Plan effectiveness criteria

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Evaluation of Plan Effectiveness CriteriaIn the evaluation component of the Capstone project, you are expected to discuss how you would evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions.Some questions you should seek answers to are:Would I be able to implement the interventions? If not, what barriers exist?What visible signs of success (for example, reduced health issues) would I look for? What is your projected effectiveness?The evaluation component of the final paper should describe your evaluation of the implementation. Include responses to points 1 and 2 above. The evaluation component of the final Microsoft Word submission document should be a minimum of 2 pages.The complete summary document should use the Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track (MAP-IT) steps used in pulling together your project.Over the past nine weeks, you selected an aggregate and conducted a risk assessment of its health, developed a care plan to address those health risks, and considered the effectiveness of the interventions on the health of the aggregate. It’s time now for you to present your final submission of this Capstone project.Your final submission should include: the documentation of the work accomplished through your Capstone project, a Microsoft Word Document that contains the evaluation and summary, and a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation highlighting the main aspects of the project including the key things learned during the 10 weeks of working with this project.The summary document should use the Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track (MAP-IT) steps used in pulling together your project. The complete documentation of the work accomplished over the course of the project should contain a minimum of 6–7 pages in a Microsoft Word document and should include the following information:A detailed description of the aggregateA description of the aggregate’s strengths and weaknessesA risk assessment of the aggregateDiagnoses based on the risk assessmentA detailed care plan for the aggregateA description of how at least one intervention might be implemented in the aggregate to address an identified issueAn evaluation of the effectiveness of the interventionThe Power Point presentation should be concise and should include the highlights of the Capstone project and the key things learned over the course of this project, from developing, planning interventions, and evaluating the care plan. Your presentation should not exceed 15 slides.Submit your final Microsoft Word document containing the evaluation and complete summary to the W10 Assignment 2 Dropbox by Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Use bold sub-headings in the paper to differentiate between the evaluation and the summary information.Phase 7 and 8: Final SubmissionName your Microsoft Word document SU_NSG4075_W10_A2_LastName_FirstInitial_Phase7and8.docName your PowerPoint presentation 
SU_NSG4075_W10_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.pptSubmit your Microsoft Word document and PowerPoint presentation to the W10 Assignment 2 Dropbox by Tuesday, December 12, 2017.Assignment 2 Grading CriteriaMaximum PointsPresented the evaluation of the implementation plan.20Described plan for implementation of interventions and anticipated signs of success.20Cited at least two journal articles as references for ideas in the work.12Submitted the complete documentation of the Capstone project including a description and analysis of the aggregate and a comprehensive care plan based on the results of the risk assessment.52Presentation highlighted the main aspects of the Capstone project, such as a description of the aggregate, the results of the risk assessment, the major health risks, a summary of the strategies included in the care plan, a description of at least one intervention that might be implemented, and a note about the anticipated effectiveness of the plan.32Presentation included the key learning from the Capstone project.24Written components.40Total:200
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