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This childhood diabetes implementation plan is teaching school age children about disease process and how to manage it
Using 800-1,000 words, discuss methods to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution and variables to be assessed when evaluating project outcomes.
Example: If you are proposing a new staffing matrix that is intended to reduce nurse turnover, improve nursing staff satisfaction, and positively impact overall delivery of care, you may decide the following methods and variables are necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution:
1.Survey of staff attitudes and contributors to job satisfaction and dissatisfaction before and after initiating change.
2.Obtain turnover rates before and after initiating change.
3.Compare patient discharge surveys before change and after initiation of change.
1.Staff attitudes and perceptions.
2.Patient attitudes and perceptions.
3.Rate of nursing staff turnover.
Develop the tools necessary to educate project participants and to evaluate project outcomes (surveys, questionnaires, teaching materials, PowerPoint slides, etc.).
Refer to the “Topic 4: Checklist.”
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.
6 NRS 441v.11R.Module 4_Checklist.doc
At the bottom of this email is a copy of Part III spectrum (the Concentration vs Absorbance) graph with the data collected. As you can see, it is a very good correlation (R^2 of 0.97!) that illustrates that the two are very related and form a linear relationship. (For my Wednesday lab… hopefully this allows you a good look at what this graph is supposed to look like!)
Also, here’s a rubric for the Conclusion (12 points total; typed, double-spaced, normal font; needs to be ~ 1 page in length)
2 pts – Provide a short summary of the lab — why did we do it? What were we supposed to achieve?
2 pts- Did you accomplish what was expected? (Were your results expected? If not, what are some potential reasons?)
2 pts- What relationships did you identify? What equations did you use?
2 pts- What are likely sources of errors in this lab?
4 pts- Why is this important? (What are some real-life uses for this data?)