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Foothill College Current Issues Trends Presentation

Foothill College Current Issues Trends Presentation

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  1. Choose from one of the following topics:
    1. Nursing during an epidemic, pandemic or natural disaster across the country or around the globe
    2. The effect of the media on nursing image. How can nurses educate the public and help portray the true image of nursing?
    3. The prevalence and impact of substance abuse among nurses (impaired nursing)
    4. Impact of collective bargaining on the nursing profession
    5. Social media influences on health or health care delivery
    6. Impact of workplace harassment and violence on the nursing profession
    7. You may select from ONE of the following technological advances and discuss its impact on patient outcomes:
      1. Telehealth technology
      2. Health applications
      3. Health-related/electronic wearables
  2. You must use the PowerPoint presentation template provided at the top of this assignment.
  3. You are to create bullet points for each slide, not including the title and reference slides. Every slide must have a speaker note with a minimum of 4-5 sentences addressing the bulleted items on the slide.
  4. Include a minimum of 4-5 peer-reviewed research articles as references in the presentation. All research articles need to have been published within 5 years from today’s date. No blog, chat, other university or Wikipedia information allowed in presentation. The PowerPoint presentation must follow current APA style
  5. Your presentation should include the following slides:
    1. Title slide
    2. Why the topic was chosen
    3. How your topic impacts nursing practice
    4. Current relevance of the topic
    5. Clinical Practice Integration
    6. Plan for lobbying: Describe in detail your plan for how you would lobby your legislators or local government for funding and support for your chosen current issue or trend.
    7. Conclusion
    8. Reference slide. POWERPOINT TEMPLATE ATTACHED