HCI 412: Guidelines for your System

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1. (From Module 5) Identify your Stakeholders and their roles.

1.1. Five stakeholders are identified. Their roles are identified.

2. (From Module 3) Define the 3 parts of system (Elements of a system) that you chose: From these: 1. Stocks 2. Flows 3. Dynamic Equilibrium 4. Feedback Loops 5. Shifting Dominance 6. Delays 7. Oscillations

2.1. Discuss/Describe three parts of a system that affect their topic if not functioning properly.

2.1.1. Discussed/Described three parts of the system in relation to final project topic if they are not functioning properly or at all.

2.2. Discuss/Describe three parts of a system in relation to final project topic.

2.2.1. Discussed/Described three parts of the system and how they represented themselves in the chosen element of the healthcare system.

3. (From Module 2) An introduction of your chosen element of the healthcare system you will be improving upon.

3.1. Evidence of thoughtful preparation, with logical flow of ideas. Script includes an introduction, body, and conclusion. Writing makes opportunity more compelling to audience. Systems thinking fundamentals are present. Appropriately uses system thinking topics taught in the course. Uses scholarly writing.

4. (From Module 4) Define resilience, self-organization, and hierarchy

4.1. How does resilience, self-organization, and hierarchy work to improve the overall functioning of your final topic

4.1.1. Thoroughly discusses how resilience, self-organization, and hierarchy work to improve the overall functioning.

4.2. Discuss the importance of resilience, self-organization, and hierarchy within the healthcare system

4.2.1. Thoroughly discusses the importance of resilience, self-organization, and hierarchy within the healthcare system.

5. Apply your solution.

5.1. Evidence of thoughtful preparation, with logical flow of ideas. Writing makes opportunity more compelling to audience. Systems thinking fundamentals are present. Appropriately uses systems thinking topics taught in the course. Uses scholarly writing.

6. (From Module 5) Identify what is “broken” with this element.

6.1. The presentation includes an innovative approach to a healthcare problem that is grounded in the principles of systems thinking. Provides a unique and innovative way to fix/intervene in the "broken" element of the system. Clearly demonstrates what parts of the system will be affected by the intervention (positive or negative).

7. (From Module 5) Identify one archetype (trap) in your system and how your team will overcome this trap in the system.

7.1. An archetype (trap) is identified, thoroughly discussed, and how it will be overcome.

8. References/In-text Citations

8.1. Include in Module 5 only: Nine in-text citations in APA format. Includes five course sources and four outside sources.

8.2. Nine references included. Two to three APA formatting errors. Use of course text and additional references. Script demonstrates appropriate application of material source.