**NO voice over needed** **need speaker notes** Select a community organization or group that you feel would be interested in learning about ethical and policy issues that affect the coordination of care. Then, develop and record a 10-12-slide, 20-minute presentation, with audio, intended for that audience. Create a detailed narrative script or speakers notes for your presentation, 4-5 pages in length. Your nurse manager at the community care center is well connected and frequently speaks to a variety of community organizations and groups. She has noticed the good work you are doing in your new care coordination role and respects your speaking and presentation skills. Consequently, she thought that an opportunity to speak publicly about contemporary issues in care coordination would be beneficial for your career and has suggested reaching out to a community organization or support group to gauge their interest in hearing from you, as a care center representative, on a topic of interest to both you and your prospective audience. You have agreed that this is a good idea and have decided to research a community organization or support group that might be interested in learning about ethical and policy issues related to the coordination of care. Your manager has suggested the following community organizations and support groups, but acknowledges that the choice is yours. Homeless shelters. Local religious groups. Nursing homes. Local community organizations (Rotary Club or Kiwanis Club). For this assessment: Choose the community organization or support group that you plan to address. Develop a PowerPoint with typed speaker notes (the script for your voice recording) and audio voice-over recording, intended for that audience. Video is not required. Note: PowerPoint has a feature to type the speaker notes directly into the presentation. You are encouraged to use that feature or you may choose to submit a separate document. See Microsoft Office Software for technical support about the use of PowerPoint, including voice recording and speaker notes. For this assessment, develop your presentation slides and speaker notes, then record your presentation. You are not required to deliver your presentation to an actual audience. Presentation Format and Length You may use PowerPoint (recommended) or other suitable presentation software to create your slides and add your voice over. If you elect to use an application other than PowerPoint, check with your faculty to avoid potential file compatibility issues. Be sure that your slide deck includes the following slides: Title slide. Presentation title. Your name. Date. Course number and title. References (at the end of your presentation). Your slide deck should consist of 10–12 slides, not including a title and references slide with typed speaker notes and audio voice over. Your presentation should not exceed 20 minutes. Create a detailed narrative script for your presentation, approximately 4–5 pages in length. Supporting Evidence Cite 3–5 credible sources from peer-reviewed journals or professional industry publications to support your presentation. Include your source citations on a references page appended to your narrative script. 1.Provides an articulate, insightful explanation of how governmental policies related to the health and/or safety of a community affect the coordination of care. Provides clear examples of specific policies affecting care coordination. 2.Identifies significant and relevant national, state, and local policy provisions that raise ethical questions or dilemmas for care coordination. Makes a clear and persuasive argument for the ethical implications and consequences of specific policy provisions. 3.Assesses the impact of the code of ethics for nurses on the coordination and continuum of care. Draws insightful evidence-based conclusions informed by careful consideration of the social determinants of health and a precise and accurate interpretation of the factors contributing to health, health disparities, and access to services. 4.Communicates key ethical and policy issues in a presentation affecting the coordination and continuum of care for a selected community organization or support group. Delivers a professional, logically coherent presentation of main points, facts, and conclusions, well-supported by relevant and credible evidence. Both speaker notes and audio voice-over are included.