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  •   Create a 12–20-slide PowerPoint presentation for teaching a legal or ethical issue pertinent to nurse educators.
    As nurses we are all, no doubt, very aware of the myriad of legal  and ethical issues in any health care setting. We are familiar with  licensing for health care professionals, perhaps, carry our own  malpractice insurance, and have been cautioned by our employing  institutions to always follow policy and procedures. Nursing education  is no different; there are specific legal and ethical issues that are of  concern to nurse educators.
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    As nurses we are all, no doubt, very aware of the myriad of legal  and ethical issues in any health care setting. We are familiar with  licensing for health care professionals, perhaps carry our own  malpractice insurance, and have been cautioned by our employing  institutions to always follow policy and procedures.
    Nursing education is no different; there are specific legal and  ethical issues that are of concern to nurse educators. Following are  some of the specific areas of which nurses working in education need to  be well aware:
  • Faculty rights and responsibilities.
  • Student rights.
  • Clinical evaluation of students.
  • Academic dishonesty.
  • Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
  • In addition, it is also important to understand the responsibility  of faculty regarding information about students. This is important for  both academic faculty and clinical faculty supervising students in  clinical areas.
    As in clinical practice, documentation of concerns and issues that arise in educational settings can be very important.
  • Toggle Drawer  Questions to Consider
    As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think  about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your  viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and  discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested  friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these  questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need  to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.
  • How does the FERPA impact the work of a professor in a university-based nursing program?
  • How would you handle plagiarism in the nursing classroom?
  • Toggle Drawer  Resources
    Required Resources
    MSN Program Journey
    Please review this guide for your degree program. It can help you  stay on track for your practicum experience, so you may wish to bookmark  it for later reference.
  • MSN Program Journey | Transcript.
  • The following resources are required to complete the assessment.
    Capella Multimedia
  • Nursing Education Legal and Ethical Scenarios | Transcript.
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  •  Assessment Instructions
    In this assessment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation of  12–20 slides that you could use to teach a group about a legal or  ethical issue related to nursing or nursing education. To do so, you  will select a case from the Nursing Education Legal and Ethical  Scenarios media piece, linked in the Resources under the Capella  Multimedia heading to focus on.
  • Review the case and take time to reflect on the change that needs to occur and the group that you will be addressing.
  • Research what the group needs to know to improve the legal or ethical situation that has occurred.
  • Use a minimum of seven references, of which at least five should come from peer-reviewed sources.
  • As you conduct research, synthesize information that will be needed to evoke a change in the situation.‹
    Create a 12–20 slide PowerPoint presentation that you would use to  teach about the legal or ethical situation and to create change related  to that situation.
    Note: You must include 2–4 context slides. These  are additional slides that provide contextual information for this  assessment. Follow the guidelines for the two types of slides below.
    Presentation Slides
    For your 12–20 slide presentation:
  • Choose an appropriate theme and style.
  • Include an introductory slide that identifies the problem and your role.
  • Use slides to convey the important information and understandings to the group.
  • Provide a summary slide that reiterates the important points of the presentation.
  • Provide a slide that offers resources for the group after the teaching/learning experience.
  • Include a slide with any references used in preparing the PowerPoint.
  • Use the speaker’s notes feature to provide any additional  information that you would include in the presentation. This should  include any cultural sensitivity aspects and how the content is expected  to make a change regarding the issue being addressed.
  • Context Slides
    For the 2–4 contextual slides (which are not considered part of the  actual presentation but rather should contain information that you as a  presenter would need to consider in your preparation and presentation):
  • Discuss any specific cultural and/or diversity aspects of the  presentation that could be significant in the learning process. Include  references and sources used to inform this.
  • Analyze how the presentation may result in a significant change in the identified environment. Cite any relevant sources.
  • Develop specific plans for how you might stay informed about the  legal or ethical issue that was your focus. What resources could you use  to learn about changes or developments that would impact your work?
  • Additional Requirements
    Your presentation should meet the following requirements:
  • Presentation: Create a professional-looking PowerPoint presentation, using speaker notes throughout.
  • Written communication: Written communication should be free of grammar and spelling errors that distract from the content.
  • APA format: Use correct APA format for all citations and references.
  • Length: 12–20 slides for teaching presentation plus 2–4 additional contextual slides. Be sure to include the references slide.
  • Teaching About Legal and Ethical Issues
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