Family satisfaction and quality of life.

Assess the contribution of your intervention to patient or family satisfaction and quality of life.
Describe feedback received from the patient, family, or group on your intervention as a solution to the problem.
Explain how your intervention enhances the patient, family, or group experience.
Describe your use of evidence and peer-reviewed literature to plan and implement your capstone project.
Explain how the principles of evidence-based practice informed this aspect of your project.
Assess the degree to which you successfully leveraged health care technology in your capstone project to
improve outcomes or communication with the patient, family, or group.
Identify opportunities to improve health care technology use in future practice.
Explain how health policy influenced the planning and implementation of your capstone project, as well as any
contributions your project made to policy development.
Note specific observations related to the baccalaureate-prepared nurse’s role in policy implementation and
Explain whether capstone project outcomes matched your initial predictions.
Discuss the aspects of the project that met, exceeded, or fell short of your expectations.
Discuss whether your intervention can, or will be, adopted as a best practice.
Describe the generalizability of your intervention outside this particular setting.
Assess your personal and professional growth throughout your capstone project and the RN-to-BSN program.
Address your provision of ethical care and demonstration of professional standards.
Identify specific growth areas of which you are most proud or in which you have taken particular satisfaction.
Communicate professionally in a clear, audible, and well-organized video.
Also it wants me to include details from my meeting experience, which I completely made up about my
grandparents Aida and Victor, who are a part of the Capstone project. The details are :

  1. Meeting date(s).
  2. Length of the meeting(s) (in hours).
  3. Location(s) of the meeting(s).
  4. Describe the problem you were addressing.
  5. Why was this a problem for the patient, family, or group?
  6. What was your intervention?
  7. How will the patient, family, or group apply the intervention?
  8. How often will the intervention be used and under what circumstances?
  9. How easy was it for the patient, family, or group to use the intervention?
  10. Describe any challenges associated with the patient, family, or group’s use of the
  11. Were instructions necessary?
  12. What did the patient, family, or group say about using the intervention?
  13. Was the intervention helpful?
  14. How will the patient, family, or group continue to use the intervention?
  15. Explain how the intervention positively or negatively affected the patient, family, or
    group’s life.
  16. How can the effect be measured

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