Combine all elements completed in previous weeks (Topics 1-4) into one cohesive evidence-based proposal and share the proposal with a leader in your organization. (Appropriate individuals include unit managers, department directors, clinical supervisors, charge nurses, and clinical educators.) Obtain feedback from the leader you have selected and request verification using the Capstone Review Form. Submit the signed Capstone Review Form to [email protected] For information on how to complete the assignment, refer to “Writing Guidelines” and the “Exemplar of Evidence-Based Practice Capstone Paper.” Include a title page, abstract, problem statement, conclusion, reference section, and appendices (if tables, graphs, surveys, diagrams, etc. are created from tools required in Topic 4). Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. NRS-441V: Capstone Project Writing Guidelines Use the headings listed below and ensure that your papers contain the needed information for each section. 1) Abstract a) Length is between 250-450 words. b) Presents a complete, concise overview of all phases of the proposed project c) Addresses a problem or issue related to patient care quality d) References appropriate evidence-based literature; identifies at least one evidence-based solution that may resolve the problem or issue. 2) Problem Description 3) Solution Description 4) Implementation Plan 5) Evaluation Plan 6) Dissemination Plan 7) Review of Literature 8) Appendices 9) APA Style/Mechanics 10) APA format is used consistently in the proposal for the cover page, page header, margins, in-text citations, double-spacing, font size, and reference page. a) Style is consistent with that expected of a formal project proposal. b) The highest levels of evidence are used. (Note: Information from Web sites is not considered a professional reference source.) c) At least 15 professional references (e.g., books, journal articles) are used to develop the proposal. d) At least eight references are peer-reviewed and from quantitative or qualitative research study reports. e) Text is free of grammatical, punctuation, typographical, and word-usage errors. f) Project proposal is within word length requirements.