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NUR2833C QSEN Individual Paper and Presentation Project (10% of Final Grade)

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The Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) project began in 2005. Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the overall goal of the

QSEN

initiative is to address the challenge of preparing future nurses with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of the healthcare systems in which they work.

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Assignment:

You will write an individual paper and give a 10-15-minute oral presentation corresponding with your assigned pre-licensure knowledge target (content-subject area) for students enrolled in a beginning level nursing program.

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You will write a 4-page paper identifying and elaborating on the context key points pertaining to your assigned knowledge target, not including the title page and reference page. You get to the content-subject area that you want to focus on; your key points should correspond with your assigned pre-licensure knowledge target. Review the attached rubrics. The paper will be in APA 7

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edition format, and you must also include at least 3 supporting references (

See Rubrics)

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Criteria for Format and Special Instructions

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The paper (

excluding the title and reference pages

) should be at least 4 pages. Points will be lost for not meeting the length requirement.

Font and sizes acceptable

: 12-point Times New Roman or 11-point Arial.

Introduction (write an introduction, but do not use “introduction” as a heading in accordance with APA format)

A minimum of 3 scholarly references must be used. Scholarly references need to be current, 5–8 years or less (anonymous authors or web pages are not acceptable).

Title page, body of paper, and reference page must follow APA guidelines as found in the 7th edition of the manual. This includes the use of headings for each section or topic of the paper.

Ideas and information that come from readings must be cited and referenced correctly.

The paper will be scored using the Paper and Oral Presentation Grading Rubric.

This paper is due on 4/13/2021 @ 0900. Submit your paper in the dropdown box located in week 14 on Blackboard. ANY LATE PAPERS WILL RECEIVE A ZERO FOR A GRADE.

Paper must be submitted through SafeAssign for plagiarism.

Oral presentation of your paper should be no more than 15 minutes.

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Paper and Oral Presentation Grading Rubric (100 points possible)

Criteria

Unacceptable

5-point/section

Acceptable

10-point/section

Minimally meets Criteria 10 pts

Does not meet Criteria 5 pts

Purpose

The purpose and introduction is generally unclear.

The central purpose and introduction is not consistently clear throughout the paper.

The writing has a clear purpose or argument but may sometimes digress from it.

The writer’s central purpose or argument is readily apparent to the reader.

Content

Central purpose or argument is not clearly identified. Analysis is vague or not evident.

Information supports a central purpose or argument. Analysis is basic or general.

Information provides reasonable support for a central purpose or argument and displays evidence of a basis analysis of a significant topic.

Balanced presentation of relevant and legitimate information that clearly support a central purpose or argument and shows a thoughtful in-depth analysis of the case.

Writer’s position

The writing is not logically organized. Frequently, ideas fail to make sense together. The reader cannot identify a line of reasoning and losses interest.

In general, the writing is arranged logically, although ideas fail to make sense together. The reader is fairly clear about what the writer intends.

Ideas are arranged logically to support the central purpose or argument. They are usually clearly linked to each other. For the most part, the reader can follow the line of reasoning.

Ideas are arranged logically to support the central purpose or argument. They flow smoothly from one to another and are clearly linked to each other. The reader can follow the line of reasoning.

Structure

Errors in sentence structure are frequent enough to be a major distraction to the reader. There are so many errors that meaning is obscured.

Some sentences are awkwardly constructed so that the reader is occasionally distracted. The writing has many errors, and the reader is distracted by them.

Sentences are well phrased, and there is some variety in length and structure. The flow from sentence to sentence is generally smooth. There are occasional errors, but they do not represent a major distraction or obscure meaning.

Sentences are well phrased and varied in length and structure. They flow from one to another. The writing is free or almost free of errors.

References and presentation

References are seldom cited to support statements. No sources are professionally reliable. Format is not recognized as APA 7

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edition.

Oral presentation does not flow and exceeds timeframe.

Less than 3 professionally reliable sources are given to support claims. Attributions are occasionally given, yet many statements seem unsubstantiated. Most of references are questionable, such as internet sources or popular magazines. There are frequent errors in APA 7

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edition.

Oral presentation does not flow and exceeds timeframe.

Compelling evidence from 3 professionally reliable sources are given to support claims. Attributions is, for the most part clear and fairly represented. APA 7

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edition format is used with minor errors.

Oral presentation flow and within timeframe.

Compelling evidence from 3 professionally reliable sources are given to support claims. Attributions is clear and fairly represented. APA 7

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edition format is used accurately and consistently throughout the paper.

Oral presentation flow and within timeframe.

Total Section Points

Final Score

  
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