Health Education Material

For this Assignment:

Review the Resources for this week.
Locate a patient-related document that is given to patients in your practice area or an area with which you are familiar. This document could be admission paperwork, health education materials, or other materials that are provided to a patient to inform them about health care decisions.
Save this original document either as a file or in a portable document format (PDF) file to be submitted with this Assignment.
Assess the selected document using the Checklist for Easy-to-Understand Print Materials in this weeks Resources.
Review the checklist and determine how each area meets or does not meet the guidelines provided.
Evaluate the document in each of the six areas: message content, text appearance, visuals, layout and design, translation, and understandability. For each area, provide a summary of your assessment according to the criteria given.
Include a brief summary (250 to 350 words) of the selected patient materials, how they are used in the facility, why they have been selected, and what improvements were made.
Include a minimum of three resources from the professional nursing literature in the assigned course readings and other references in the Walden Library (Include the Checklist for Easy to Understand Print Materials as a reference). If relevant, you may use one or two professional web sites in addition to the literature references.

Rubic:
Excellent    Proficient    Basic    Needs Improvement
Required Content
Complete Checklist for Easy-to-Understand Print Materials Summarizes evaluation of each of the six areas and suggested at least one revision within the six areas. Addressed information about the reader/audience. Considered the educational level of the material and the intended audience. Evaluated whether the document was easy to understand Message Content (10) Text Appearance (10) Visuals (10) Layout & Design (10) Translation (10) Understandability (10)   
54 (27%) – 60 (30%)
Provided a fully developed description of the patient materials with insightful analysis of concepts and related issues.
48 (24%) – 53 (26.5%)
Provided a developed description of the patient materials with reasonable analysis of concepts and related issues.
42 (21%) – 47 (23.5%)
Provided a minimally-developed description of the patient materials with limited analysis of concepts and related issues.
0 (0%) – 41 (20.5%)
Provided a under-developed description of the patient materials with little or no analysis of concepts and related issues.
Required Content
Summary & Revisions Includes a brief summary (250-350 words) of the selected patient materials, how they were used in the facility, why they were selected, and what improvements were suggested. (30) Attached the form/ educational material that was used. (10)   
36 (18%) – 40 (20%)
Provided a fully developed review of a document with insightful analysis of concepts and related issues.
32 (16%) – 35 (17.5%)
Provided a developed review of a document with reasonable analysis of concepts and related issues.
28 (14%) – 31 (15.5%)
Provided a minimally-developed review of a document with limited analysis of concepts and related issues.
0 (0%) – 27 (13.5%)
Provided a under-developed review of a document with little or no analysis of concepts and related issues.
Academic Writing Expectations (AWE 2) 2000/3000 Level
Displays sentence and paragraph level skills: Constructs simple, complex and compound sentences. Writes without spelling, grammatical or syntax errors. Writes without sentence fragments or run on sentences. Uses punctuation appropriately. Writes appropriate introductions and conclusions. Demonstrates essay level skills: Cohesion and flow by using transition sentences. Precision, clarity and academic tone. Synthesizes resources by using own words. Limits use of quotes appropriately (no more than one short, unique quote). Uses evidence from course learning resources, scholarly resources and seeks additional resources to support content as required in the assignment. Selected at least 3 scholarly resources to support opinions and ideas.   
45 (22.5%) – 50 (25%)
Demonstrates fully developed sentence, paragraph, and essay level skills. Uses evidence from multiple sources to support content. Meets the 3000 AWE level with no writing issues and exceeds the minimum reference requirement.
40 (20%) – 44 (22%)
Demonstrates developed sentence, paragraph, and essay level skills. Uses evidence from most sources to support content. Meets the 3000 AWE level with minimal writing issues and exceeds the minimum reference requirement.
35 (17.5%) – 39 (19.5%)
Demonstrates minimally developed sentence, paragraph, and essay level skills. Uses evidence from some sources to support content. Minimally meets the 3000 AWE level with several writing issues and meets the minimum reference requirement.
0 (0%) – 34 (17%)
Demonstrates limited sentence, paragraph, and essay level skills. Has limited use of evidence with few or no sources to support the content. Does not meet the 3000 AWE level of writing and does not meet the mimium reference requirement.
APA
APA Formatting: cover page, title of paper on second page, level headings, Times New Roman 12 font, 1″ margins, and page numbers. APA References: Uses in-text citations appropriately and format correctly. Paraphrases to avoid plagiarizing the source.   
45 (22.5%) – 50 (25%)
Demonstrates fully developed APA formatting with no errors.
40 (20%) – 44 (22%)
Demonstrates developed APA formatting with minimal formatting errors.
35 (17.5%) – 39 (19.5%)
Demonstrates minimally developed APA formatting with several formatting errors.
0 (0%) – 34 (17%)
Demonstrates limited APA formatting with multiple formatting errors

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