Public Health Transtheoretical Model Powerpoint Presentation

Public Health Transtheoretical Model Powerpoint Presentation

Question Description

 

Envision a patient/client who needs to change a health behavior, such as sedentary lifestyle, smoking, or excessive alcohol consumption. This patient/client is unaware that a change in behavior is needed.

Create a PowerPoint presentation for this patient that takes them from the pre-contemplation stage all the way to lasting behavior change. In your presentation, explain to your patient/client the different stages of change, how people move through them, and the specific actions needed to move from one step to the next.

Your presentation should be 7-12 slides, not including title and references slides. Please add audio narrative to the presentation and include the script on the Notes section of each slide.

 

M5 Transtheoretical Model Presentation Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExplanation of the stages of change and how to move through them
50.0 to >44.95 ptsA

Student presents a clear and through explanation of the different stages of change in transtheoretical model and how to move through them in the chosen health behavior.

44.95 to >39.95 ptsB

Student presents an explanation of the different stages of change in transtheoretical model and how to move through them in the chosen health behavior. Presentation lacks some depth and detail.

39.95 to >34.95 ptsC

Student briefly explains the different stages of change in transtheoretical model and how to move through them in the chosen health behavior. Presentation lacks depth and detail.

34.95 to >0 ptsF

Student fails to presents and explain the different stages of change in transtheoretical model and/or how to move through them in the chosen health behavior.

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation criteria
15.0 ptsA

Presentation meets the requirements for length, number of slides, and content in the Notes section.

0.0 ptsF

Presentation fails to meet the requirements for length, number of slides, and content in the Notes section.

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAudio narrative
15.0 to >13.48 ptsA

Audio portion of the presentation is clear and professionally presented.

13.48 to >11.98 ptsB

Audio portion of the presentation is generally clear and professionally presented, although it does have a few portions that have minimal issues (e.g., background noise, muffled voice).

11.98 to >10.48 ptsC

Audio portion of the presentation is done well, but the speaker struggles at times and is not professionally presented; there may be some issues with background noise, muffled voice, etc.

10.48 to >0 ptsF

Audio portion is difficult to hear or not professionally presented, with significant issues such as background noise, muffled voice, etc.

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat (spelling, grammar)
20.0 to >17.98 ptsA

Presentation has no errors in spelling or grammar.

17.98 to >15.98 ptsB

Presentation has only a few minimal errors in spelling and/or grammar; these errors do not detract from the presentation.

15.98 to >13.98 ptsC

Presentation has several errors in spelling and/or grammar; these errors detract from the presentation.

13.98 to >0 ptsF

Presentation has extensive errors in spelling and/or grammar; these errors detract from the presentati