Implementation of the care plan

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Phase 6: Implementation of the Care Plan

You are now in Phase 6 of your Capstone project. You have developed a comprehensive care plan for the aggregate. Over the next two weeks, you will develop an implementation plan for your aggregate.

The first step to effective implementation is planning. As you go about this task, answer the following questions:

  • What small group would you select (for example, three families with young children, a group of five AIDS patients, and so on)? What made you select this particular group?
  • What portion of the plan would you like to implement in the small group?
  • What health risk do you expect to tackle by implementing this intervention?
  • What results do you expect?
  • How do you plan to implement this intervention? Do you have any specific strategy in mind? What resources will you need?
  • How long do you think it will take for the results to be seen?
  • What resources do you need?

By the due date assigned, prepare a 1-2 page Microsoft Word document with your responses to the questions above and submit it to the Submissions Area.
Submit your proposed implementation to the Discussion Area simultaneously and discuss it with your classmates and your instructors—you may receive valuable feedback from them that will help in making your implementation more effective.


Rubric Name: NSG4075 Week 8 Project Rubric

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No group selected.

Selected a group but no rationale provided for the selection.

Selected a small group and provided vague rationale for the selection.

Selected an appropriate, small group and provided rationale for the selection.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No selection of the
plan identified for implementation.

Identified the section
of the plan that will be implemented in the small group. Included no rationale for the selection.

Identified the section
of the plan that is appropriate for implementation in the small group. Included vague rationale for
the selection.

Identified the section
of the plan that is appropriate for implementation in the small group. Included clear and appropriate rationale for the selection.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No description
included.

Unclear description
included.

Clear description
included.

Clear description
included along with appropriate rationale.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No description
included.

Unclear description
included.

Clear description
included.

Clear description
included along with appropriate rationale.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No description
included.

Unclear description
included.

Clear description
included and listed resources needed.

Clear description
included along with specific strategies, and listed resources needed.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No estimate provided.

Provided an estimate
but with no rationale.

Provided an estimate
but with vague rationale.

Provided an estimate
but with clear rationale.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

Did not participate in implementation discussion.

Participated in implementation discussion with very little input.

Participated in implementation discussion.

Participated in the implementation discussion with a clear proposal.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

Introduction is limited
or missing entirely.

The paper lacks a thesis statement.

Transitions are infrequent, illogical, or missing entirely.

Conclusion is limited or missing entirely.

Introduction is
present but incomplete or underdeveloped.

The paper is loosely organized around a thesis that may have to be inferred.

Transitions are sporadic.

Conclusion is present, but incomplete or underdeveloped.

Introduction has a
clear opening, provides background information, and states the topic.

The paper is organized around an arguable, clearly stated thesis statement.

Transitions are appropriate and help the flow of ideas.

Conclusion summarizes main argument and has a clear ending.

Introduction catches
the reader’s attention, provides compelling and appropriate background info, and clearly states the topic.

The paper is well organized around an arguable, focused thesis.

Thoughtful transitions clearly show how ideas relate.

Conclusion leaves the reader with a sense of closure and provides concluding insights.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

Writing contains
numerous errors in spelling, grammar, and/or sentence structure that severely interferes with readability and comprehension.

Errors in spelling and
grammar exist that somewhat interfere with readability and/or comprehension.

Writing follows
conventions of spelling and grammar throughout. Errors are infrequent and do not interfere with readability or comprehension.

The paper is basically
error free in terms of mechanics. Grammar and mechanics help establish a clear idea and aid the reader in following the writer’s logic.

Criteria

Student did not submit assignment.

No attempt at APA
format.

APA format is
attempted to paraphrase, quote,
and cite, but errors
are significant.

Using APA format,
accurately paraphrased, quoted,
and cited in many
spots throughout when appropriate or called for. Errors present are somewhat minor.

Using APA format,
accurately paraphrased, quoted,
and cited throughout
the presentation when appropriate or called for. Only a few minor errors present.

Overall Score

Tutor Answer

CASIMIR
School: UT Austin

Here you go. In case of any further inputs, please let me know.All the best!I appreciate working with you!

Running head: IMPLEMENTATION OF CARE PLAN

Implementation of Care Plan
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IMPLEMENTATION OF CARE PLAN

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Implementation of Care Plan
The selected group
In this project, five children living with HIV/AIDS would be selected for the
implementation of the project. HIV/AIDS is one of the major health challenges that the world is
seeking to address in the contemporary societies. There have been several strategies and efforts
that have been put in place which are aimed at reducing the devastating impacts of this disease.
The primary aim would be improving the nursing the living conditions of the individuals.
Section of the plan t...

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