Clinical Standard of Practice Presentation  

Each student will present a Clinical Practice Presentation . The focus of the presentation must 

reflect current treatment recommendations from accepted professional organizations. See syllabus 

Be focus on a power point based in a SOAP clinical/medical  note, with a patient assisted in a family practice ofice. 

Clinical Standard of Practice Presentation  

Students are expected to expand their use of resources for evidence-based  

practice beyond the required text and explore nursing and related literature to  

improve their understanding and application of advanced interventions. Each  

student will present a Clinical Practice Presentation. The focus of the presentation  

must reflect current treatment recommendations from accepted professional  

organizations. Presentations will be evaluated related to the criteria listed.  

Presentations must be no more than eight slides in a PowerPoint format with a  

Reference List in APA format, will be no more than 15 minutes in length. Topics  

will be listed, and students must sign up for presentation by the second week of  

the course. Topics may include pneumonia, COPD, Parkinson’s, pancreatitis,  

cholecystitis, Asthma, joint replacement, psoriasis, and others.  

Criteria Points 

Criteria Points  

1 Presents the case including CC, HPI, Hx, ROS and  PE findings concisely   

2 List possible differential diagnosis with supporting/excluding criteria.  10  

3 What labs or tests are typically ordered concerning this condition? What results should the  Does NP expect to see with this diagnosis?  

4 What medications are typically prescribed for this condition? List specific drugs, starting doses, dose ranges, precautions to keep in mind when prescribing these drugs.  

5 What are the outcomes expected or unexpected for this specific condition? Moreover, What patient outcomes will trigger a referral?   

6 Provide patient teaching materials specific to their condition 

Reference :

You can use MERCK manual  

All references not older than 2015  

American Psychological Association [APA]. (2010). Publication manual of the  

American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC:  

Dunphy, L. M., Winland-Brown, J., Porter, B., & Thomas, D. (2015). Primary care: Art  

and science of advanced practice nursing.  4th ed. FA.Davis. Philadelphia, PA.  

ISBN-13: 978-0803638013  

Fenstermacher, K., & Hudson, B. T. (2019). Practice guidelines for family nurse  

practitioners (5th  ed.). Elsevier. St Louis, Ms. ISBN-10: 0323290809  

Goroll, A. H., & Mulley, A. G. (2014). Primary care medicine: office evaluation and  

management of the adult patient. 7th ed. Wolters Kluwer Health: Philadelphia, PA.  

ISBN-13: 978-1451151497   

Kennedy-Malone, L., Fletcher, K. R. & Martin-Plank, L. (2014). Advanced Practice  

Nursing in the Care of Older Adults. F.A. Davis Company. Philadelphia, PA. ISBN 

13: 978-0803624917  

Rhoads, J., & Jensen, M. M. (Eds.). (2014). Differential Diagnosis for the Advanced  

Practice Nurse. Springer Publishing Company. New York, NY. ISBN-10:  


Other Resources  

1. Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (October 2017). Put prevention into practice. A  

step-by-step guide to delivering clinical preventive services: A systems approach. Available at  

2. Clinical Evidence, BMJ Publishing Group web site. Available at  

3. Cochrane Library evidence-based web site. Available at  

4. Fronske Web Portal Page. Available at There is a  

wealth of access to various sites that can be found here, including evidence-based links and  

patient education links.  

5. University of California, San Diego: A Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine At

6. Journal of Family Practice POEMs web site. Available at  

7. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). Available at  

8. University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. Virtual Hospital. Available at 


9. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Available at  

10. Nurse Org.