The implications for nursing practice are satisfactorily presented
5-6 MARKS
    The implications for nursing practice are presented clearly and are identifiable to the audience/viewe
7-8 MARKS
    The implications for nursing practice are presented clearly and concisely, with easy readability for the audience/viewe
9 – 10 MARKS
    
10
    
· The content is accurate, clear and readable
    
The content is not accurate, is unclear and there is difficultly with readability
0 MARKS
    The content is limited in accuracy, some sections are unclear and readability is not consistent
1-4 MARKS
    
The content is predominantly accurate, clear and readable
5-6 MARKS
    
The content is accurate, clear and readable
7-8 MARKS
    
The content is consistently accurate, clear and readable
9 – 10 MARKS
    
10
    
· The information is cu
ent, relevant and appropriate focus for the intended audience
    
The information is not cu
ent, or relevant and is inappropriate in focus for the intended audience
0 MARKS
    The poster is limited in cu
ent, relevant information and the focus is unclear for the intended audience
1-6 MARKS
    
N/A
    
N/A
    
The information is cu
ent, relevant and appropriate focus for the intended audience
7 – 10 MARKS
    
10
    
    
    
    
    
    Total:
    
100
    
Academic Literacy
    10 marks deducted
Major problems throughout with many spelling mistakes or grammatical e
ors.
and/o
Incoherent sentence structure, little or no paragraph and/or assessment item structure.
More than 10 per cent direct quotes
.
    5 marks deducted
Recu
ing problems with spelling mistakes or grammatical e
ors.
and/o
Recu
ing problems with sentence, paragraph and/or assessment item structure.
    2 marks deducted
Occasional problems with spelling or grammar.
and/o
Occasional poor sentence or paragraph structure.
    0 marks deducted
Mainly e
or free.
    MINUS
    
Academic Integrity
    10 marks deducted
Sources not acknowledged O
UTS HARVARD referencing not used. May incur SACO
Answered Same Day May 15, 2020

Solution

Sundeep answered on May 17 2020
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PowerPoint Presentation
Patient Safety and Communication Strategies
Author’s Names
)
Implications for nursing practise:
The nurses who are deployed to the patient must be skilled and must be calm. The patient is 25 years old and heavily concussed, hence it increases the chances of the patient to be angry and since it is given that the patient is healing out abuses, the doctors and the nurses have to be patient. The communication from the doctors and the nurses must be towards keeping the patient calm and composed which is tough. The sedatives should be applied and given to the patient in order to reduce the anger of the patient and give the medicines to the patient.(Salevaty, J., Khankeh, H.R., Dalvandi, A. and Delshad, V., 2015)
The patient fell too and hence he would be hurt. The pain should be subsided and medices should be given. If the nurses are able to successfully implement the task of healing the patient and treating him in a good manner it would mean that the nurses are efficient and know their work
Background
Fred Dixon is a 25 year old man who has presented to hospital after a fight in which he fell and was
iefly concussed. He is being ve
ally aggressive and threatening to staff.
The situation is critical since the patient just had a fight and also fell down with a deep concussion. (Purpora, C. and Blegen, M.A., 2015)The patient is not stable and requires immediate attention but is also being ve
ally aggressive since the anger in which the fight was going on is still present and most probably the person has lost the fight and has been beaten up in the fight. During a fight all the energy goes into the muscles and the
ain functions are focussed towards attack and self-defence. There is a possibility that the fight the person underwent was a one way fight and now the patient is feeling that he should have been well prepared. During...
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