Due: Saturday List the various stakeholders in health care Give a brief

Due: Saturday
List the various stakeholders in health care
Give a brief description of where their interests lie. Remember everyone has a different view depending on their interests.
Can you see any conflicts between these stakeholders. Discuss the potential areas of conflict amongst the stakeholders you listed. 
List some strategies that can be used to deal with the conflicts that you discussed in 1c.
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Rubric
Critical Thinking Rubric
Critical Thinking Rubric
Criteria
Ratings
Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTopic Relevance
8 to >7.0 pts
Relevant to assignment criteria
7 to >6.0 pts
Relevant to at least one criteria
6 to >5.0 pts
Somewhat relevant to criteria
5 to >4.0 pts
Little relevance to any criteria
4 to >0 pts
No relevance to criteria
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThesis
8 to >7.0 pts
Evident, rational, and insightful
7 to >6.0 pts
Evident and rational
6 to >5.0 pts
Evident
5 to >4.0 pts
Somewhat evident, but irrational
4 to >0 pts
Not evident
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction
7 to >6.0 pts
Creative, critical thinking evident, and attention grabbing; all required sections included
6 to >5.0 pts
Somewhat creative and demonstrates some critical thinking
5 to >4.0 pts
Standard, safe opening; little original thought or creativity evident
4 to >3.0 pts
Vague, needs work; one of required sections missing
3 to >0 pts
Incoherent capture of paper’s meaning; more than one section missing
7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSupport/References
7 to >6.0 pts
All research used supports thesis
6 to >5.0 pts
Most research supports thesis
5 to >4.0 pts
Some research supports thesis; but there are inconsistencies
4 to >3.0 pts
Little of the research used supports thesis; consistent inconsistencies
3 to >0 pts
None of the research supports thesis; many inconsistencies
7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiscussion/Paragraph Structure
7 to >6.0 pts
Includes introductory paragraph; uses Review of Findings (ROF) to summarize ROL and transition into Interpretation of Findings (IOF) where student relates findings to real world application
6 to >5.0 pts
Introductory paragraph introduces next two sections and uses ROF to summarize ROL; Trouble evident in application within IOF
5 to >4.0 pts
Paragraph to introduce next 2 sections may be too brief or lack adequate explanation. Adequate analysis of ROL, but application of research lacks some evidence of thorough understanding in IOF section.
4 to >3.0 pts
Paragraph introducing next two sections too brief or lacks adequate explanation. Little analysis or critical thinking; ROF does not adequately summarize ROL and ROF lacks substance in application
3 to >0 pts
Paragraph to introduce next two sections too brief or lacks adequate explanation or non-existent, no effort taken to summarize ROL thoroughly, and/or IOF section is lacking any understanding for application of the research
7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion
6 to >5.0 pts
Summarizes entire paper, and highlights main points, integrates all the sections, and suggests areas for further research—leaves reader wanting more
5 to >4.0 pts
Wraps up main points, but does not integrate all sections and/or suggest areas for further research
4 to >3.0 pts
Brief conclusion does not summarize all main points , may not integrate all sections, and/or suggest areas for further research
3 to >2.0 pts
Conclusion is rushed, too brief to summarize needed information and/or does not integrate all sections or suggest areas for further research
2 to >0 pts
Conclusion does not summarize any information from paper, integrate sections, or suggest areas for further research
6 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParagraph Development, Sentence Development, Word Usage, Spelling
6 to >5.0 pts
*Topic sentence evident and supported; transitions used to connect ideas; appropriate length *Sentence structure varied throughout; no incomplete or fragmented sentences *Superior grasp of language and word usage; no slang/cliché; writes in third person *Superior grammar; no errors
5 to >4.0 pts
*Topic sentence evident but may lack support; transitions used, but inconsistently; length appropriate *Some variation of sentence structure; less than 2 incomplete or fragmented sentences *Good grasp of language and word usage; very little slang/cliché; less than three syntax errors *Good grammar; 1-4 errors
4 to >3.0 pts
*Safe paragraph structure; all paragraphs same length; topic sentence usually evident, but support is inconsistent; transitions used sparingly *Consistent safe sentence structure; less than 4 incomplete or fragmented sentences *Language and word usage is appropriate, but not creative and varied; between 3-6 syntax errors *Consistent grammar errors; 5-8 errors
3 to >2.0 pts
*Topic sentence vague and unsubstantiated; transitions not consistent; length is either too long or too short *Simple sentence structure; less than 6 incomplete or fragmented sentences *Reliance on consistency, jargon, slang, and clichés; more than 6 syntax errors *Developing grammar skills; 9- 12 errors
2 to >0 pts
*Paragraph structure not evident; no topic sentence and vague meaning; length consistently is either too long or too short; no transitions used *Simple sentence structure; more than 6 incomplete or fragmented sentences *Word usage and language not appropriate for this level of writing; needs improvement *Inattention to grammar; 13 or more errors
6 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA & Layout, Citation, Reference Page, Title Page & Page Numbers
6 to >5.0 pts
*Double spaced, paragraphs indented; no white spaces; aligned left; font (TNR-12pt) margins (1″) *No more than 5 citation errors *Less than 6 errors in references, all references double spaced, hanging indents set, and all alphabetized *All required info included, running head correct, and manuscript header and page numbers all present and formatted correctly in header right aligned
5 to >4.0 pts
*Less than 2 indent, spacing, or alignment errors *6-10 citation errors *6-10 errors in references, spacing acceptable, indents set, and all alphabetized *1-2 errors in information required, running head, and/or manuscript header and page number formatting
4 to >3.0 pts
*2-4 indent, spacing, or alignment errors *11-15 citation errors *11-15 errors in references, spacing and indents acceptable (but may be errors) and all alphabetized *3-5 errors in information required, running head, and/or manuscript header and page number formatting
3 to >2.0 pts
*4-6 indent, spacing, or alignment errors; incorrect font or incorrect margins *16-20 citation errors *16-20 errors in references, spacing and indents errors prevalent, and some references out of alpha order *6-8 errors in information required, running head, and/or manuscript header and page number formatting
2 to >0 pts
*Inconsistent use of indents, spacing, or alignment; more than 6 errors; incorrect font and incorrect margins *21 or more citation errors *More than 20 errors in references, spacing and indents inconsistent, and sources not in alphabetical order *More than nine (9) errors in information required, running head, and/or manuscript header and page number formatting
6 pts
Total Points: 55