1. Develop and practice an 8-10 minute educational session based on the teaching strategy identified in step 3.  Present the education to the practicum participant in a videotaped session. 
  2. Use the week 7 assignment rubric for grading details.

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Grading Rubric for Week 7 Practicum Assignment: 60 points

Metrics
Poor

(0-2 Points)

Needs Significant
Improvement
(3-5 Points)

Needs Some
Improvement
(6-9 Points)

Excellent
(10 Points)

Develop an education
session connected to

teaching strategy identified
in the week 6 practicum

assignment.

Does not develop an education
session OR session is not
connected to teaching strategy
described in the week 6
practicum assignment.

Education session is limitedly
connected to teaching strategy
described in the week 6
practicum assignment.

Education session is somewhat
connected to teaching strategy
described in the week 6
practicum assignment.

Education session is clearly connected
to teaching strategy described in the
week 6 practicum assignment.

Length of session Session is under 3 minutes long. Session is under 5 minutes
long.

Session is under 7 minutes long. Session is 8-10 minutes long.

Connection to topic of
concern

Education session is not
connected to topic of concern
identified in the week 5
assignment.

Education session is
limitedly connected to
topic of concern
identified in the week 5
assignment.

Education session is
somewhat connected to topic
of concern identified in the
week 5 assignment.

Education session is clearly
connected to topic of concern
identified in the week 5
assignment.

Client participation and
interaction

Client is not visible in the
videotape.

Client is visible, but no
opportunities are given
for the client to actively
participate and interact
with the student during
the education session.

Some opportunities are
given for the client to
actively participate and
interact with the student
during the education session.

Several opportunities are given
for the client to actively
participate and interact with the
student during the education
session.

Create a You Tube video Does not develop a You Tube
video.

Develops a video but
does not provide a link to
view it.

Develops a video and provides
a link but video is difficult to
watch due to lighting or other
concerns.

Develops a video that is easy to
view and a link is provided.

Mechanics and Grammar/
APA formatting

Numerous errors in usage,
capitalization, punctuation and
spelling that interfere with
reading/understanding.

Numerous errors in APA format,
in-text citation(s), and/or
reference page.

Some errors in usage,
capitalization,
punctuation and spelling
that interfere with
reading/understanding.

Some errors in APA format,
in-text citation(s), and/or
reference page.

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NUR 335 Assignment 6.1


Health Education Need Evidence Table

Author/Year/Title/ Journal

Topic of Concern

Population

Teaching Strategy/Methods


Findings

Strengths/ Weaknesses of Strategy

Andrew Smith & Chelsea Harris,2018 Type 1 Diabetes management strategies American Family Practice

Type 1 and 2 diabetes

Asian community aged 40 to 47

Continuous glucose monitoring. Using a CGM) device, one can monitor glucose levels throughout the day and night to gain insight into patterns and trends (Andrew Smith & Chelsea Harris, 2018).

Lo w AIC levels. For most diabetics, the AIC goal is 7% or less. Many factors, including your age and medical conditions, will influence your personal goal. With the help of your doctor, set a personal A1C goal.

This will help to know whether blood glucose is low or high. Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS) sensors are worn separately from the pump and placed under the skin to monitor the interstitial fluid glucose level.

American Diabetes Association. (2016). 1. Strategies for improving care. Diabetes care39(Supplement_1), S6-S12.

Type 1 and 2 diabetes

Asian community aged 40 and 47 years

Healthy dieting and proper counting of carbs. If a patient sticks to a low-carb diet, you’ll feel less hungry, eat less, and lose weight more quickly than if you stick to a more traditional diet.

Keeping the blood glucose under control. Your eyes, kidneys, heart, and blood vessels can all be damaged if your blood pressure is too high (ADA. 2016). A slash separates the two numbers used to represent blood pressure. For instance: 120/70. Both numbers should be below 80.

The major strength understands how to control glucose and how to use insulin pump.

The major weakness is that there is the possibility of a third party changing the insulin pump. This could cause hypoglycemia.

Chatterjee, S., Davies, M. J., Heller, S., Speight, J., Snoek, F. J., & Khunti, K. (2018). Diabetes structured self-management education programmes: a narrative review and current innovations. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology6(2), 130-142.

Type 1 and 2 diabetes

The Asian community aged 40-47

The natural remedies of managing diabetes

Lowering weight, lowering blood glucose and AIC (Chatte



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NUR 335 Practicum Assignment 5.1


Demographics


Initials: ___L.A_____________


Age:___40________________


Sex: ___male________________


Primary Language Spoken: _Chinese______________


Cultural Background:__chinese__________________


______________________________________


General Health

How would you rate your general health?

The patient reports to the clinic for an evaluation, he reports that he believes that he has a fair general health.

Have you had a wellness checkup with a healthcare provider in the past year?

The patient states that for a long time now since the outbreak of the Covid 19, he had not had any meeting with his doctor physically he however states having virtual meetings on several occasions

Have you ever been told by a health care provider that you have a chronic disease such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis or kidney disease?

This patient states that he has a history of hypertension and pre-diabetes. L.A has been having this for the past five years but has been able to manage the conditions well.

In the past month, have you had pain on more than three days that impacted your ability to perform your normal daily activities?

If yes:

· Where was the pain located?

· What have you tried to relieve the pain?

The patient states that he has not had Pain or major changes in his daily activities that might lead to irregularities for the last three days. This is mostly because he has been able to manage these two conditions well.

How would you rate the quality of your sleep?

· How many hours do you regularly sleep in a night?

· Do you ever wake up before you wanted to?

· Do you have problems falling asleep?

L.A states that he has been experiencing sleeping and wake up in the middle of the night. the patient states that he finds himself sleeping at an average of six hours per night and sometimes wake up in the middle of the night and find it difficult getting back to sleep.


Medications

Are you currently taking medicine for any chronic condition?

· Do you know what the medication is used to trea