Chat with us, powered by LiveChat In your first assessment, you assessed risks and areas of need for a potential crisis situation and community you chose to focus on. In this assessment, you’ll develop a disaster - Essayabode

In your first assessment, you assessed risks and areas of need for a potential crisis situation and community you chose to focus on. In this assessment, you'll develop a disaster management plan for actually addressing the risks you identified earlier, and you'll do it in the form of a presentation.

As a master's-prepared nurse, you may well find yourself in situations that call for you to lead by bringing different stakeholders and representatives of agencies together. For this assessment, imagine that you're making a presentation to a group of leaders of local, state, and federal organizations. You've been tasked with giving clarity for the management of a disaster.

As with your previous assessment, you'll need to incorporate research to share the most relevant and applicable knowledge in the field about how to handle the type of situation you've selected. This will also make your plan more compelling. So be sure to spend time researching information about experiences and solutions for the type of disaster you're focusing on. Also, if you haven't already, familiarize yourself with PowerPoint or similar software.

In your first assessment, you assessed risks and areas of need for a potential crisis situation and community you chose to focus on. In this assessment, you'll develop a disaster management plan for actually addressing the risks you identified earlier, and you'll do it in the form of a presentation.

As a master's-prepared nurse, you may well find yourself in situations that call for you to lead by bringing different stakeholders and representatives of agencies together. For this assessment, imagine that you're making a presentation to a group of leaders of local, state, and federal organizations. You've been tasked with giving clarity for the management of a disaster.

As with your previous assessment, you'll need to incorporate research to share the most relevant and applicable knowledge in the field about how to handle the type of situation you've selected. This will also make your plan more compelling. So be sure to spend time researching information about experiences and solutions for the type of disaster you're focusing on. Also, if you haven't already, familiarize yourself with PowerPoint or similar software.

In your presentation:

· Design evidence-based interventions to mitigate population health risks.

· Your disaster management plan should provide the specific steps of your plan to reduce risks of infection during the natural or manmade disaster you chose for your first assessment.

· Draw from current research to provide evidence to support the steps you're planning. By doing that, you'll strengthen your case among your audience for why these are important steps in this situation.

· Demonstrate ethical decision making that includes diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in advanced preparedness to protect populations.

· Just as when you identified risks in your first assessment, it should be clear in your disaster management plan how the recommended steps best address the specific needs of the different affected populations of the location you've selected.

· Lead and collaborate with teams by developing a comprehensive plan that takes into consideration interprofessional roles and responsibilities.

· Your plan should take into account the perspectives of the different interprofessional teams that will need to implement the plan, and it should clearly let those teams know their roles and points of collaboration. It should address the totality of what has to be managed: who should be involved and what steps should they implement? For example, how would you coordinate the implementation of infection control measures, such as proper use of personal protective equipment?

· Evaluate emergency preparedness and readiness of partners to organize during natural and manmade disasters on a systems level.

· As with any plan, provide not only the action steps, but rationales for why these are the best-suited steps for the situation. Your process of evaluation will call out the typical strengths and weaknesses of disaster response plans and partner organizations, and how this plan addresses those. Support your evaluation with research.

· Evaluate and make recommendations for improvements in interprofessional communication of individual information.

· Include a communication plan. How would you recommend communicating with people about infection control to help them make better choices about mitigating their risk related to infection? Your evaluation process will share research and insight about why you prioritized these steps.

· Convey purpose, in an appropriate tone and style, incorporating supporting evidence and adhering to organizational, professional, and scholarly communication standards.

· Is your presentation clear and persuasive for the different people who make up your professional audience, and does it use APA style?

To achieve a successful assessment experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements.

· Tools and technology: You may use PowerPoint or other presentation software of your choice.

· Written communication: Make sure your writing is succinct and clear, and is free of errors that detract from the overall message.

· Speaker notes: Submit your PowerPoint (or similar file) and include your speaker notes in your PowerPoint.

· Design quality: Employ effective design strategies to visually organize the information. Avoid colored slide backgrounds and backgrounds with texture, as they have the effect of reducing viewer comprehension. Use graphics to call attention to, highlight, and clarify information for the viewer. Graphics that do not directly support specific content on your slide are distracting and reduce viewer comprehension.

· Length of presentation: About 15 slides.

· Resources: Include a minimum of three current scholarly sources (peer-reviewed articles, books, websites, and dissertations) to support your case.

· APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Refer to the  Evidence and APA  section of the Writing Center for guidance.