For the last component of the project please prepare a PowerPoint presentation describing the healthcare management problem you worked on in this capstone course.
SLP Assignment Expectations
The slides of the presentation must specifically contain the following:
- Introduction: (background and context of the problem)
- Importance/relevance and extent of the problem
- Stakeholder issues
- Legal, ethical, financial implications.
- Possible solutions and current attempts
- Specific plan and its likelihood of success
Length: This assignment should be at least 10 slides in length.
References: At least 15 references should be included from academic sources (e.g. peer-reviewed journal articles).
Clarity: (e.g. points are concise and understandable)
Spelling: While no points are deducted, assignments are expected to adhere to standards guidelines of spelling.
Your PowerPoint presentation must include an oral narrative. Review the instructions How to Add Audio files in Power Point. It provides guidance so you are sure that the audio file is linked to your slides when you submit your work.
At the bottom of this page, there is a link to an oral communication rubric. This rubric WILL BE USED to assess the quality of your presentation and assign a grade for this assignment. Please review it carefully before you begin this assignment. Your presentation will be graded on the following attributes: organization, content, adaptation to audience, and delivery. The point value for each attribute and what specifically you’ll need to do in order to earn the maximum possible points on this assignment can be found in the oral communication rubric.
The purpose of using this rubric is to assist you in strengthening your presentation/oral communication skills. As you know, this is a skill set that’s essential for establishing a successful career. If you have any questions regarding the expectations as outlined in the rubric, please don’t hesitate to bring them to my attention.”
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