For this assignment, you will be developing and presenting an Educational, Narrative PowerPoint. In the presentation of your chosen topic, be sure to examine the pathophysiological factors that influence the incidence and manifestations of acute, episodic, and chronic diseases in populations across the lifespan (MN551-3).
Narrative, PowerPoint Assignment Requirements
Make sure all of the content topics of the assignment have been addressed.
Cite at least three references in your PowerPoint; this may include peer-reviewed journal articles, textbooks, or evidence-based practice websites to support the content.
All reference sources must be within 5 years.
Do not use sources such as Wikipedia or UpToDate as a reference.
Design and develop a 8- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation using voice/narrative feature on each slide (the title and reference slides do not count in the slide count, but must be included in the assignment), that will be used to educate the community about one of the following topics:
Type II Diabetes
Urinary Tract Infection
Narrative, PowerPoint Contents to include, but not be limited to:
Risk factors and causes
Follow APA 7th edition format for PowerPoint presentations.
Use the slide notes section (speaker notes)in the presentation to include information that follows your narration, being sure to follow the conventions of Standard English.
Slide content should include brief points that identify the areas that will be addressed in the narration.
In-text citations should be included with any brief points that were researched from outside sources, and the narration should fully explain the points.
Reference all sources on a separate reference slide at the end of the presentation and cite each source in the body of the presentation using 7th edition APA format.
Identify the sources of any pictures you use, being sure to cite them correctly in 7th edition APA style, using in-text citations.
Maintain a professional tone by summarizing observations and evaluations for each slide.
Ensure that your presentation is highly ordered, logical, and unified.
Words should be clearly enunciated and professional tone should be sustained throughout the presentation narration.
Audio recording should be free of background noise and interruptions.