Requirements: 

  1. Students will RANDOMLY be assigned a CPG on a disease topic by their instructor in  Week 1. 
  2. In Week 7, students will provide a brief, narrated PowerPoint presentation using Kaltura while following the directions and rubric listed below. 
  3. In addition to the presentation, students will provide a written transcript to the Week 7 assignment box for the instructor’s reference. (NOTE:  A written transcript is a word for word script of exactly what is said in the PowerPoint Narration. It is not a paper and does not need to be in APA format.  See the transcripts under each lecture in the weekly lessons for examples). 
  4. Students will share a copy of their given CPG by attaching it to the discussion board where their presentation (or link) is posted. This will allow the instructor and peer to review along with your presentation. 
  5. The narrated PowerPoint presentation, copy of the CPG, and transcript are due before Wednesday 11:59pm MT of Week 7. 
  6. If any of the required items are missing or are submitted after the deadline, late penalties will be applied according to the Late Assignment Policy as discussed in the Syllabus. 

Solution

My name is xx and this is my clinical practice guidelines presentation on hypothyroidism.

My CGP article is the American Association Of Clinical Endocrinologists And American Thyroid Association Taskforce. Clinical Practice Guidelines For Hypothyroidism In Adults. Endocrine Practice According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Thyroid Association Taskforce, hypothyroidism can be defined as a condition whereby the thyroid gland is unable to produce adequate thyroid hormone. This condition is mainly classified into four specific groups or classes, which include the subclinical, overt/primary, secondary, and tertiary. These groups have unique characteristics, for instance, the subclinical is considered an early type of hypothyroidism with a normal Tand elevated TSH. The primary type is characterized by minimal T4 as well as elevated TSH. Secondary hypothyroidism is characterized by the insufficient production of the TSH by the pituitary gland. Besides, secondary hypothyroidism can occur as a result of the insufficient production of TRH (Thyrotropin-releasing hormone) by the hypothalamus. Lastly, tertiary hypothyroidism is characterized by inadequate TSH as a result of the low secretion of….Kindly click the purchase icon to purchase the full solution at $10

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