Conflict Resolution PowerPoint Presentation
The nurse practitioner must assess and implement an action plan for management. The nurse practitioner will discuss how to initiate a plan of action in resolving the clinical issue and present a PowerPoint presentation.
No more than 10 slides should be used with group participants of 5 to 6 students per group.
The nurse has been working in a medical surgical unit for years as a unit ADVANCE NURSE PRACTTIONER for 5 years. She is very smart and savvy when it comes to her job. She constantly gets feedback from the patients as being one of the kindest, most thorough ADVANCE NURSE PRACTIONERs. The physician involved on this case scenario unbelievably thorough and great with patients.
The unit ANP was approached by a physician wondering why the blood pressure medications of a certain patient were being held over the past few days and he was not notified. This ANP, being very diplomatic, offered a response to the physician, “I’m not sure, I didn’t even know that happened, let me look into it for you and get back to you.”
Unrelenting, the physician pressed farther: “There’s no need for you to look into it further, I’ve been sitting her for 20 minutes looking at the blood pressures and medications given–and it makes no sense.” Getting louder with each word.
Knowing she could offer nothing useful in this conversation with it escalating, she simply walked away saying, “I don’t know, I’ve literally taken care of this patient today for the first time.”
The power plan will not have more than 10 slides
(2) case scenario,
(3) identify the specific conflict of your case ,
(4) discuss the individuals involved in the conflict and its resolution,
(5) discuss the plan of action,
(6) results expected with your plan of action referent case conflict,
(7) accountability partner (who will be the responsible to implement the action plan and follow the progress ?),
(8) references in APA format.
The power plan will not have more than 10 slides.
Here I m providing you with some advices to prepare your slides and keep them professionals:
– Use only one message per slide. Each slide should address a single concept. Slides should follow a logical progression, with each building upon the other.
– Use brevity: Your presentation should contain no more than 10 slides. In general, using a few powerful slides is the aim.
– Use contrast: Light on dark background or dark on light, and be consistent. Colors appear lighter when projected so look at on a projection screen ahead of time.
– Use as few numbers as possible.
– If you use statistics, use the same scale for numbers on a slide. Cite your source on the same slide as the statistic, using a smaller size font.
– Maintain professionalism, do not use animations or “cute” templates in your presentation.
– Number each of your slides and give them a title.