Describe your visit/presentation, including any PowerPoint presentation materials that you utilizedduring your policymaker visit. Limit these slides to five slides in this project (of the 15 total slides). This includes any handouts that you left with the policymaker.
2. Discuss the response of the policymaker to your message/ask/recommendation(s).
3. Reflect on the process, follow-up plans, insights gained about the issue and process, and support with evidence.
4. Describe possible future opportunities as a result of this meeting and their importance to nursing.
5. Provide concluding statements summarizingthe content.
6. Develop a 15-slide PowerPoint presentation with speaker notes in APA format, not including title and reference slides.Write speaker notes sufficient enough to enable someone to take over or give the presentation other than you.
Preparing the Presentation
After completing Policymaker Visit Ungraded Worksheet 3, develop an electronic presentation to describe, analyze, and reflect upon your policymaking visit. Include 5 slides from thePowerPoint presentation that you would have used during an actual policymaker visit. Include a minimum of five (5) classic or current references within the past 5 years that specifically support insights gained regarding your policy issue and the policymaking process.
Clearly describes the policymaking visit/presentation (includes no more than 5 slides from actual presentation)
Slides and speaker notes discuss responses of policymaker to your message/ask/recommendation(s).
Reflections on Process
Reflections on process (including supportive evidence), follow-up, and insights gained (issue and process) are clearly described in slide and speaker notes.
Describe possible future opportunities as a result of this meeting/presentation and their importance to nursing.
Concluding statements summarize content.
Slides, speaker notes, and references are completely consistent with APA format.
Slide and speaker notes content are accurate.Presentation slides are professional in appearance and tone.Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are consistent with formal written work. Balance among space, words/graphics, and color is effective.