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iRubric: Grand Rounds Presentation rubric

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Grand Rounds Presentation

  Derived from rubric: Evidence Based Presentation
built by kezialilly

Rubric Code: P46C28
In clinical groups, students will present a complete overview of the assigned chronic disease. You are assigned to present a client from one of the four clinical areas for your Grand Rounds Presentation. This is a client that you may select independently while on a clinical rotation. You will need to have two forms of media in your presentation. These can be powerpoint presentations, models of anatomy, brochures that you design, or posters that you made. The Nursing Resource Center may also prove helpful in providing equipment for your presentation. If you choose to use powerpoint, it is essential that you test your program on a college classroom computer system prior to the day of presentation to ensure that it works as you have designed. All presentations will include a question and answer portion which involves your fellow classmates.
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Keywords: nursing, grand rounds, evidence based, clinical, case study
Categories: Subjects: Health   Medical  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Grand Rounds Presentation
  Poor
0 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
4 pts
Excellent
6 pts
Overall Organization & Delivery
5 pts
Poor

Students presentation is unclear and unorganized. No teaching/learning form of media presented .
Fair

Students presentation is fairly organized. Information presented was clear.
One (1) teaching/learning form of media presented.
Good

Students presentation is clear and understandable, interesting, and extremely organized.
Two (2) teaching/learning forms of media.
Excellent

Students presentation is excellent, is extremely organized, interesting, creative, and easy to follow. Demonstrates originality. Uses more than two (2) teaching/learning forms of media.
Clarity
5 pts
Poor

The oral presentation was inarticulate and difficult to follow. Poor delivery and timing of information. Did not seem to know the material. Poor discussion of questions.
Fair

The oral presentation was choppy, difficult to follow. Presenter did not have a grasp on the information. Frequent pauses for him or her to find their place. Too much reading. Needs more interaction and discussion of questions.
Good

The oral presentation was mostly smooth and seamless, few verbal pauses. The presenter appeared calm, had a general grasp of information.
Proficient delivery and timing of information. Proficient discussion initiated/ maintained
Excellent

The oral presentation was smooth and seamless. The presenter appeared calm and in command of the information. Exceptional delivery. Exceptional discussion intiated and maintained to facilitate learning
Knowledge Base
8 pts
Poor

The presenter failed to interrelates the patho, diagnostic techniques, treatment and nursing interventions. Presentation of material was unclear and not related to the topic at hand.
Fair

Presentation reflects some understanding of interrelation to the patho, diagnostic techniques, treatment and nursing interventions but no real understanding of its application to current nursing practice.
Good

Presentation demonstrates the application to current nursing practice in a clear and concise manner, including the patho, diagnostic techniques, treatment, and nursing intervention.
Excellent

Presentation demonstrates the application of the topic to current nursing practice in a clear and concise manner. Shows clear understanding of the relationship between evidence based nursing article and practice.
Participation
3 pts
Poor

Participates relevantly in less than 40% of all presentations
Fair

Participates relevantly in 40-69%of all presentations
Good

Participates relevantly in 70--89% of all presentations
Excellent

Participates relevantly in discussion of 90 - 100% of all presentations
Professional Speaking Atributes
3 pts
Poor

Student had no or minimal eye contact. Students' voice was inaudible, they mumbled, or were otherwise not understood.
• Heavy reliance on notes during presentation.
Fair

Students occasionally used eye contact. Students' voices were difficult to hear, used "ums" or other fillers
• Needs less reliance on notes.
Good

Student maintained eye contact most of the time. Showed enthusiasm most of the time. Voice was clear and understandable, minimal fillers used.
• Some reliance on notes.
Excellent

Student excellent eye contact, showed enthusiasm through entire presentation, and was easily understood. Spoke about subject with authority and ease.
Time
3 pts
Poor

Presentation lasts less 6 minutes or needs to be stopped by the instructor due to excessive time
Fair

Lasts less than 8 or more than 17minutes which includes discussion and question period
Good

Lasts less than 10 or more than 15 minutes which includes discussion and question period
Excellent

Lasts 10-15 minutes with time devoted to questions and discussion and lead discussion.
Peer Review
3 pts
Poor

Class rating is poor.
Fair

Class rating is fair.
Good

Class rating is good.
Excellent

Class rating is excellent.



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