Improvement Plan In-Service Presentation


For this assessment, you will develop an 8-14 slide PowerPoint presentation with thorough speaker’s notes designed
for a hypothetical in-service session related to the improvement plan you developed in Assessment 2.
As a practicing professional, you are likely to present educational in-services or training to staff pertaining to quality
improvement (QI) measures of safety improvement interventions. Such in-services and training sessions should be
presented in a creative and innovative manner to hold the audience’s attention and promote knowledge acquisition
and skill application that changes practice for the better. The teaching sessions may include a presentation, audience
participation via simulation or other interactive strategy, audiovisual media, and participant learning evaluation.
The use of in-services and/or training sessions has positive implications for nursing practice by increasing staff
confidence when providing care to specific patient populations. It also allows for a safe and nonthreatening
environment where staff nurses can practice their skills prior to a real patient event. Participation in learning sessions
fosters a team approach, collaboration, patient safety, and greater patient satisfaction rates in the health care
environment (Patel & Wright, 2018).
As you prepare to complete the assessment, consider the impact of in-service training on patient outcomes as well
as practice outcomes for staff nurses. Be sure to support your thoughts on the effectiveness of educating and
training staff to increase the quality of care provided to patients by examining the literature and established best
You are encouraged to explore the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies Review activity before you develop the
Improvement Plan In-Service Presentation. This activity will help you review your understanding of the AONE Nurse
Executive Competencies—especially those related to competencies relevant to developing an effective training
session and presentation. This is for your own practice and self-assessment, and demonstrates your engagement in
the course.

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