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HSYP806 Systems Science in Healthcare
Assessment Task 3: Health Intervention Evaluation Presentation
Due: 12 noon Thursday 14th November 2019 (Week 14)
Weighting: 40% (30% content and notes; 10% visual design and presentation)
Length: 10 PowerPoint slides, no more than 15 minutes of presentation time
Details
Select one of two health interventions described below and prepare an evaluation plan using the six-step method covered in weeks 7-8 (Evaluation Methods).
Choose one (1) of the two interventions:
1. Family planning intervention. By dialling a toll-free number, callers (women in a community) can
speak to a trained educator to get accurate information about the correct use of family planning methods, how to avoid unwanted pregnancies and the location of the nearest family planning clinic.
2. Telehealth – dermatology advice to community health care workers. Community health care workers use a camera and laptop to capture and send images of patients to dermatology specialists located in the major teaching hospital of the region. The dermatology specialists then provide the health care workers with diagnostic and treatment advice and the location of specialized dermatology clinics and specialist Dermatology physicians in the patient’s region.
Imagine you want to explain to a mixed audience of health professionals, how you would evaluate one of the health interventions above, by using a 15-minute PowerPoint presentation.
The assignment must include:
10 PowerPoint slides with each slide including accompanying text in the notes section of each slide.
· The accompanying text, in the notes section of each slide, should be comprehensive and explain in-depth the information contained on each slide. Full explanations, particularly in relation to the evaluation six (6) steps, are required to elucidate the material on the slide.
· There should be at least one slide for each of the six (6) evaluation steps listed below.
· You need to include an introductory slide where you describe the intervention (in more detail than is listed above), how it works and who it is designed to help.
· One slide will be used to list your references.
Six Evaluation Steps:
Step 1 Identify the change/outcome desired for the intervention and formulate evaluation questions
Step 2 Identify the boundaries and dimensions of your evaluation
Step 3 Select comparison groups
Step 4 Select techniques for measuring the change/outcome desired
Step 5 Plan the organization and conduct of your evaluation
Step 6 Report the results of your evaluation
Referencing
Please refer to the Unit Guide on iLearn particularly in relation to academic integrity and assignment guide. It is essential that any resources, journal articles, reports, books, web pages etc. referred to in your assignment are appropriately referenced using the Vancouver citation style. Software is used to check all assignments for plagiarism.
What you must submit:
You are required to record yourself presenting the slides in PowerPoint and to upload ONE PowerPoint file that contains:
1. The PowerPoint presentation (10 slides maximum) with a voice-over recording (no more than 15 minutes in length)
2. The PowerPoint slides and notes pages accompanying each slide

Instructions on how to record yourself in your PowerPoint presentation are included below
Guide for assessment/marking of assignment 3
There are two (2) marking rubrics for this assignment (page 3).
One guide is for the content of the slides and the notes pages (30%) and one guide is for the visual design of the Power Point slides and the presentation audio voiceover (10%).
Guidelines/tips for PowerPoint slides and notes
Keep it Simple
· Use only one message per slide. If you have more than one message, add a slide.
· Limit the amount of text on each slide - no one wants to read a JAMA article during your presentation.
· Use only elements that add to the content of the message. Use graphics that clearly support your message. Good graphics can significantly add to learning, bad graphics can confuse and distract your audience.
· Maintain a consistent design with regard to colours, font styles, and graphics.
· You might use a formal typeface like Palatino and a symmetrical layout for a serious issue or you could use a casual font like Comic Sans and an asymmetrical layout for a lighter topic.
· Notes pages should provide sufficient detail to describe and explain the information on the accompanying slide. Slide Design
· Each slide should endeavor to address a single concept
· Slides should follow a logical progression, each building on the other
· Preferably use no more than six lines of text on any one slide
· Use upper and lower-case text, NOT all caps
· Choose a colour appropriate to the mood you want to convey
· Avoid using too many colours (maximum of 5)
· Use photographs/images to help the audience relate slide information to real world situations (keep in mind that if you use an outside source it is under copyright and permission to use it must be granted)
Source: Dartmouth College Library ‘Power Point: Guides tips and help’ (Updated 16/6/17) [Internet] [Cited and modified October 2018] Available from: ttps://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/biomed/guides/powerpoint.html
Useful resource on adding notes to PowerPoint (please note that for this assignment these notes need to include detailed information supporting the slides) https://www.duarte.com/presentation-skills-resources/everything-need-know-using-speaker-notes-inpowerpoint/
To record your PowerPoint presentation voiceover, go to “Slide Show” and click the “Record Slide Show” button under. Ensure that you have your speakers and microphone on. Simply go through your slide as if you are presenting to an audience. Make sure your microphone is on. Save your file when you are happy with the presentation and submit it for marking through the AT3 DropBox in iLearn.

Assessment Task 3 marking rubric – Content of PowerPoint Slides (30%)
Outstanding
HD Advanced
D Proficient
C Functional
P Limited
F
= 85% = 75% = 65% = 50% 50%
Criterion 1
Evaluation
Steps
1 & 2
8% The
change outcome(s) desired for the intervention was very clearly outlined The evaluation questions were very clearly related to the
goals of the program. The boundaries and dimensions of the evaluation were very clearly presented The change outcome(s) desired for the intervention was clearly outlined. The evaluation questions were clearly related to the goals of the program. The boundaries and dimensions of the evaluation were clearly presented The change outcome(s) desired for the intervention was mostly clearly outlined. The evaluation questions were mostly clearly related to the goals of the program.
The boundaries and dimensions of the evaluation were mostly clearly presented The change outcome(s) for the intervention was not always presented clearly The evaluation questions were not always clearly related to the goals of the program
The boundaries and dimensions of the evaluation were not always clearly presented The change outcome(s) for the intervention was not clearly outlined
The evaluation questions were not clearly related to the goals of the program
The boundaries and dimensions of the evaluation were not clearly presented
Criterion 2
Eval Steps
3 & 4
8% The descriptions of groups and reasons for selection were presented in a very coherent manner The quantitative and
qualitative measures, how you would collect these data and challenges in collection were very clearly presented The descriptions of the comparison groups and reasons
for selection were presented in a very coherent manner
The quantitative and qualitative measures, how you would collect these data and challenges in collection were clearly presented The descriptions of the comparison groups and reasons
for selection were mostly presented in a very coherent manner
The quantitative and qualitative measures, were mostly clearly presented. The descriptions of the comparison groups and reasons
for selection were not always presented in a coherent manner
The quantitative and
qualitative measures were not always clearly presented The descriptions of the comparison of the comparison groups and reasons for selection were not presented
The quantitative and qualitative measures were not clearly presented.
Criterion 3
Eval Steps
5 & 6
8% The issues which needed to be considered when planning your evaluation (e.g. budget, timelines, stakeholders) and reporting your findings were presented very clearly The issues which needed to be considered when planning your evaluation (e.g. budget, timelines, stakeholders) and reporting your findings were presented clearly The issues which needed to be considered when planning your evaluation (e.g. budget, timelines, stakeholders) and reporting your findings were mostly presented clearly The issues which needed to be considered when planning your evaluation (e.g. budget, timelines, stakeholders) and reporting your findings were not always presented clearly The issues which needed to be considered when planning your evaluation (e.g. budget, timelines, stakeholders) and reporting your findings were not presented clearly
Criterion 4
Referencing
6% Referencing and citation style is correct (Vancouver style) and consistent between the reference list and the text in the slides and notes pages; the reference list is complete and without errors Referencing and citation style is consistent (Vancouver style) between the text in the slides and notes pages and the reference list has only a few minor mistakes Some references were inconsistent between the text in the slides and notes pages and the reference list has some mistakes Many references were inconsistent between the text in the slides and notes pages and the reference list; there are many mistakes in the reference list Most references were inconsistent between the text in the slides and notes pages and the reference list; there are many mistakes in the reference list
You have failed to acknowledge some reference sources

Assessment Task 2 marking rubric – Slide design and presentation (10%)
Outstanding
HD Advanced
D Proficient
C Functional
P Limited
F
= 85% = 75% = 65% = 50% 50%
Criterion 1
Slide design and
use of graphics
5% Outstanding slide design in terms of text and visual layout, amount of text per slide, font size and logical sequence of slides
Outstanding use of graphics and colour Advanced slide design in terms of text and visual layout, amount of text per slide, font size and logical sequence of slides
Advanced use of graphics and colour Proficient slide design in terms of text and visual layout, amount of text per slide, font size and logical sequence of slides
Proficient use of graphics and colour Functional, slide design in terms of text and visual layout, amount of text per slide, font size and logical sequence of slides
Functional, basic use of graphics and colour Limited slide design in terms of text and visual layout, amount of text per slide, font size and logical sequence of slides
Limited use of graphics and colour
Criterion 2
Oral Presentation
5% Outstanding, clear and logical presentation that explains the ideas on the slides; Advanced, clear and logical presentation that explains the ideas on the slides; Proficient presentation that explains the ideas on the slides; Functional, presentation that provides a limited explanation of the ideas on the slides; Limited presentation that did not adequately explain the ideas on the slides