Presentation on HIPPA

Background: You have been hired as a consultant by a hospital to help design a HIPAA training module.

Objective: Your task is to design an interactive and engaging training presentation on HIPAA that is geared toward IT employees. Your challenge is to make the content captivating to avoid boredom, yet still convey the information system requirements that IT employees need to abide by. Also, conduct an effectiveness evaluation of your training based on peer feedback and quiz results.


  1. Interactive Training Presentation:
    • Task: Develop a 7-10 minute training module about HIPAA. Ensure it’s interactive and engaging to maintain the audience’s attention.
    • Creativity: Avoid simple PowerPoints with basic animations. Employ your computer skills to add interactivity using tools like PowerPoint, Google Slides, or other software. Use this as an opportunity to learn new software such as Canva, Prezi, or a similar application.
    • Content: Originality is key. Do not use copied/pasted material from existing web sources. Proper citation is mandatory for any referenced material. Even images that are used in the presentation need to be referenced. In a real-world setting, you are not allowed to use any image you find a Google, however, for this assignment, you may with attribution.
    • Upload: Provide the link or file of your presentation here.
  2. Evaluation and Feedback Document:
    • Peer Review: Share your presentation with three classmates for their feedback. Utilize the ‘People’ function in the course to find participants.
    • Comprehension Quiz: Create and administer a post-session quiz to test material comprehension. Use tools like Survey Monkey. Ensure the questions are original. Do not ask questions like what HIPAA stands for, or what year it was passed. Focus on the IT-relevant content.
    • Analysis: Evaluate the effectiveness of your training based on peer feedback and quiz results. Focus on the impact of your presentation, and do not summarize it.
      • If you are tasked with providing feedback, please avoid saying “Great job, it was perfect.” Provide constructive criticism to help your peers grow. There will not be any points deducted for negative feedback.
    • Document: Write a report detailing your evaluation and submit it under Part 2.
      • Please include the names of your peers, as well as their responses.
      • Please include the quiz questions and answers
      • Make sure that your evaluation includes what you would do differently based on the feedback as well as if the learning module that you wrote is effective.

Additional Guidance:

  • If youre looking for inspiration or new software tools, consider exploring educational resources or articles on eLearning module development.
  • Remember, this is an opportunity to expand your skillset and explore creative methods for delivering eLearning content.

Important Notes:

  • Pay attention to grammar and spelling; errors will affect your grade.
  • Treat these documents as professional work, as if submitting them to your boss. You are being graded not just on content but also on design. For more information, please review this .
  • Failure to cite sources will lead to a score of zero due to plagiarism. Remember, accidental plagiarism is still plagiarism!
  • Although generative AI can be used as a tool to support learning (e.g., in obtaining feedback or generating ideas), work submitted by a student should be that of the student and not the work of an AI system. If you include material generated by an AI program, it should be cited like any other reference material. Ultimately, the student bears responsibility for any inaccuracies or misinformation. If you have questions about how AI may be used to complete assignments within the scope of this academic integrity policy, please reach out to your instructor.