18 Mar FILL IN ATTACHED POSTER? The poster must include a synopsis of all of the above work you’ve done, neatly and creatively arranged in the order of the template. If you wer
FILL IN ATTACHED POSTER
The poster must include a synopsis of all of the above work you've done, neatly and creatively arranged in the order of the template. If you were able to instruct, implement, or otherwise present your ideas to the target audience, be sure to have a detailed evaluation. Was the goal achieved? You may submit the poster to your clinical instructor or photograph it and submit the photos to the drop box below.
TOPIC IS DIABETES
RASMUSSEN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING
Provide an overview of your project.
What initiatives or interventions did you implement?
What education did you provide to the patient or staff?
What time frame did you have for implementation?
DO NOT USE A PUBLISHED OR PREVIOUSLY CREATED PROBLEM– THIS SHOULD COME FROM YOUR IMAGINATION BASED UPON THE KNOWLEDGE YOU GAINED DURING YOUR RESEARCH.
List here available resources for your patient, family, or staff.
Consider both national and local (local is very important)
This is where you pose the question or introduce the problem.
Who does it effect? No names; describe the patient population, i.e.: children with asthma, or nurses with fatigue, etc.
Statistics – how often occurs, prognosis, mortality, etc.
Major Goals and objectives you hoped to achieve with this project.
How will you know your project ideas have been effective?
Who reported or will report that data?
When will the evaluation be completed?
Quality Improvement Topic
Names (e.g.: Jen H. Padget, MSN, RN, Preceptor; Jane Doe, Rasmussen Student Nurse) Alphabetize the names and use a semi-colon between each name
Rasmussen University School of Nursing
You can place any pictures or graphs.
- List the members of the team here
- Also be sure to discuss how each member of the team functions in the care of your patient
- APA references here
- List all references used for this project.
- Summarize the articles used for your research.
- What were the conclusions of the research?
You may place a picture or object that helps the reader understand what you are doing.