Create a pamphlet using any type of publisher software you choose to educate clients on a current patient safety issue.

For example:

· How aging adults can care for themselves at home

· Medication–polypharmacy and how a patient cannot make a self-medication error,

· Or other appropriate safety issues.

If you have a question about a specific topic, check with your instructor. It is recommended that you save your pamphlet as a PDF for submission.

Your pamphlet must include the following items:

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2. Information that should be shared with family or caregivers.

3. Local resources in the community that might be available for this type of safety concern.

At least three APA-formatted references published within the last five years. 

Medical Ethics
Accounts of

Ground-Breaking Cases
EIGHTH EDITION

Gregory E. Pence
University of Alabama at Birmingham

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MEDICAL ETHICS: ACCOUNTS OF GROUND-BREAKING CASES, EIGHTH EDITION

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Title: Medical ethics: accounts of ground-breaking cases / Gregory E. Pence,
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Create a pamphlet using any type of publisher software you choose to educate clients on a current patient safety issue.

For example:

· How aging adults can care for themselves at home

· Medication–polypharmacy and how a patient cannot make a self-medication error,

· Or other appropriate safety issues.

If you have a question about a specific topic, check with your instructor. It is recommended that you save your pamphlet as a PDF for submission.

Your pamphlet must include the following items:

1. At least five tips for preventive care for the patient.

2. Information that should be shared with family or caregivers.

3. Local resources in the community that might be available for this type of safety concern.

4. At least three APA-formatted references published within the last five years. 

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Rubric

NURS_440_OL – NURS 440 Week 3 Rubric – Patient Safety Culture Pamphlet

NURS_440_OL – NURS 440 Week 3 Rubric – Patient Safety Culture Pamphlet

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCritical Analysis

40 to >35.6 pts

Meets or Exceeds Expectations

Communicates purpose of project with superior understanding of material, shows insight and engages patients or reader. Style is appropriate for intended audience. Presents an exemplary articulation and insightful analysis of significant concepts and/or theories presented for the chosen topic. Ideas are professionally sound and creative; they are supported by scientific evidence that is credible and timely.

35.6 to >30.0 pts

Mostly Meets Expectations

Presents an accurate understanding of the chosen topic, but might be missing a detail or two or miss the intended audience. Ideas are mostly supported by scientific evidence that is credible and timely.

30 to >23.6 pts

Below Expectations

Provides insufficient explanations of significant concepts for the chosen topic. Ideas are generally unsupported by scientific evidence, but some attempt has been made.

23.6 to >0 pts

Does Not Meet Expectations

Does not, or incorrectly, portrays insufficient explanations for the chosen topic. Information is not scientifically sound.

40 pts