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GRADING RUBRIC MUST BE FOLLOWED
Questions to Consider:
Condense your written testimony into a 5-minute-long recorded oral presentation. Create a 5-slide PowerPoint to present a structure to guide your recording. Follow this structure for your presentation:
SPEAKER NOTES MUST BE INCLUDED PER SLIDE
- Introductory remarks: Includes acknowledgement of committee chair and members, your credentials as the person preparing the testimony, and the organization you are representing.
- Background: Brief statement regarding justification for the proposed policy.
- Specific aspect of the issue: Summarize key points of the desired outcomes from the proposed policy with cited references. Provide a summary of current interventions for your specific issue and why additional action is needed.
- Recommendations: Provide specific recommendations for the committee and those being implemented by the special interest group.
- Concluding statement: One or two sentences summarizing why the committee should consider your proposed policy.
- Closing: Thank the committee for the opportunity and note your availability for additional discussion or questions.
- Longest, B. B., Jr. (2016). Health policymaking in the United States (6th ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Available from the Bookstore.
- Chapter 9, “Policy Modification,” pages 259–287.
These government web sites have information about available health policy and hearings that might be helpful in understanding how policy hearings are conducted and who is involved.
- United States House of Representatives. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.house.gov/
- Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. (n.d.). Health care, benefits, and administration rules. Retrieved from https://oversight.house.gov/subcommittee/health-ca…
- Association for Career and Technical Education. (n.d.). Advocacy toolkit: Testifying before policymakers. Retrieved from https://www.acteonline.org/working-with-policymake…
- Using Kaltura [PDF].
- Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPT].
- Microsoft Office Software.
Additional Resources for Further Exploration
You may use the following optional resources to further explore topics related to competencies.
- Brown, L. D. (2012). The fox and the grapes: Is real reform beyond reach in the United States? Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law, 37(4), 587–609.
- Ospina, S., & Foldy, E. (2010). Building bridges from the margins: The work of leadership in social change organizations. The Leadership Quarterly, 21(2), 292–307.