Theme: Not speaking up when unethical practies become evident 

Organizational Ethics Presentation

1. Theme: Not speaking up when unethical practies become evident 

2. Create a presentation of 10 slides or screens excluding the title and references.
• Your slides/screen should include titles, main ideas, bullet points, and relevant images, charts, graphs, etc.  
3. In your presentation:
• Describe an ethical situation, based on the chosen topic, that can get in the nurse’s way of practicing ethically. Describe the situation clearly and concisely.
• Identify how this situation relates to one provision within the Code of Ethics for Nurses.
• Identify two ethical principles that may arise when facing this situation.
• Discuss how a nurse might lessen the impact of the situation on the nurse’s practice.
• In addition to the course texts, cite and reference a minimum of two (2) additional scholarly sources to support your work.
• Close with a summary of your topic, and APA formatted reference slide(s).

Points Range:92.4 (30.8%) – 105 (35%)
The introduction is attention getting and lays out the topic well. It establishes a strong framework for the rest
of the presentation. The conclusion is comprehensive and compelling. Presentation contains accurate
and complete information. Ideas, facts, and information provided demonstrate a strong, confident,
understanding of the material.
Points Range:92.4 (30.8%) – 105 (35%)
Information is presented in a clear, logical order with an apparent beginning, middle, and end.
The speaker introduces the topic, identifies the topic skillfully.

Slide Presentation
Points Range:52.8 (17.6%) – 60 (20%)
Use of visual aids/ images is appropriate. Slides are easy to read, interesting, and relevant to
the content. All main ideas are presented succinctly. Contains the required number of slides.
Mechanics and APA
Points Range:26.4 (8.8%) – 30 (10%)
The assignment consistently follows current APA format and is free from errors in formatting, citation,
and references. No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and referenced correctly.