C155 PATHOPHARMACOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR ADVANCED NURSING PRACTICE Information Session Dr. Gail L. Withers, Course Instructor
Purpose of Session # Your success Provide overview of task directions Provide direction on effective use of the rubric Locate ‘Rubric Explained’ help document Discuss formatting paper
Resources Task Stream Task Directions Rubric Course Tips Welcome Letter FAQs 21 steps to success Includes basic template at the end Rubric Explained And don’t forget….. Your Course Instructor!
Task (WUT2) Overview Investigate pathopharmacological issues related to a specific disease process, analyzing the various impacts the disease process has on the patients, their families, and populations at a local, national, and international level You may choose to investigate traumatic brain injury, depression, obesity, asthma, or heart failure Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) Heart Failure – right, left, or general Other types of heart disease have been accepted (CAD, Cardiomyopathy, Hypertension, etc) Turnitin Originality - no more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source Professional Communications is a required aspect to pass this task. Completion of a spell check and grammar check Articulation – if you’ve ever had a paper returned for articulation, schedule a mtg early with the WGU Writing Center Format with headings and subheadings from task directions or rubric In-text citations and Reference page must be APA formatted Access Writing Center resources for APA help
Rubric Terms From Taskstream substantial - ample; significant; considerable in importance; more than adequate detail - extended information on particular items support - examples based on personal experiences or cited evidence; justification for reasoning and decision making Management means treatment Strategies means way(s) of thinking or doing; interventions
Articulation of Response Adequate Articulation = Characterized by writing or presentation that is organized i nto a clear structure that communicates the central ideas and details of the work. The vocabulary used functions to communicate the intended information. Words chosen are used accurately in the context of the document. Sentences are constructed in such a way that a reader can easily move through the work. Paragraphing effectively differentiates concepts in a way that supports the organization of the work. Paragraphs contribute to the overall comprehensibility of the piece. Readers can detect elements the author has included to address each assessment prompt .
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