View the film prior to class and participate fully in the resulting in‐class discussion.
|NORTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH IN NURSING
|Nursing 5110 Nursing Administration I
|Movie Reflection/Name of Movie:
|DIRECTIONS: Please carefully review the criteria for this assignment which are listed below. The product you submit will be graded in light of those criteria. Don’t forget to attach a copy of this rubric to your assignment as the final page. Also, please do the following: Arrange a time to view the selected movie prior to the September class.Be prepared to discuss the film in light of readings related to leadership, collaboration, communication and decision making.Limit the written assignment to 4 pages, excluding cover page, reference page and rubric.
|1. View the film prior to class and participate fully in the resulting in‐class discussion.
|2. Provide BRIEF overview of the selected movie (limit to a single paragraph)
|Describe the 3 or 4 major characters’ general: communication style methods of communicationbarriers to communicationability to build consensus Describe what you would have done differently? Support your response.
|4. Select the character that best portrayed effective communication and provide rationale as to why you made that selection.
|Describe two of the major character’s responses to:authority figuresfamily memberspeers How could they have responded differently? More effectively?
|6. Discuss common barriers to communication amongst staff and leaders. Whose responsibility to correct issues? Why? Support your stance.
|7. Can the lessons from this film be applied to a healthcare agency? If so, how? If not, why not?
|8. Provided a thoughtful written summary and conclusions based on personal perspective after viewing the film.
|9. Limited paper/project to 4 pages. Presented materials in a logical, organized manner, free of typos and grammatical errors. Used a minimum of three references.
|TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE
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