Create a 5-10 minute video of yourself, as a presenter, in which you will propos

Create a 5-10 minute video of yourself, as a presenter, in which you will propos

Create a 5-10 minute video of yourself, as a presenter, in which you will propose an evidence-based plan to improve the outcomes the patient in the provided case study, and examine how remote collaboration provided benefits or challenges to designing and delivering the care
As technologies and the health care industry continue to evolve, remote care, diagnosis, and collaboration are becoming increasingly more regular methods by which nurses are expected to work. Learning the ways in which evidence-based models and care can help remote work produce better outcomes will become critical for success. Additionally, understanding how to leverage EBP principles in collaboration will be important in the success of institutions delivering quality, safe, and cost-effective care. It could also lead to better job satisfaction for those engaging in remote collaboration.
For this assessment, you are a presenter! You will create a 5–10-minute video using Kaltura or similar software. In the video:
Propose an evidence-based care plan that you believe will improve the safety and outcomes of the patient in the case study presented in the Assessment 04 Supplement: Remote Collaboration and Evidence-Based Care [PDF] Download Assessment 04 Supplement: Remote Collaboration and Evidence-Based Care [PDF]resource. Add your thoughts on what more could be done for the patient and what more information may have been needed.
Discuss the ways in which an EBP model and relevant evidence helped you to develop and make decisions about the plan you proposed
Wrap up your video by identifying the benefits of the remote collaboration in the scenario, as well as discuss strategies you found in the literature or best practices that could help mitigate or overcome one or more of the collaboration challenges you observed in the scenario.
Be sure you mention any articles, authors, and other relevant sources of evidence that helped inform your video. Discuss why these sources of evidence are credible and relevant. Important: You are required to submit an APA-formatted reference list of the sources you cited specifically in your video or used to inform your presentation. You are required to submit a narrative of all your video content to this assessment and to SafeAssign.
Make sure that your video addresses the following grading criteria:
Propose your own evidence-based care plan to improve the safety and outcomes for a patient in the provided case study.
Explain the ways in which you used an EBP model to help develop your plan of care for the client.
Reflect on which evidence you found in your search that was most relevant and useful when making decisions regarding your care plan.
Identify benefits and strategies to mitigate the challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration to plan care within the context of a remote team.
Communicate in a professional manner that is easily audible and uses proper grammar, including a reference list formatted in current APA style.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:
Competency 2: Analyze the relevance and potential effectiveness of evidence when making a decision.
Reflect on which evidence you collected that was most relevant and useful when making decisions regarding the care plan.
Competency 3: Apply an evidence-based practice model to address a practice issue.
Explain the ways in which you used the specific evidence-based practice model to help develop the care plan identifying what interventions would be necessary. This requires a particular evidence-based model, such as the Johns Hopkins, Iowa, Stetler, or other.
Competency 4: Plan care based on the best available evidence.
Propose your evidence-based care plan to improve the safety and outcomes for the Vila Health patient with a discussion of new content for the care plan.
Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly communication strategies to lead practice changes based on evidence.