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DescriptionMY BILL: The short title of the federal legislative bill is the “Health Care Capacity for
Pediatric Mental Health Act of 2022”. The bill’s prefix and bill number is S.4472 and was
presented during the 117th Congress.
Congress. (2022). S.4472 – Health Care Capacity for Pediatric Mental Health Act of 2022.
Congress.gov. https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/senatebill/4472/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22%5C%22health+care%5C%22%22
Required Submission Type: Voice-over PowerPoint slides (.ppt or .pptx) must not contain videos. I WILL COMPLETE THIS AFTER PP IS DONE
Required Submission Length: 10 slides, not including title or reference
slides, 15 min time limit
You will conduct an in-depth analysis of a current health policy issue specific to an
existing state or federal bill that has not been enacted into law (MY BILL IS LISTED
ABOVE) The type of detailed analysis required for this assignment necessitates
beginning to work on it early in the semester to allow for sufficient time to thoroughly
conduct a literature search to determine the available research and other sources of
evidence. You will be analyzing contextual factors surrounding the issue, such as the
socio-cultural and economic impact on the public, nursing, and others. You will use
statistical and other numerical data as supporting evidence relative to your chosen bill
and pertinent to the bill’s issue. Statistical and other numerical data should be clearly
depicted in the form of figures or tables since it is an effective way to inform policy
makers when advocating for policy change.
You are expected to read the bill in its entirety as part of your analysis. Specific details
are outlined in the rubric. When summarizing the bill, you will describe, in your own
words, the bill’s key provisions relative to the proposed legislation, including any
amendments (i.e., new or added language shown as an underline or italics in the bill)
and repeals (i.e., removed from existing law shown as a strikethrough or [bracketed]
language). The bill summary should not be a simple restatement of the bill’s summary
accompanying the bill.
Each presentation should be no more than 10 slides in length excluding the title and
reference slides. You will use the Presentation Guidelines to help you create a scholarly
presentation. The Presentation Guidelines conform to principles of APA Style (see the
Course Resources in Canvas). Citations and references must be included in the
presentation in the correct APA format. In-text (narrative or parenthetical) citations
should be included within the body of each slide to credit the work of others, and
references placed at the end of the presentation. All references should be primary or
authoritative sources. Be aware that some sources, such as the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, routinely cite the work of authors on their websites. Therefore,
you should carefully consider whether it is more appropriate to review the works cited
and retrieve the primary source directly, rather than relying on another author’s
The required file format is a video presentation or screen-sharing video presentation
using PowerPoint presentation slides. Videos should not be embedded within the
presentation because of Turnitin’s limitations. You are expected to narrate the
presentation in your own voice
Legislative Bill Analysis and Advocacy: Part I – Rubric
Legislative Bill Analysis and Advocacy: Part I – Rubric
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlide 1: Title Slide
•Clearly identifies a state or federal legislative bill relative to a health policy issue in the title (2 points).
•Title is descriptive, extending beyond the name of the assignment (2 points).
•Title slide is formatted in accordance with the Presentation Guidelines and conforms to APA Style 7th
edition, including appropriate font size and correct use of bold font and title case for the title (1 point).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlide 2: Summary of Bill: [Bill Prefix and Number]
•Bill prefix and number: Clearly stated and written in the title of the slide (2 points).
•Official title (short or long title, short preferred) (2 points).
•Clearly describes provisions of the bill using the latest version of the bill, including any amendments
and repeals (2 points).
•Primary sponsor(s): name, state, district number (as applicable), and political party affiliation (2 points).
•Cosponsor(s): total number (numerical only) of cosponsors (not including the primary sponsor(s) of the
bill), and majority party affiliation of cosponsors (i.e.,
bipartisan support or major political party affiliation if partisan support) (2 points).
Legislative Bill Analysis and Advocacy: Part I – Rubric
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlides 3-5: Status of Bill: [Bill Prefix and Number]
•Date introduced (1 point).
•Originated in the House or Senate at the state or federal level (1 point).
•Current version of bill (e.g., original, substitute, or amended bill) (1 point).
•Any companion bills (e.g., similar, related, or identical bill) (1 point).
•Official name of committee/subcommittee/chamber where the bill currently resides (1 point).
•Latest action, including number of hearings and any proponent/opponent/interested party testimony (5
•Clearly describes and depicts with a figure the structure of the state or federal government structure
(legislative, judicial, and executive) relative to the chosen bill (5 points).
•Clearly explains and depicts with a figure the policy-making process at the state or federal legislative
branch of government relative to the chosen bill, including
necessary steps needed for the bill to be enacted into law (10 points).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlides 6-8: Historical Background of Issue
•Brief historical background with statistical data using figures or tables to establish the need for the
proposed legislation (10 points).
•Describes the political environment, including sociocultural/ethical influences and health disparities
surrounding the issue (15 points).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlide 9: Economic Impact: [Bill Prefix and Number]
•Briefly describes the bill’s economic impact relative to the most currently available report, such as fiscal
analysis, local impact statement, or cost estimates (e.g., Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Cost
Estimates) (3 points).
•Uses tables or figures to depict statistical and/or numerical data (as applicable). If none is available,
clearly states economic report was unavailable after conducting search (2 points).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlide 10: Impact on Nursing and Health [Bill Prefix and
Clearly describes (with supporting evidence) how the bill would positively or negatively impact patients
and nursing, specifically advanced practice nursing or nursing clinical practice, at the local, state, federal,
or international levels.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSlide 11: Personal Position Statement: [Bill Prefix and
•Briefly explains why the bill was chosen (2 points).
•Clearly states whether personally supports or opposes the bill and provides evidence-based rationale (3
Legislative Bill Analysis and Advocacy: Part I – Rubric
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly/Professional
•Contains a minimum of 2 pertinent figures or tables (1 point).
•Correctly incorporates the Presentation Guidelines (1 point).
•Follows principles of APA Style (7th edition), including correct spelling, grammar, punctuation,
capitalization, abbreviations, and bias-free language (3 points).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCitations and References (APA Style, 7th edition)
Citations (2.5 points):
•Sources are credited verbally and written as in-text (narrative or parenthetical) citations in the body of
each slide.
•All components of each citation are in the correct APA format.
•Each citation has a matching reference.
•Direct quotations are avoided.
References (2.5 points):
•Use of primary or authoritative, including the bill and any legislative web pages, are included at the end
of the presentation.
•All components of each reference entry are in the correct APA format.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTurnitin Similarity Report
Evident the Turnitin Similarity Report was reviewed, interpreted, and any flags or areas of concern were
addressed before resubmitting the assignment.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCanvas Submission
•Power Point Presentation is embedded into the designated discussion board in Canvas that is easily
accessible and able to be viewed by others (2.5 points).
•PowerPoint presentation slides are submitted at the time of the embedded video presentation for the
purposes of Turnitin (2.5 points).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLate Work Policy
Final score for the assignment will be reduced by 10% for each 24-hour period the assignment is late.
Total Points: 100

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