Define the Problem
You have been interacting with patients. You see some patterns that you would like to change to improve quality. You are motivated to help.Note: Define the Problem. Find a problem that anticipates the ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns that may arise in a nursing career.Identify the focus of your project and anticipate the ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns that may arise in your career as a nursing leader.Grading Rubric:Define the Problem 20%- Fully identify the problem to be addressed.Problem and Setting 20%- describe the problem to be addressed and the setting in which it occurs.Proposal outline 20% – fully outline the proposal to address the problem.Ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns 20%- fully identify and describe the ethical, legal and regulatory concerns relating to the problem.Problem Choice 20%- Fully related to why the particular program was chosen.For this summative assessment, create a presentation that communicates the focus and scope of your project. You may select from multiple venues to explain the details of your plan. You will demonstrate problem-solving skills as you organize the details of your plan.Begin your plan with the following:Define the problem.Identify the problem to be addressed and the setting in which it occurs.Outline your proposal to address the problem.Identify and discuss ethical, legal, and regulatory concerns relating to the problem.Explain why you chose the problem.Support your plan by gathering as much information about your selected problem as possible. Consider both qualitative and quantitative data, for example:Leader and peer interviewsPatient/customer surveysQuality improvement (QI) reports from the facilityBenchmarking studies/baseline data.If baseline data is available:What are the goals?Are current practices meeting the organizational goals?Are the prescribed practices followed?Format your assignment as one of the following:15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentationThe slides should only contain essential information and as little text as possible. Do not design a slide presentation made up of long bullet points. Use speaker notes to convey the details you would give if you were presenting. Seecreate speaker notesfrom Microsoft® for more help.