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Discuss the roles and responsibilities of a Nursing Information Expert; and Articulate how the professional nurse uses information or data in everyday practice to improve outcomes.

Interview with a Nursing Information Expert:
Guidelines and Grading Rubric
Purpose
The
purpose of this assignment is to

Communicate
your understanding of the importance of quality information in everyday nursing
practice;

Discuss
the roles and responsibilities of a Nursing Information Expert; and

Articulate
how the professional nurse uses information or data in everyday practice to
improve outcomes.
Course
Outcomes
This assignment enables the student to meet the following
course outcomes.

CO #1: Describe
patient-care technologies as appropriate to address the needs of a diverse
patient population. (PO #1)
CO #4: Investigate safeguards and
decision-making support tools embedded in patient care technologies and
information systems to support a safe practice environment for both patients
and healthcare workers. (PO #4)
CO #8: Discuss the value of
best evidence as a driving force to institute change in delivery of nursing
care. (PO #8)
Points
This assignment is worth a total of 250 points.
Due Date
This assignment, Interview
with a Nursing Information Expert, is due at the end of Week 6. Submit your
completed Interview, using the Interview Form, to the basket in the Dropbox by Sunday,
11:59 p.m. mountain time. Post questions to the weekly Q & A Forum.
Contact your instructor if you need additional assistance.See the
Course Policies regarding late assignments. Failure to submit your paper to the
Dropbox on time will result in a deduction of points.
Directions
1.
Download
the NR361 Interview Form from Doc Sharing. It is found under the Week 6 Interview
link.
2.
Select
your interviewee and schedule an interview. This individual must be a
registered nurse. Job titles of RNs who may be considered include but, are not
limited to, Nursing Clinical Information Manager; Super User, Director/Manger
Clinical Education; Chief Information Officer; Quality Assurance or Performance
Improvement Nurse; Nurse Informaticist; Telenursing Specialist; Nurse
Abstractor; Case Manager; Compliance Nurse. If you have any concerns about
whether the RN is suitable for this assignment, contact your instructor BEFORE
you schedule the interview.
3.
Review
all questions (areas of inquiry) on the Interview Form located in Doc Sharing PRIOR
to conducting the interview. You may print the form and take it with you to the
interview.
4.
Note that
there are five (5) Required Questions to ask the RN.
5.
Note
that there are four (4) Optional Questions. You need to select only ONE of them
to ask the RN.
6.
Note that
there are two (2) Follow-Up Questions that must be answered by YOU.
Prior to
conducting your interview, review two scholarly resources. These resources
should guide your understanding of the RNs role and responsibilities or make
you more knowledgeable about GIGO, interprofessional communication, or other
key concepts in the questions that you may not fully understand. For example,
if your interviewee is a Telenurse, you would want to review information on
this specialty. If you do not know what GIGO means, look it up.
7.
Conduct
your interview. The length of your interview will vary but should not exceed
one hour.
8.
Submit
the form to the Dropbox prior to the deadline outlined above.
Grading Criteria

Category

Points

%

Description

Demographics

5

2%

Initials and job title of interviewee & date of
interview provided.

Required
Question #1
(Career
Path)

30

12%

Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.

Required
Question #2
(Value
of Evidence)

30

12%

Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the
interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT
provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.

Required
Question #3
(Support
Tools)

30

12%

Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.

Required
Question #4
(Pt.
Care Technologies)

30

12%

Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the
interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT
provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.

Required
Question #5
(Groups
& Utilization)

30

12%

Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.

Optional
Question

30

12%

Type the optional question that you chose to ask.
Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the interviewees answer. You may
quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT provide a verbatim transcript of
everything that was said.

Follow-Up
Question #1
(Practice
Impact)

30

12%

Summarizes what was learned from interaction
with interviewee answers. Describes how nursing practice will change as a
result of learning about roles and responsibilities of interviewee.

Follow-Up
Question #2
(Resources
Utilized)

30

12%

Names two resources reviewed prior to conducting
interview.
Describes how each resource helped student prepare for
interview.

Scholarly
Writing

5

2%

Name of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form. Punctuation and sentence structure are correct. Evidence
of spell and grammar check.

Total

250 pts.

100%

A
quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

Grading Rubric

Assignment Criteria

A
Outstanding or Highest
Level of Performance

B
Very Good or High Level of
Performance

C
Competent or Satisfactory
Level of Performance

F
Poor or Failing or
Unsatisfactory Level of Performance

Demographics
5 points

Initials, job title, & date of interview are
provided.
5 points

Initials, job title, or date of interview is missing.
4 points

Name
is provided instead of initials. Job title or date of interview is missing.
3 points

Name
is provided but no job title or date of interview.
02 points

Required
Question #1
(Career
Path)
30 points

Clearly describes career path including
education and experiences.
2830 points

Describes career path but, education OR experiences are not
provided.
2527 points

Describes career path but does not include experiences and
educational background.
2324 points

Briefly describes career path.
022 points

Required
Question #2
(Value
of Evidence)
30 points

Clearly states value of best practice as a driving
force.
2830 points

States
value of best practice as a driving force but may have omitted key elements.
2527 points

Briefly
describes value of best practice as a driving force.
2324 points

Does
not discuss value of best evidence.
022 points

Required
Question #3
(Support
Tools)
30 points

Clearly describes safeguards and
decision-making support tools that support safe practices.
2830 points

Describes safeguards and decision-making support tools that
support safe practices but may have omitted key elements.
2527 points

Briefly describes safeguards and decision-making support tools
that support safe practice.
2324 points

Does not describe safeguards and decision-making support tools
that support safe practice.
022 points

Required
Question #4
(Pt.
Care Technologies)
30 points

Names or lists 4 or more technologies that improve
patient care.
2830 points

Names
or lists 3 technologies that improve patient care.
2527 points

Names
or lists 2 technologies that improve patient care.
2324 points

Names
or lists 01 technology(ies) that
improve(s) patient care.
022 points

Required
Question #5
(Groups
& Utilization)
30 points

Names or lists 3 or more groups that rely
on information/data AND describes how information is utilized.
2830 points

Names or lists 12 groups that rely on
information/data AND briefly describes how information is utilized.
2527 points

Names or lists groups but does not describe how information is
utilized.
2324 points

Does not name or list groups and does not describe how
information is utilized.
022 points

Optional
Question
30 points

Clearly indicates WHICH optional question was asked.
Clearly describes answer to optional question.
2830 points

Does
not indicate WHICH optional question was asked. Briefly provides answer to
optional question.
2527 points

Indicates
WHICH question was asked but does not provide answer.
2324 points

Does
not include optional question or answer.
022 points

Follow-Up
Question #1
(Practice
Impact)
30 points

Clearly summarizes what was learned from
interaction with interviewee answers.
Clearly describes how personal nursing practice will change as a
result of learning about roles and responsibilities of interviewee.
2830 points

Briefly summarizes what was learned from interaction with
interviewee answers.
Briefly describes how personal nursing practice will change.
2527 points

Includes summary OR describes how personal nursing practice will
change. Does not include both.
2324 points

Fails to summarize what was learned AND fails to describe how
personal nursing practice will change.
022 points

Follow-Up
Question #2
(Scholarly
Resources Utilized)
30 points

Specifically names two scholarly resources reviewed
PRIOR to interview.
Clearly states how EACH resource helped prepare
for interview.
2830 points

Specifically
names twoscholarly
resources reviewed
PRIOR to interview.
Briefly
states how EACH resource helped prepare for interview.
2527 points

Specifically
names only onescholarlyresource reviewed PRIOR to interview.
Briefly
states how resource helped prepare for interview.
2324 points

Names
scholarly
resources but does not
indicate how resources helped prepare for interview.
OR
Fails
to indicate resources.
022 points

Scholarly
Writing
5 points

Name of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form. Punctuation and sentence structure are correct.
Evidence of spell and grammar check.
5 points

Name of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form.
Minimal punctuation, sentence structure
errors noted.
No indications of grammar or spelling
errors (wavy lines) noted.
4 points

Name of student or date of interview is missing.
Several punctuation, sentence structure errors noted.
Several indications of grammar or spelling errors (wavy lines)
noted.
3 points

Name of student or date of interview is missing.
Multiple punctuation or sentence structure errors noted.
Spellcheck errors not corrected prior to submission of assignment.
02 points

Total Points Possible = _____/250

Interview with a Nursing Information Expert:Guidelines and Grading RubricThe
purpose of this assignment is to
Communicate
your understanding of the importance of quality information in everyday nursing
practice;
Discuss
the roles and responsibilities of a Nursing Information Expert; and
Articulate
how the professional nurse uses information or data in everyday practice to
improve outcomes.This assignment enables the student to meet the following
course outcomes.CO #1: Describe
patient-care technologies as appropriate to address the needs of a diverse
patient population. (PO #1)CO #4: Investigate safeguards and
decision-making support tools embedded in patient care technologies and
information systems to support a safe practice environment for both patients
and healthcare workers. (PO #4)CO #8: Discuss the value of
best evidence as a driving force to institute change in delivery of nursing
care. (PO #8)PointsThis assignment is worth a total of 250 points.Due DateThis assignment, Interview
with a Nursing Information Expert, is due at the end of Week 6. Submit your
completed Interview, using the Interview Form, to the basket in the Dropbox by Sunday,
11:59 p.m. mountain time. Post questions to the weekly Q & A Forum.
Contact your instructor if you need additional assistance.See the
Course Policies regarding late assignments. Failure to submit your paper to the
Dropbox on time will result in a deduction of points.Directions1.
Download
the NR361 Interview Form from Doc Sharing. It is found under the Week 6 Interview
link.2.
Select
your interviewee and schedule an interview. This individual must be a
registered nurse. Job titles of RNs who may be considered include but, are not
limited to, Nursing Clinical Information Manager; Super User, Director/Manger
Clinical Education; Chief Information Officer; Quality Assurance or Performance
Improvement Nurse; Nurse Informaticist; Telenursing Specialist; Nurse
Abstractor; Case Manager; Compliance Nurse. If you have any concerns about
whether the RN is suitable for this assignment, contact your instructor BEFORE
you schedule the interview.3.
Review
all questions (areas of inquiry) on the Interview Form located in Doc Sharing PRIOR
to conducting the interview. You may print the form and take it with you to the
interview.4.
Note that
there are five (5) Required Questions to ask the RN.5.
Note
that there are four (4) Optional Questions. You need to select only ONE of them
to ask the RN.6.
Note that
there are two (2) Follow-Up Questions that must be answered by YOU.Prior to
conducting your interview, review two scholarly resources. These resources
should guide your understanding of the RNs role and responsibilities or make
you more knowledgeable about GIGO, interprofessional communication, or other
key concepts in the questions that you may not fully understand. For example,
if your interviewee is a Telenurse, you would want to review information on
this specialty. If you do not know what GIGO means, look it up.7.
Conduct
your interview. The length of your interview will vary but should not exceed
one hour.8.
Submit
the form to the Dropbox prior to the deadline outlined above.Grading CriteriaCategoryPoints%DescriptionDemographics52%Initials and job title of interviewee & date of
interview provided.Required
Question #1(Career
Path)3012%Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.Required
Question #2(Value
of Evidence)3012%Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the
interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT
provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.Required
Question #3(Support
Tools)3012%Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.Required
Question #4(Pt.
Care Technologies)3012%Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the
interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT
provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.Required
Question #5(Groups
& Utilization)3012%Provide a paraphrased version or summary of
the interviewees answer. You may quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do
NOT provide a verbatim transcript of everything that was said.Optional
Question 3012%Type the optional question that you chose to ask.
Provide a paraphrased version or summary of the interviewees answer. You may
quote the interviewee, but sparingly. Do NOT provide a verbatim transcript of
everything that was said.Follow-Up
Question #1(Practice
Impact)3012%Summarizes what was learned from interaction
with interviewee answers. Describes how nursing practice will change as a
result of learning about roles and responsibilities of interviewee.Follow-Up
Question #2(Resources
Utilized)3012%Names two resources reviewed prior to conducting
interview.Describes how each resource helped student prepare for
interview.Scholarly
Writing52%Name of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form. Punctuation and sentence structure are correct. Evidence
of spell and grammar check.Total250 pts.100%A
quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Grading RubricAssignment CriteriaAOutstanding or Highest
Level of PerformanceBVery Good or High Level of
PerformanceCCompetent or Satisfactory
Level of PerformanceFPoor or Failing or
Unsatisfactory Level of PerformanceDemographics5 pointsInitials, job title, & date of interview are
provided.5 pointsInitials, job title, or date of interview is missing.4 pointsName
is provided instead of initials. Job title or date of interview is missing.3 pointsName
is provided but no job title or date of interview.02 pointsRequired
Question #1(Career
Path)30 pointsClearly describes career path including
education and experiences.2830 pointsDescribes career path but, education OR experiences are not
provided.2527 pointsDescribes career path but does not include experiences and
educational background.2324 pointsBriefly describes career path.022 pointsRequired
Question #2(Value
of Evidence)30 pointsClearly states value of best practice as a driving
force.2830 pointsStates
value of best practice as a driving force but may have omitted key elements.2527 pointsBriefly
describes value of best practice as a driving force.2324 pointsDoes
not discuss value of best evidence.022 pointsRequired
Question #3(Support
Tools)30 pointsClearly describes safeguards and
decision-making support tools that support safe practices.2830 pointsDescribes safeguards and decision-making support tools that
support safe practices but may have omitted key elements.2527 pointsBriefly describes safeguards and decision-making support tools
that support safe practice.2324 pointsDoes not describe safeguards and decision-making support tools
that support safe practice.022 pointsRequired
Question #4(Pt.
Care Technologies)30 pointsNames or lists 4 or more technologies that improve
patient care.2830 pointsNames
or lists 3 technologies that improve patient care.2527 pointsNames
or lists 2 technologies that improve patient care.2324 pointsNames
or lists 01 technology(ies) that
improve(s) patient care.022 pointsRequired
Question #5(Groups
& Utilization)30 pointsNames or lists 3 or more groups that rely
on information/data AND describes how information is utilized.2830 pointsNames or lists 12 groups that rely on
information/data AND briefly describes how information is utilized.2527 pointsNames or lists groups but does not describe how information is
utilized.2324 pointsDoes not name or list groups and does not describe how
information is utilized.022 pointsOptional
Question30 pointsClearly indicates WHICH optional question was asked.
Clearly describes answer to optional question.2830 pointsDoes
not indicate WHICH optional question was asked. Briefly provides answer to
optional question.2527 pointsIndicates
WHICH question was asked but does not provide answer.2324 pointsDoes
not include optional question or answer.022 pointsFollow-Up
Question #1(Practice
Impact)30 pointsClearly summarizes what was learned from
interaction with interviewee answers.
Clearly describes how personal nursing practice will change as a
result of learning about roles and responsibilities of interviewee.2830 pointsBriefly summarizes what was learned from interaction with
interviewee answers.Briefly describes how personal nursing practice will change.2527 pointsIncludes summary OR describes how personal nursing practice will
change. Does not include both.2324 pointsFails to summarize what was learned AND fails to describe how
personal nursing practice will change. 022 pointsFollow-Up
Question #2(Scholarly
Resources Utilized)30 pointsSpecifically names two scholarly resources reviewed
PRIOR to interview.Clearly states how EACH resource helped prepare
for interview.2830 pointsSpecifically
names twoscholarly
resources reviewed
PRIOR to interview.Briefly
states how EACH resource helped prepare for interview.2527 pointsSpecifically
names only onescholarlyresource reviewed PRIOR to interview.Briefly
states how resource helped prepare for interview.2324 pointsNames
scholarly
resources but does not
indicate how resources helped prepare for interview.ORFails
to indicate resources.022 pointsScholarly
Writing5 pointsName of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form. Punctuation and sentence structure are correct.
Evidence of spell and grammar check.5 pointsName of student and date of interview
appears on Interview Form.Minimal punctuation, sentence structure
errors noted.No indications of grammar or spelling
errors (wavy lines) noted.4 pointsName of student or date of interview is missing.Several punctuation, sentence structure errors noted.Several indications of grammar or spelling errors (wavy lines)
noted.3 pointsName of student or date of interview is missing. Multiple punctuation or sentence structure errors noted. Spellcheck errors not corrected prior to submission of assignment.02 pointsTotal Points Possible = _____/250

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