The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate the skills of the professional nurse as a teacher and educator. You are to prepare a guide that will serve as ahandoutto assist a specific patient that you identify. Your guide or handout should help this patientfind and evaluatereliable and accurate information on the Internet (websites)related to his or herdisease process or diagnosis.
Youwilldeveloptheguideusing Microsoft PowerPoint. PowerPoint is a versatile application that lets you design slideshows and handouts. For this assignment, you will be using PowerPoint to create a guide or handoutthat you may print and give to patientsand families. You will be submitting this PowerPoint file to the Dropbox.
This assignment enables the student to meet the following Course Outcome.
CO #8: Discuss the value of best evidence as a driving force to institute change in delivery of nursing care. (PO #8)
This assignment is worth a total of 175 points.
The Patient Guide to the WWWPowerPoint assignment is due at the end of Week 2. Submit your completed assignment to the Patient Guide to the WWW basket in the Dropbox by Sunday;11:59 p.m. mountain time.You may consult the Policies, under the Course Home tab, for details regarding late assignments.Late assignments will result in loss of points. Post questions about this assignment in the weekly Q&A Forum.
A. Use Microsoft PowerPoint to createfour slides, which will be the basis of the guide or handout. You are encouraged to cite your source(s) as it relates to your criteria slide. Other citations are permitted, but this is not a requirement for the assignment.
1) Scenario Slide: This slide should include your name. Next, outline a brief scenario, then identify a patient who is seeking information about a specific disease process or diagnosis. Be sure to include the nurse’s assessment of learning needs and the patient or family member’s readiness to learn. Be specific.
Scenario for Mr. Jones
Jane Doe (your name here)
• Mr. Jones is a 54-year-old male recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
• His wife has accompanied him to the oncologist’s office.
• Both have a high school education.
• Mr. Jones has no interest in his diagnosis; his father died at an early age from pancreatic cancer, and he thinks nothing can be