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Provide a general overview of leukemia. Discuss its different types (e.g., acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chronic myeloid leukemia), traditional treatments, and the latest medical advancements.

Power Point presentation must: ( 10-12 slides )

Topic:

Hematologic System:

·        Provide a general overview of leukemia. Discuss its different types (e.g., acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chronic myeloid leukemia), traditional treatments, and the latest medical advancements.

Include all necessary physiology and pathophysiology in your explanation.Use detailed explanations with master’s level terminology to teach or explain. Your classmates and professional colleagues are your audience.Use APA format to style your visual aids and cite your sources. Cite at least two references verbally or with on-screen citations. You may cite your e-text as a source.Include a reference list in your visual aid or at the end of your slide set.       

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) A rare cancer that affects fewer than 10,000 people a year, and is most common among children, though adults can develop it, too. ALL begins when too many immature white blood cells, called lymphocytes, form in the bone marrow.

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) One of the most aggressive cancers, AML is most commonly diagnosed among people in their 60s and 70s.

Chronic lymphoblastic leukemia (CLL) One of the most common leukemias among adults, with an 88% 5-year survival rate.

Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) An extremely rare cancer, with only several thousand diagnoses each year, and a 70.6% 5-year survival rate.

APA is a standardized way of formatting your papers and acknowledging original material such as journal information, current news articles, websites, textbooks, etc. It is essential to become familiar with the standards required in APA Style. You are given an APA style guide available to you as an e-text. In addition, WCU offers a wealth of writing resources, including essential information on APA. Please visit the Writing Resources area in Student Resources. Take some time to review APA Style and requirements this week.

Rubric

NURS_530_DE – Video Presentation Rubric (1)

NURS_530_DE – Video Presentation
Rubric (1)

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a
Learning Outcome
Content

25 to >21.75 pts

Meeting Expectations

The introduction gets your attention and lays out
the topic well. It establishes a strong framework for the rest of the
presentation. The conclusion is comprehensive and compelling. Presentation
contains accurate and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information
demonstrate a strong, confident understanding of the material.

21.75 to >18.75 pts

Approaching Expectations

The introduction lays out the topic. It establishes
some framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is clear. Presentation
contains accurate and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information
demonstrate an understanding of the material.

18.75 to >14.75 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

The minimal introduction establishes a vague
framework for the rest of the presentation. The conclusion is abrupt or
unclear. Presentation contains some inaccurate and incomplete information.
Ideas, facts, and information demonstrate little understanding of the
material.

14.75 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Introduction is missing. No framework is
established for the presentation. The conclusion is missing. There may be
multiple instances of inaccurate or incomplete information. No
understanding is demonstrated.

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a
Learning Outcome
Organization

15 to >13.05 pts

Meeting Expectations

Information is presented in a clear, logical order
with an apparent beginning, middle, and end. The speaker introduces the
topic and identifies it skillfully.

13.05 to >11.25 pts

Approaching Expectations

Information is generally presented in a clear,
logical order with an apparent beginning, middle, and end. The speaker
introduces the topic.

11.25 to >8.85 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

Information is presented in a way that shows little
organization or order. The speaker fails to introduce the topic or does so
in a way that is confusing.

8.85 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Information is not presented in a logical, cohesive
order. Topic is unclear.

15 pts

This criterion is linked to a
Learning Outcome
Narration (audio)

15 to >13.05 pts

Meeting Expectations

The speaker speaks clearly and articulately without
a lot of pauses, “ums,” and “ahs.” Information is presented in a confident,
rehearsed manner. The speaker presents with a tone and manner appropriate
for an academic audience. Audio is clear and free from background noise
distractions. The length of presentation is within the assigned time
limits.

13.05 to >11.25 pts

Approaching Expectations

The speaker speaks clearly and articulately for
most of the presentation but may lapse occasionally with several pauses,
“ums,” and “ahs.” Information is presented in a somewhat confident,
casually rehearsed manner. The speaker generally presents with a tone and
manner appropriate for an academic audience. Audio is generally clear and
free from background noise with a few distractions. The length of
presentation is slightly outside the assigned time limits.

11.25 to >8.85 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

There are numerous lapses in audio or multiple
background distractions. Speaker demonstrates little preparation. Tone may
be inappropriate for the audience. The length of presentation is far
outside the assigned time limits. Some audio is missing or difficult to hear.
The length of presentation is well outside the assigned time limits.

8.85 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

It is difficult to follow the speaker due to many
pauses, starts and stops, and other factors suggesting the speaker is not
practiced or rehearsed. Little preparation or understanding of the topic is
demonstrated. There is no audio. The length of presentation is far outside
the assigned time limits.

15 pts

This criterion is linked to a
Learning Outcome
Visual Aid(s)

10 to >8.7 pts

Meeting Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is appropriate.
Materials are easy to read, interesting, and relevant to the content.

8.7 to >7.5 pts

Approaching Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is generally
appropriate. Materials are generally easy to read, somewhat interesting,
and relevant to the content.

7.5 to >5.9 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is not fully
appropriate. Materials are generally not easy to read. May have irrelevant
visual aids or images

5.9 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

Use of visual aids/ images is not appropriate.
Materials are not easy to read.

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a
Learning Outcome
APA and Mechanics

5 to >4.35 pts

Meeting Expectations

The assignment consistently follows current APA
format and is free from errors in formatting, citation, and references. No
grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and
referenced correctly.

4.35 to >3.75 pts

Approaching Expectations

The assignment consistently follows current APA
format with only isolated and inconsistent mistakes and/ or has a few
grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Most sources are cited and
referenced correctly.

3.75 to >2.95 pts

Falling Slightly Below Expectations

The assignment generally follows current APA format
with several mistakes and grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
Most sources are cited and referenced incorrectly.

2.95 to >0 pts

Not Meeting Expectations

The assignment does not follow current APA format
and/ or has many grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Sources are
missing.

5 pts

Total Points: 70

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