Investigate your assigned condition* with the latest guideline or standard, and at least 1 organization or government patient-focused web site, (such as the American Diabetes Association, the American Heart Association, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, etc.) then develop a power point teaching plan for an imaginary patient/family. APA citations (place at bottom of slide) and references should be included, with references on the last power point slide. Don't forget the hanging indents for your references. How to format hanging indents in power point. Power point slides are to be a white background with black type - please do not use any special formating (Pictures are encouraged - use the url as the citation). Be sure to follow the Teaching Plan rubric!
Be sure your teaching plan is written in lay terminology so a patient/family can understand it. A lot of points are allocated to lay terminology so it is recommended that you have non-professionals review your assignment before you submit it. Include:
Causes of the condition
Signs and symptoms
Self-care and prevention
Pictures (cited with the url) are encouraged. Provide key information on the assigned condition but do not overwhelm the patient.
The teaching plan should be a maximum of 8-10 power point slides including a title slide, and references at the end. Citations are to be placed at the bottom of each power point slide (do not cite on lines of information).
Please review the rubric (See Teaching Plan Drop Box) with the assignment to be sure you earn all points.