Stakeholder Education Plan Video

 

Purpose:
To implement an evidence-based practice in a healthcare setting, the ability to lead
change and to identify stakeholders.
Please read the assignment in its entirety prior to initiating the activity.
Implementing an evidence-based practice in a healthcare setting requires the ability to lead
change. One of the first steps in planning an evidence-based practice project is to identify
stakeholders who control the resources (administrative, social, clinical, financial, etc.) needed to
implement the change and persuading them of the value of assessing current and proposed
practice.

Assignment:
Step 1: For this assignment, each student will create a 5-10 minute on-air video (no
PowerPoint…just you and a camera) that presents a plan for stakeholder education about the
student’s evidence-based practice project. The verbal presentation should include introducing
self and a brief description of stakeholder groups and each group’s role in the project
implementation; identify educational needs for each group; discuss the theoretical foundation
and conceptual framework underlying a proposed CSP intervention; outline a plan for delivering
the intervention; and cite the references used to develop the presentation.
The description of the educational intervention should indicate what stakeholders will be told
about the value of the project, how they will be kept informed of progress of the project, and how
they can help to facilitate the project.
Step 2: Prepare scripted notes as a reference for your verbal presentation. These notes will
correspond with the outline of the rubric and should be attached/uploaded with your assignment
submission. When recording your verbal presentation, it should be delivered in a manner as if
you were speaking to your project chair and/or program director and detailing them about your
project. Post your video on YouTube and submit the link and your scripted file (a word doc or
pdf). Please ensure that either your presentation is made public or that you provide your email
and a password to use in order to view it.
Step 3: Using your APA formatted template, create a WORD document and label the file Last
Name_First Name_SEP (example: Smith_Mary_SEP). Title your paper/script: Stakeholder
Education Plan.
Step 4: Submit your final document for grading via the assignments tab in Blackboard.
Grading Rubric for Stakeholder Education Plan
Exemplary (4) Proficient
(3)
Developing (2) Emerging
(1)
Points Awarded &
Comments
Introduction
5 points
(20/100)
Clear and
concise
definition of
stakeholder
groups and roles
Adequate
explanation
stakeholder
groups and
roles
Unclear
description of
stakeholder
groups or roles
No description of
stakeholder
groups and roles
Educational
theory and
conceptual
framework
7 points
(28/100)
Insightful
application of
theory and
conceptual
framework to
educational
intervention
Some effort
to connect
theory and
conceptual
framework to
educational
intervention
Limited
connection
between theory
and conceptual
framework to
education
No description of
theory and
conceptual
framework
underlying
education plan
Educational
intervention
7 points
(28/100)
Presentation is
persuasive,
makes a clear
case for the
potential value of
the practice
change and what
stakeholders can
do to facilitate
the project
Presentation
adequately
describes the
potential
value of the
practice
change and
stakeholder
roles
Limited
description of
potential value of
the practice
change and
stakeholder roles
No description of
potential value of
the practice
change and
stakeholder roles
Implementation
plan
3 points
(12/100)
Clearly feasible
plan for
delivering
project
Potentially
feasible plan
for delivering
project
Plan for
delivering project
not feasible
No plan for
delivering project
Verbal and
Visual
Presentation
2 points
(8/100)
Excellent flow
throughout
presentation;
clear and
engaging style
Engaging visual
presentation
including
effective use of
text and
graphics, if used
Presentation
well
organized and
delivered
smoothly
Adequate
visual
presentation
including
effective use
of text and
graphics for
most of
elements of
presentation
Presentation
delivered poorly
with only
occasional
deviation from
reading slides or
script
Minimal
connection to
verbal
presentation
Presentation
slides or script
read verbatim
Content not
connected to
verbal
presentation
References and
format
1 points
(4/100)
No or rare
grammatical or
typographical
errors
Occasional
minor
grammatical
or
typographical
Frequent minor
grammatical or
typographical
errors
Major
grammatical or
typographical
errors
All sources of
information
correctly
documented in
APA format
errors
Most sources
of
information
correctly
documented
in APA
format
Some sources of
information not
documented in
APA format
Sources of
information not
documented

Sample Solution

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