Nurse Practitioner in Kentucky Elevator Speech about a health policy issue
After a panel discussion, which you describe a policy/bill you are in favor of, a newspaper reporter asks to talk with you about your bill/policy issue and what is being done and what you think should be done in the 2020 general assembly legislature session. Give a 1-minute oral elevator speech (heart, brain, wallet) in response to the reporter’s question based on the policy/bill you are in favor of. Start by giving your name, the name of the hypothetical coalition you are representing, and summarize the reporter’s question, followed by a 1-minute elevator speech. Remember to use lay language in talking with the reporter.
- Students are to:
- Develop a 60 second Elevator Speech about a health policy issue you feel passionate about that clearly articulates your position and post in the discussion board.
- Submit at least six references that you researched to support your policy. Not all articles need to be peer reviewed, as they may come from a newspaper article. speeches from your classmates.
Elevator speeches will be graded using a 5-item rubric on a varied point scale, from 1-3 points for each of delivery, time, and content of the message on topic, while considering delivery (eye contact, clear verbal skills, effective nonverbal communication, engaging approach, proper use of language), time (within 1 minute), and content of the message (appropriate content, effective appeals to:
- brain (why it is a smart thing to support)
- heart (an emotional reason to support)
- wallet (an estimation of the costs).
Write an elevator speech about:
Kentucky NP Legislation Clears First House Committee
Kentucky House Bill 286 (H.B. 286) was successfully voted out of the Kentucky House Licensing, Occupations & Administrations Committee on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, and has since been referred to the Kentucky House Rules Committee for further legislative action. H.B. 286 would make the process for prescribing scheduled and nonscheduled medications parallel by authorizing eligible APRNs to prescribe controlled substances Schedules II–V without a controlled substance prescribing agreement (CAPA-CS) after four years in collaborative agreement with a physician.