Judging Criteria for QEP Categories
- Clearly communicates interprofessional teamwork (IT) issue that the poster is addressing.
- Includes authors' names, credentials and affiliations.
- At least 2 different professions represented.
Significance / Introduction:
- Summarizes the IT issue identified.
- Clearly states the issue in healthcare (problem/student motivation).
- Concisely summarizes research articles and identifies the significance of the issue.
- States where the team got their background information (e.g. Searched CINAHL, or Medline for research articles from 2002-2007).
- Search terms were used.
Based on Science (Conceptual Framework/Theory):
- Identifies a framework/theory that explains the IT issue or illustrates how the issue can be addressed using the framework/theory.
- States the original author of the framework/theory.
- Identifies the components of the framework/theory that match or correspond with the issue.
- Summarizes research collected regarding the IT issue.
- Cites relevant quotes from the articles.
- The presenter(s) orally relate the results in a concise fashion.
- The results are clearly presented.
- The presenter(s) formulate(s) suggestions and recommendations concerning the IT issue on a larger scale.
- Recaps the issue and findings.
- Include(s) implications for healthcare.
Presentation / Response to Questions:
- Presentation was effective (delivery/eye contact).
- Time used effectively.
- Presenter answers questions in an organized, concise fashion.
- Presenter added additional insights and information to the discussion.
- Information is accurate and logical.
- Clearly reflects an interprofessional teamwork issue.
- Overall look and layout of poster is pleasing to view.
- Easy for reader to follow, not too busy, too small to read etc.
- No grammatical errors.
- Proper credit/citation.
- Uses 5-6 revered journals to support case.
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