What technology could help health care improve quality and or access to health care with the health disparity that you have researched?
What technology could help health care improve quality and or access to health care with the health disparity that you have researched? The student will then ensue a conversation with one other student about what they have found. It is necessary to see the Rubric Below, as this discussion board is open for 14 days with 2 individual postings necessary. SLO: Focus on leadership theory and social/legal/ethical/political responsibilities of nursing professionals within the context of health care delivery. The purpose of these discussions is to learn from one another and research.
Discussion Board Grading Guidelines and Grading Rubric General Guidelines:
There is one (1) discussion board in this course. The Discussion board will be open for 14 days. Students are to submit their initial post within the first seven (7) days. Initial postings are to be prior to responding to any other student posting.
Peer Response posts will be due on day fourteen (14) of the DB. Please refer to the course calendar for specifics on all due dates.
Students must submit their posting directly into the discussion board composition box. A word document attached to the discussion board as a separate file WILL NOT be graded.
Late postings will not be accepted.
Postings are to follow the guidelines listed below for full credit. Excellent work is expected, and grading will reflect this expectation.
Interactions on the discussion board will remain professional and constructive at all times.

Guidelines for Initial Posts
The initial post must be supported by a minimum of one (1) scholarly reference related to the discussion topic
(This should be an article not included in the course content), in addition to referencing the assigned reading/course materials found in the course content (i.e., supplemental articles, text, etc.).
This scholarly reference should be from a current (less than 5 years old), a peer-reviewed journal from the Sherrod Library online database unless the article chosen is a classic piece of evidence-based writing. American Journal of Public Health, Public Health Nursing, Social Science and Medicine, JAMA, Nursing Research, Research in Nursing & Health, New England Journal of Medicine, Western Journal of Nursing Research, and Applied Nursing Research are some suggested sources. Entry-level nursing journals such as AJN, RN, and Nursing are not acceptable.
Use internet sources very selectively, making sure that they are appropriately professional and in-depth.
Information from the article must be cited using appropriate in-text citations in the body of the post. The following website is very helpful in formatting references and in-text citations:http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
The article’s full citation should be presented at the end of the post using the correct APA format.

Guidelines for Peer Response Posts
Students are expected to provide one (1) meaningful response to a peer’s post in addition to the initial post.
Comments and responses should not be limited to positive reinforcement and/or social interaction. Postings of this nature are not acceptable and will earn a grade of “0”. So, in other words, do not just respond with “good job” or “I agree”. Follow-up posts must be substantive.
The peer response post must be supported by a minimum of one (1) scholarly reference that contributes to the peer’s discussion topic.
In the body of the response post, the student should:
demonstrate that he/she has read and reflected on the information presented in the initial post.
bring new discussion threads into the post by describing patient care experience(s) related to the topic
may choose to respond to this new thread vs original student posting present the information using appropriate spellig and grammar.