Synthesize evidence in well-organized paragraphs. Introduction Interprofessional communication with stakeholders will be critical to your success at the practicum site, and identifying these stakeholders can help you understand additional areas for research in support of your project. For this assessment, you will communicate with your practicum site, as well as research stakeholders in the intervention, and synthesize the evidence, relating stakeholders to the problem or practice gap. Demonstration of Proficiency By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria: Competency 1: Address assessment purpose in a well-organized text, incorporating appropriate evidence and tone in grammatically sound sentences. Integrate evidence appropriately into writing. Competency 3: Create a literature review that supports a possible intervention or process change. Synthesize evidence in support of the assessment purpose. Competency 5: Communicate with organizational and community stakeholders in a responsive and responsible manner that supports a team approach to the promotion, delivery, and maintenance of health and the prevention and treatment of disease. Explain how you will tailor your message to stakeholder groups. Preparation Communicate with your practicum site about the stakeholder groups involved in or affected by the intervention you have identified. Conduct additional research as needed to find evidence about the identities and interests of these stakeholder groups. Instructions Note: The assessments in this course must be completed in the order presented; subsequent assessments should be built on both your earlier work and your instructor’s feedback on earlier assessments. If you choose to submit assessments prematurely, without considering and integrating your instructor’s feedback, your assessment may be returned ungraded, resulting in your loss of an assessment attempt. Summarize your intended intervention, and identify the stakeholder groups in the intervention. Base the assessment on discussions with the preceptor and the practicum site, as well as references to resources found through research. In Part 1 of your Project Charter, you will describe the focus of your project. The focus of the project is the implementation of the evidence-based intervention, including how it will be carried out, who will be involved, and when and where it will happen. Refer to the DNP Program Handbook for guidance on appropriate parameters for each element of the project. Your assessment should address the following: Explain how you will tailor your message to stakeholder groups. Communication about the problem and the intervention will require effective interprofessional communication. Explain how you will address different stakeholder groups. Synthesize the information in support of the assessment purpose. Synthesis means that you should connect identified stakeholders to the problem or practice gap in well-organized paragraphs. Integrate evidence appropriately into writing.