Capstone Project Change Proposal Presentation for Faculty Review and Feedback Assessment Description Create a 10-15 slide Power Point presentation of your evidence-based intervention and change proposal to be disseminated to an interprofessional audience of leaders and stakeholders. Include the intervention, evidence-based literature, objectives, resources needed, anticipated measurable outcomes, and how the intervention would be evaluated. Submit the presentation in the digital classroom for feedback from the instructor. PICOT Question (See other file uploaded) Interventions Falling incidences can cause several complications, including health care costs, severe health issues, immobility, etc. With the severity of this issue, appropriate interventions should take place. In this context, proper monitoring is one of the significant interventions to prevent this incidence (Huang et al., 2020). Hence, incorporating educated and efficient technicians while providing patient care can be an essential step. Yet, due to decreased mobility or functionality, older people often require help in doing basic activities, in this aspect, providing help to the patients while changing to hospital-approved gowns (Liu-Ambrose et al., 2019). In addition, one significant and effective intervention is providing quick education to the patient regarding fall prevention strategies (Radecki, Reynolds & Kara, 2018). Another critical aspect is providing a safe environment for clinical care. Outpatient clinics should improve their workflow and environmental condition, such as removing hazardous materials, and keeping the floor clean and dry, so that the clinic can provide a safe area for older patients. These interventions can help prevent falls (Guirguis-Blake et al., 2018). Benchmark - Capstone Change Project Objectives 1. Prevent elderly falls in an outpatient radiology clinic. Rationale: Falls occur as age advances due to individual risk factors or environmental factors. For example, gait or balance deficits, chronic conditions, medications, and footwear the patient is wearing. Assisting these patient populations can prevent falls in the department. 2. Educate patients and people in the community on how to prevent falls. Rationale: Educate patients regarding physical changes and chronic health conditions that cause or probability of falls. 3. Provide a safe environment for clinical care in the outpatient clinical setting. Rationale: Design the clinical area accessible to patients in wheelchairs, with assistive devices, and with mobility deficits. Have handrails on walls and hallways for support, clean, non-skid floors, and lighted pathways in hallways, rooms, and bathrooms. 4. A patient care technician (PCT) is available in the outpatient clinical area for patients. Rationale: Having a PCT in the clinical area, especially around the dressing rooms, would benefit the patients needing help when changing to hospital-approved gowns and monitoring patients for risk.