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1. Identify a research or evidence-based article that focuses comprehensively on a specific intervention or new diagnostic tool for the treatment of diabetes in adults or children.In a paper of 750-1,000 words, summarize the main idea of the research findings for a specific patient population. Research must include clinical findings that are current, thorough, and relevant to diabetes and the nursing practice.Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.2. Based on the summary of research findings identified from the Evidence-Based Project—Paper on Diabetes that describes a new diagnostic tool or intervention for the treatment of diabetes in adults or children, complete the following components of this assignment:Develop a PowerPoint presentation (a title slide, 6-12 slides, and a reference slide; no larger than 2 MB) that includes the following:A brief summary of the research conducted in the Evidence-Based Project – Paper on Diabetes.A descriptive and reflective discussion of how the new tool or intervention may be integrated into practice that is supported by sound research.NOTE: NO PLAGIARISM. It is required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.
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30.0 %Research
or EvidenceBased Article
Identified.
Article Focuses
on a Specific
Diabetic
Intervention or
New Diagnostic
Tool.
Research or
evidence-based
article not
identified.
Research or
evidence-based
article identified
but does not
address a specific
diabetic
intervention or
diagnostic tool.
Research or
evidence-based
article identified
that focuses on a
specific diabetic
intervention or
diagnostic tool in
general.
Research or
evidence-based
article identified
that focuses on a
specific diabetic
intervention and a
diagnostic tool.
Research or
evidence-based
article identified
that focuses on a
specific diabetic
intervention or
diagnostic tool in a
comprehensive
manner, allowing all
criteria of
assignment to be
fully addressed.
50.0 %Summary Content is
Content is
Content is
Content is
Content is
of Article
incomplete or
incomplete or
complete, but
comprehensive and comprehensive.
Includes the
omits most of the omits some
somewhat
accurate, and
Presents ideas and
Following
requirements
requirements
inaccurate and/or definitions are
information beyond
Content:
stated in the
stated in the
irrelevant.
clearly stated.
that presented
Discussion of
assignment
assignment
Demonstrates
Sections form a
through the course,
Research
criteria. Does not criteria.
adequate
cohesive logical
and substantiates
Performed
demonstrate an
Demonstrates
understanding of and justified
their validity through
Clinical
understanding of shallow
the basic
whole. Shows
solid, academic
Findings, and the basic
understanding of principles.
careful planning
research where
Significance to principles. Does
the basic
Reasonable but and attention to
appropriate.
Nursing
not demonstrate principles only a limited inferences details and
Research is
Practice.
critical thinking
surface level of
and conclusions illuminates
thorough, current,
and analysis of the evaluation is
are drawn but
relationships.
and relevant, and
overall program
offered, methods lack
Research is
addresses all of the
subject.
are described but development.
adequate, current, issues stated in
flawed or
Supporting
and relevant, and assignment criteria.
unrealistic and
research is
addresses all of the Final paper exhibits
strategies are
inadequate in
issues stated in the the process of
discussed, but
relevance,
assignment
creative thinking and
incomplete.
quality, and/or criteria.
development of
currentness.
proposal. Applies
framework of
knowledge, practice
and sound research.
Shows careful
planning and
attention to how
disparate elements
fit together.
15.0
%Organization
and
Effectiveness
5.0 %Thesis
Paper lacks any
Thesis and/or
Thesis and/or
Thesis and/or main Thesis and/or main
Development
discernible overall main claim are
main claim are
claim are clear and claim are
and Purpose
purpose or
insufficiently
apparent and
forecast the
comprehensive;
organizing claim. developed and/or appropriate to
development of
contained within the
vague; purpose is purpose.
the paper. It is
thesis is the essence
not clear.
descriptive and
of the paper. Thesis
reflective of the
statement makes the
arguments and
purpose of the paper
appropriate to the clear.
purpose.
5.0 %Paragraph Paragraphs and
Some paragraphs Paragraphs are
A logical
There is a
Development
transitions
and transitions
generally
progression of
sophisticated
and Transitions consistently lack may lack logical competent, but ideas between
construction of
unity and
progression of
ideas may show paragraphs is
paragraphs and
coherence. No
ideas, unity,
some
apparent.
transitions. Ideas
apparent
coherence, and/or inconsistency in Paragraphs exhibit progress and relate
connections
cohesiveness.
organization
a unity, coherence, to each other.
between
Some degree of
and/or in their
and cohesiveness. Paragraph and
paragraphs are
organization is
relationships to Topic sentences
transition
established.
evident.
each other.
and concluding
construction guide
Transitions are
remarks are
the reader.
inappropriate to
appropriate to
Paragraph structure
purpose and scope.
purpose.
is seamless.
Organization is
disjointed.
5.0 %Mechanics Surface errors are Frequent and
Some mechanical Prose is largely
Writer is clearly in
of Writing
pervasive enough repetitive
errors or typos
free of mechanical command of
(includes
that they impede mechanical errors are present, but errors, although a standard, written,
spelling,
communication of distract the
are not overly
few may be
academic English.
punctuation,
meaning.
reader.
distracting to the present. A variety
grammar,
Inappropriate word Inconsistencies in reader. Correct of sentence
language use) choice and/or
language choice sentence
structures and
sentence
(register),
structure and
effective figures of
construction are sentence
audiencespeech are used.
used.
structure, and/or appropriate
word choice are language are
present.
used.
5.0 %Format
3.0 %Language Inappropriate word Some distracting Language is
The writer is
The writer uses a
Use and
choice and lack of inconsistencies in appropriate to
clearly aware of
variety of sentence
Audience
variety in language language choice the targeted
audience, uses a constructions,
Awareness
use are evident.
(register) and/or audience for the variety of
figures of speech,
(includes
Writer appears to word choice are most part.
appropriate
and word choice in
sentence
be unaware of
present. The
vocabulary for the distinctive and
construction, audience. Use of writer exhibits
targeted audience, creative ways that
word choice,
‘primer prose’
some lack of
and uses figures of are appropriate to
etc.)
indicates writer
control in using
speech to
purpose, discipline,
either does not
figures of speech
communicate
and scope.
apply figures of
appropriately.
clearly.
speech or uses
them
inappropriately.
2.0 %Research No reference page Reference page is Reference page is Reference page is In-text citations and
Citations (Inis included. No
present. Citations present. Citations present and fully a reference page are
text citations citations are used. are inconsistently are inconsistently inclusive of all
complete. The
for
used.
used.
cited sources.
documentation of
paraphrasing
Documentation is cited sources is free
and direct
appropriate and
of error.
quotes, and
GCU style is usually
reference page
correct.
listing and
formatting, as
appropriate to
assignment)
100 %Total
Weightage
Rubic for the Power point
Evidence-Based Practice Project—Intervention Presentation on Diabetes
1
Unsatisfactory 071%
0.00%
2
Less than
Satisfactory 72-
3
Satisfactory 7679%
79.00%
4
Good 80-89%
89.00%
5
Excellent 90-100%
100.00%
75%
75.00%
70.0 %Content
10.0 %Summary
of Article
(Includes
Discussion of
Research
Performed and
Clinical
Findings)
Content does not
fulfill any of the
requirements stated
in the assignment
criteria.
Some of the
requirements
stated in the
assignment criteria
are present.
Findings and/ or
methods are
described but
flawed, unrealistic,
irrelevant, and/or
inaccurate.
Content is
Content is
Content is
complete, but
comprehensive comprehensive and
somewhat
and accurate,
presents ideas and
inaccurate and/or and definitions information
irrelevant.
are clearly
beyond those
Research lacks
stated. Research presented through
relevance,
is adequate,
the course.
quality, and/or current, and
Research is
innovation.
relevant, and
thorough, current,
addresses all of and relevant, and
the issues stated addresses all of
in the assignment the issues stated in
criteria.
assignment
criteria.
60.0 %Proposed Neither the
The integration into The integration Statement is
Statement is
Integration of
integration nor the and the impact of and impact of the descriptive and thorough,
the New Tool or impact of the new the new tool or
new tool or
reflective. Shows descriptive,
Intervention Into tool or intervention intervention is
intervention on some planning
reflective, and
Practice, and
is stated.
stated but not
the nursing
and attention to supported with
Explanation of
thoroughly
practice are
how various
practical and
the Impact of
explained.
stated and
components fit sound research.
the New Tool or
Presentation does explained.
together, but
Shows careful
Intervention on
not demonstrate
Presentation
essential
planning and
nursing practice.
critical thinking
satisfactorily
elements are not attention to how
and analysis.
demonstrates
present.
disparate elements
understanding
fit together to
and analysis of
impact the nursing
the basic
profession.
principles.
30.0
%Organization
and
Effectiveness
10.0 %Layout
The layout is
The layout shows The layout uses The layout
The layout is
cluttered, confusing, some structure, but horizontal and
background and visually pleasing
and does not use
appears cluttered vertical white
text complement and contributes to
spacing, headings, and busy or
space
each other and the overall
and subheadings to distracting with
appropriately.
enable the
message with
enhance the
large gaps of white Sometimes the
content to be
appropriate use of
readability. The text space or a
fonts are easy to easily read. The headings,
is extremely difficult distracting
read, but in a few fonts are easy to subheadings, and
to read with long
background.
places the use of read and point
white space. Text
blocks of text, small Overall readability fonts, italics,
size varies
is appropriate in
point size for fonts, is difficult due to bold, long
appropriately for length for the
and inappropriate
lengthy paragraphs, paragraphs,
headings and
target audience
contrasting colors. too many different color, or busy
text.
and to the point.
Poor use of headings, fonts, dark or busy background
The background
subheadings,
background,
detracts and does
and colors enhance
indentations, or bold overuse of bold, or not enhance
the readability of
formatting is
lack of appropriate readability.
the text.
evident.
indentations of
text.
10.0 %Language Inappropriate word Some distracting
Language is
The writer is
The writer uses a
Use and
choice and lack of
inconsistencies in appropriate to
clearly aware of variety of sentence
Audience
variety in language language choice
the targeted
audience, uses a constructions,
Awareness
use are evident.
(register) and/or
audience for the variety of
figures of speech,
(includes
Writer appears to be word choice are
most part.
appropriate
and word choice in
sentence
construction,
word choice,
etc.)
unaware of
present. The writer
audience. Use of
exhibits some lack
?primer prose?
of control in using
indicates writer
figures of speech
either does not apply appropriately.
figures of speech or
uses them
inappropriately.
5.0 %Mechanics Slide errors are
Frequent and
Some mechanical
of Writing
pervasive enough
repetitive
errors or typos
(includes
that they impede
mechanical errors are present, but
spelling,
communication of
distract the reader. are not overly
punctuation,
meaning.
distracting to the
grammar,
reader.
language use)
5.0 %Evaluating Contains no title
Title slide is
Title slide has
and
slide, no references incomplete or
minor errors.
Documenting
section, and no
inaccurate.
References
Sources (in-text correctly cited
References section section includes
citations for
references within
includes sources, sources, but they
paraphrasing
the body of the
but many citation are not
and direct
presentation.
errors. Citations
consistently cited
quotes,
are included within correctly.
references page
the body of the
Citations are
listing and
presentation but
included within
formatting, as
with many errors. the body of the
appropriate to
presentation but
assignment and
with some errors.
style)
100 %Total
Weightage
vocabulary for
the targeted
audience, and
uses figures of
speech to
communicate
clearly.
distinctive and
creative ways that
are appropriate to
purpose,
discipline, and
scope.
Slides are largely
free of
mechanical
errors, although
a few may be
present.
Writer is clearly in
control of
standard, written
academic English.
Title slide is
complete.
References
section includes
correctly cited
sources with
minimal errors.
Correct citations
are included
within the body
of the
presentation.
Title slide is
complete.
References section
includes correctly
cited sources.
Correct citations
are included
within the body of
the presentation.

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