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NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx              Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ CIS‐LS 1 Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines PURPOSE In this Capstone paper, the student will have the opportunity to reflect on the knowledge and experience gained in the baccalaureate nursing program. The student will gather background information on a clinical problem affecting a particular population and will explore the literature in regard to the role nurses play in addressing or relieving the issue.   COURSE OUTCOMES THIS ASSIGNMENT ENABLES THE STUDENT TO MEET THE FOLLOWING COURSE OUTCOMES. CO # 3: Utilize information technology to manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision making with health team members and consumers of care. (PO# 8) CO # 4 Integrate critical thinking, clinical reasoning skills, best current evidence, clinical expertise, and patient/family preferences/valuesin the implementation of the nursing process. (PO# 4) DUE DATE Unless otherwise instructed by the faculty, this assignment is due to be submitted in the course drop box no later the 12 am (midnight) on the Friday of Unit 3. The college’s Late Assignment Policy applies to this activity.   TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE 200 points REQUIREMENTS Ultimately, the student will be required to produce an 8‐10 page evidence‐based paper addressing a significant clinical issue.  This evidence‐based paper is due in two parts.  In Part 1 of the Capstone Evidence‐ based Paper assignment, due in Unit 3, the student will identify and begin exploring a solution to a clinical issue.  This first paper will provide the basis for, and will become part of, the Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 2 due in Unit 6. • When selecting a clinical issue to be addressed in the assignment, the student is expected to draw from one of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN examination blueprint: assurance NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx              Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ CIS‐LS 2 of a safe and effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance of health, the preservation of the patient’s psychosocial and physiological integrity. • Length of paper is 3‐4 pages excluding the title page and the reference page. • The sources cited both in text and on the reference page for this assignment will be formatted according APA 6th edition guidelines.   • Minimum of three (3) peer‐reviewed scholarly sources are required in support of the Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 assignment. (NOTE: An additional three (3) references will be required for a minimum of six (6) peer‐reviewed scholarly sources in support of the final Capstone Evidence‐ based Paper Part 2.) PREPARING THE ASSIGNMENT The assignment will include the following parts:  Title Page: (APA 6th edition formatting)  Introduction‐   Offers a detailed description of the statement of purpose for the paper.  Identifies the clinical issue which is the topic of the Capstone evidence based clinical paper.   i. A clinical issue or problem drawn from one of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN examination blueprint:   1. Assurance of a safe and effective care environment   2. Health promotion and maintenance of health   3. Preservation of the patient population’s psychosocial integrity 4. Preservation of the patient population ’s physiological integrity  Patient Population: Identifies the patient population that is impacted by the clinical issue.  Importance:  Explains the importance of the clinical issue to the health of the patient population as well as identify the potential long‐term negative effect if the clinical issue is not addressed.  Exploration of the literature‐   Background:  Provide summary of background information in describing the clinical issue: i. The effect of the clinical issue on the population of interest. ii. Identifies at least one contributing factor. iii. Identifies potential negative effects of leaving the clinical issue unresolved.    Solution to the clinical problem‐  Propose the best solution for solving the clinical problem that can be carried out by a nurse through the use of appropriate evidence based data: i. Peer‐reviewed journal articles ii. Scholarly sources  Reference Page: (APA 6th edition formatting) NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx              Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ CIS‐LS 3 DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT CRITERIA Assignment Criteria Points % Description Introduction 25 12.5%  Provides a detailed description of the statement of purpose for the paper  Identifies the clinical issue that will be discussed in the Capstone Evidence‐based paper  Defines which one of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐ RN exam blueprint is impacted by the clinical issue   Identification of the Patient Population 20 10%  Identifies the patient population impacted by the clinical issue Importance of Addressing the Clinical Issue 20 10%  Provides a description of the importance of addressing the clinical issue on the selected patient population Background of the Clinical Issue 25 12.5%  Provides a background summary of the clinical issue: o Identifies at least one contributing factor to the clinical issue in the selected patient population   Potential Negative Effect of Not Addressing the Clinical Issue 20 10%  Identifies potential negative effects of leaving the clinical issue unresolved. Among those may be, but not limited to: o The patient population o The health care system o Other negative effects Proposed Solution 20 10%  Proposes the best solution for preventing or helping to resolve the clinical issue that can be carried out by a nurse Role of the Nurse 20 10%  Describes the role the nurse can have in preventing or helping to resolve the clinical issue Evidence‐based   Support for the Solution 30 15%  Provides a minimum of 3 references retrieved from: o Peer‐reviewed scholarly journals o Scholarly sources NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Capstone Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx              Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ CIS‐LS 4 Assignment Criteria Points % Description APA 6th edition Format, Grammar and Punctuation 20 10%  Uses clear and correct grammar.  Uses proper sentence structure and flow.  Adheres to all APA 6th edition formatting guidelines for title page, margins, and in‐ text citations. Total Points =  200 NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ /CIS‐LS 5 GRADING RUBRIC Assignment Criteria Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%) Very Good or High Level of Performance B (84–91%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76–83%) Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) Introduction (25 points) Completely sets the stage for selecting the clinical issue in terms of the impact on the health of a patient population. Offers a detailed description of the statement of purpose for the paper. Defines which of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN exam blueprint is impacted by the clinical issue. (23‐25 points) ( Begins to set the stage for selecting the clinical issue in terms of the impact on the health of a patient population. Identifies most but not all of the details describing the statement of purpose for the paper. Defines which of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN exam blueprint is impacted by the clinical issue. (21‐22 points) Minimally addresses the clinical issue in terms of the impact on the health of a patient population. Describes in general terms the details describing the statement of purpose for the paper. Defines which of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN exam blueprint is impacted by the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Does not address the clinical issue in terms of the impact on the health of a patient population. Fails to define which of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN exam blueprint is impacted by the clinical issue. (0‐18 points) Identification of the Patient Population (20 points) Patient population clearly identified. (19‐20 points) Patient population partially identified. (17‐18 points) Patient population minimally identified. (16 points) Identification of patient population missing completely or lacking in description. (0‐15 points) NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ /CIS‐LS 6 Assignment Criteria Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%) Very Good or High Level of Performance B (84–91%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76–83%) Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) Importance of Addressing the Clinical Issue (20 points) Establishes a clear description of the importance of addressing the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Provides a limited description of the importance of addressing the clinical issue. (17‐18 points) Attempts to provide a description of addressing the importance of the clinical issue. (16 points) Makes reference to addressing the clinical issue but neglects to provide a clear description of the importance or reference to the clinical issue is missing (0‐15 points) Background of the Clinical Issue (25 points) Provides a clear description of the background of the clinical issue. (23‐25 points) Provides a limited description of the background of the clinical issue. (21‐22 points) Attempts to provide a description of the background of the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Little or no reference to the background of the clinical issue. (0‐18 points) Potential Negative Effect of Not Addressing the Clinical Issue (20 points) Provides a clear description of the potential negative effect on the population of interest of not addressing the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Provides a limited description of the potential negative effect on the population of interest of not addressing the clinical issue. (17‐18 points) Attempts to provide a description of the potential negative effect on the population of interest of not addressing the clinical issue. (16 points) Identification of potential negative effect on the population of interest of not addressing the clinical issue missing completely or lacking in description. (0‐15 points) NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ /CIS‐LS 7 Assignment Criteria Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%) Very Good or High Level of Performance B (84–91%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76–83%) Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) Proposed Solution (20 points) Provides a clear description of the proposed solution to the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Provides a limited description of the proposed solution to the clinical issue. (17‐18 points) Attempts to provide a description of the proposed solution to the clinical issue. (16 points) Proposed solution to the clinical issue missing completely or lacking in description. (0‐15 points) Role of the Nurse (20 points) Provides a clear description of the role of the nurse in preventing or assisting in resolving the clinical issue. (19‐20 points) Provides a limited description of the role of the nurse in preventing or assisting in resolving the clinical issue. (17‐18 points) Attempts to provide a description of the role of the nurse in preventing or assisting in resolving the clinical issue. (16 points) Role of the nurse in preventing or assisting in resolving the clinical issue missing completely or lacking in description. (0‐15 points) Evidence‐based Support for the Solution (30 points) Provides three or more references that are peer‐ reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources. (28‐30 points) Provides two references that are peer‐reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources. (26‐27 points) Provides one reference that is a peer‐reviewed scholarly journal or other approved sources. (23‐25 points) Does not provide references that are peer‐reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources. (0‐22 points) NR452 Capstone Course NR452 Evidence‐based Paper Part 1 Guidelines.docx Revised September 2015 SME‐EP/ /CIS‐LS 8 Assignment Criteria Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%) Very Good or High Level of Performance B (84–91%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance C (76–83%) Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance F (0–75%) APA 6th edition Format, Grammar and Punctuation (20 points) APA 6th edition format is used accurately and consistently in the paper, on the title page, in‐ text citations, and/or the Reference page. No errors in grammar or punctuation. (19‐20 points) APA 6th edition formatting is used with1‐2 errors, on the title page, in‐text citations, and/or the Reference page. Less than 2 errors in grammar or punctuation. (17‐18 points) No more than 3‐5 errors in APA 6th edition formatting in the paper, on the title page, in‐ text citations, and the Reference page. No more than 3‐5 errors in grammar or punctuation. (16 points) More than 5 errors in APA 6th edition formatting in the paper, on the title page, in‐text citations, and/or the Reference page. More than 5 errors in grammar or punctuation. (0‐15 points) Total Points Possible = 200 points

 Introduction‐
 Offers a detailed description of the statement of purpose for the paper.
 Identifies the clinical issue which is the topic of the Capstone evidence based clinical paper.
i. A clinical issue or problem drawn from one of the four main categories of the NCLEX‐RN examination blueprint:
1. Assurance of a safe and effective care environment
2. Health promotion and maintenance of health
3. Preservation of the patient population’s psychosocial integrity
4. Preservation of the patient population ’s physiological integrity
 Patient Population: Identifies the patient population that is impacted by the clinical issue.
 Importance: Explains the importance of the clinical issue to the health of the patient population as well as identify the potential long‐term negative effect if the clinical issue is not addressed.
 Exploration of the literature‐
 Background: Provide summary of background information in describing the clinical issue:
i. The effect of the clinical issue on the population of interest.
ii. Identifies at least one contributing factor.
iii. Identifies potential negative effects of leaving the clinical issue unresolved.
 Solution to the clinical problem‐ Propose the best solution for solving the clinical problem that
can be carried out by a nurse through the use of appropriate evidence based data: i. Peer‐reviewed journal articles
ii. Scholarly sources
 Reference Page: (APA 6th edition formatting)

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