The Lived Expression of a Nurse

Being a brand-new nurse, I wanted to focus on interviewing a nurse that had a little more experience than me. I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my co-workers, Ayah, who worked on my floor for a year and recently transferred to the ICU about 6 months ago. She graduated from Broward College in 2016 and has been at my hospital ever since. Being as she had just transferred to a department of higher care, I decided to focus on Benner’s Stage of Nursing Proficiency. Based on my interview and of the clinical skills she demonstrated, I would place her in the competent practitioner’s stage. This stage usually occurs with 2-3 years after of experience in a nursing setting (Black, 2014). She recalled that at the beginning that she had difficulty prioritizing needs and wants of patients. At times, she stated that she would feel lost on how to proceed with her days. Over the course of 2 years, she progressively grew as a nurse and would seek out opportunities as a nurse. Eventually, she was able to see the bigger picture with her patients and was able to think “outside of the box” when situations arose.

I learned a lot from interviewing my coworker. The overall feeling that I got from her is that proficiency takes time to achieve. I can empathize with her because I am currently going through what she went through as a new nurse. Sometimes I feel uncertain of myself and lost when I’m working, and it was comforting to see that I’m not the only one that goes through this. She stated that you need specific knowledge and values to attain your role as a competent nurse, and that’s exactly what I am going to seek out.

References

Black, B. P. (2014). Professional nursing: Concepts & challenges(7th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier/Saunders, 121-122.

#2 – I had the pleasure to interview a new registered nurse named Khadijah who works in the burn intensive care unit. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in 2016 and became an RN in 2017. After passing her Florida state boards, Khadijah relocated to her home state of Georgia to begin a year-long nurse residency program at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Khadijah has completed her 13-week orientation and is now on the floor on her own charting, administering medications, and performing nursing tasks. At the very beginning of her orientation process, Khadijah admitted that she was overwhelmed with all the information in regards to hospital policies and procedures. According to Cohen’s Model of Basic Student Socialization, the first stage of unilateral dependence correlates with Khadijah’s initial impressions (Black, 2016). The first stage of Cohen’s model describes the student’s limited background knowledge and significant dependence on a preceptor or mentor (Black, 2016, p. 94). Within 4 weeks of orientation, Khadijah learned many valuable skills that were particular to her burn unit, such as wound care. She still felt like she didn’t depend on her preceptor as much as she did in the beginning and felt more comfortable with the charting system. Cohen’s second stage, negativity/independence, is associated with this phase in Khadijah’s orientation process. The second stage in Cohen’s model relates to the reduced dependence on the student’s preceptor or mentor (Black, 2016, p. 94). Khadijah’s critical thinking capacity as a nurse is challenged and she began to gain more confidence in herself. The third stage in Cohen’s model (p. 95) is called dependence/mutuality and it explains the consideration of concepts and ideas from preceptors or teachers (Black, 2016). I believe this is the stage that Khadijah is currently at as a new nurse who recently completed the orientation process. She is able to receive information from her preceptor and other experienced nurses and then filter what applies to her in regards to patient care.

This assignment to interview a new nurse was informative and refreshing because I learned about the personal experiences of someone who finished their orientation process of a nurse residency program. I am a new registered nurse who is excited to begin my nurse residency program in a couple weeks and I believe and am in the first stage of Benner’s Stages of Nursing Proficiency. As a novice nurse, I know I will follow the policies and procedures of the hospital to keep myself and patients safe (Black, 2016).

Reference

Black, B. P. (2017). Professional Nursing Concepts and Challenges (8th ed.). (pp. 94-96). Maryland Heights, MI: Elsevier/Saunders.

– I need good short responses to these two post. Must be a decent length and have APA style citations with at least one reference.

 

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Discussion: Pharmacotherapy for Respiratory Disorders

To the untrained ear, most coughs sound the same. However, as you might recall from past clinical experiences, a simple cough can lead to a patient diagnosis of a common cold, pneumonia, or even a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Although it can sometimes be challenging to diagnose a patient based on common respiratory symptoms such as congestion, coughing, and wheezing, it is important to be able to distinguish minor differences as even mild symptoms might require intervention with drug treatments. When recommending potential treatment options, advanced practice nurses must consider how individual patient factors might impact the effects of prescribed drugs.

To prepare:

-Review Chapter 26 and Chapter 27 of the Arcangelo and Peterson text.

-Select and research one of the following respiratory disorders: the common cold, pneumonia, or a chronic obstructive —-pulmonary disease (COPD) such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis. Consider types of drugs that would be prescribed to patients to treat symptoms associated with this disorder.

-Select one of the following factors: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Reflect on how this factor might impact effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

With these thoughts in mind:

By Day 3

Post a description of the respiratory disorder you selected including types of drugs that would be prescribed to patients to treat associated symptoms. Then, explain how the factor you selected might impact effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

THE DISCUSSION IS IN APA, MINIMUM 3 REFERENCES NOT OLDER THAN 2013 AND CITATION.

Required Readings

Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Chapter 18, “Otitis Media and Otitis Externa” (pp. 243-252)

This chapter compares the causes and pathophysiology of two common ear infections—otitis media and otitis externa. It also identifies types of drugs used to treat these ear infections.

Chapter 24, “Upper Respiratory Infections” (pp. 259-374)

This chapter explores the causes, pathophysiology, and diagnostic criteria of two upper respiratory infections—the common cold and sinusitis—as well as drug therapy for both infections. It also covers monitoring patient response and patient education of drug therapy for these infections.

Chapter 25, “Asthma” (pp. 377-392)

This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, pharmacogenomics, and diagnostic criteria of asthma. It also outlines suggested drug therapy plans for asthmatic patients.

Chapter 26, “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease” (pp. 395-406)

This chapter explains the causes and pathophysiology of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It also examines the process of selecting, administering, and managing drug therapy for COPD patients.

Chapter 27, “Bronchitis and Pneumonia” (pp. 407-424)

This chapter begins by examining the causes, pathophysiology, and diagnostic criteria of acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis, and community-acquired pneumonia. It then explores the process of selecting, administering, and managing drug therapy for patients with bronchitis and pneumonia.

Drugs.com. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.drugs.com/

This website presents a comprehensive review of prescription and over-the-counter drugs including information on common uses and potential side effects. It also provides updates relating to new drugs on the market, support from health professionals, and a drug-drug interactions checker.

National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. (2007). Expert panel report 3 (EPR3): Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of asthma. Retrieved from http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/asthma/asthgdln.htm

This website presents guidelines for diagnosing and managing asthma and outlines treatment recommendations for specific age groups.

Discussion: Pharmacotherapy for Respiratory DisordersTo the untrained ear, most coughs sound the same. However, as you might recall from past clinical experiences, a simple cough can lead to a patient diagnosis of a common cold, pneumonia, or even a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Although it can sometimes be challenging to diagnose a patient based on common respiratory symptoms such as congestion, coughing, and wheezing, it is important to be able to distinguish minor differences as even mild symptoms might require intervention with drug treatments. When recommending potential treatment options, advanced practice nurses must consider how individual patient factors might impact the effects of prescribed drugs.

To prepare:

Review Chapter 26 and Chapter 27 of the Arcangelo and Peterson text.

Select and research one of the following respiratory disorders: the common cold, pneumonia, or a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis. Consider types of drugs that would be prescribed to patients to treat symptoms associated with this disorder.

Select one of the following factors: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Reflect on how this factor might impact effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

With these thoughts in mind:

By Day 3

Post a description of the respiratory disorder you selected including types of drugs that would be prescribed to patients to treat associated symptoms. Then, explain how the factor you selected might impact effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

Required Readings

Arcangelo, V. P., Peterson, A. M., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, J. A. (Eds.). (2017). Pharmacotherapeutics for advanced practice: A practical approach (4th ed.). Ambler, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Chapter 18, “Otitis Media and Otitis Externa” (pp. 243-252)

This chapter compares the causes and pathophysiology of two common ear infections—otitis media and otitis externa. It also identifies types of drugs used to treat these ear infections.

Chapter 24, “Upper Respiratory Infections” (pp. 259-374)

This chapter explores the causes, pathophysiology, and diagnostic criteria of two upper respiratory infections—the common cold and sinusitis—as well as drug therapy for both infections. It also covers monitoring patient response and patient education of drug therapy for these infections.

Chapter 25, “Asthma” (pp. 377-392)

This chapter examines the causes, pathophysiology, pharmacogenomics, and diagnostic criteria of asthma. It also outlines suggested drug therapy plans for asthmatic patients.

Chapter 26, “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease” (pp. 395-406)

This chapter explains the causes and pathophysiology of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It also examines the process of selecting, administering, and managing drug therapy for COPD patients.

Chapter 27, “Bronchitis and Pneumonia” (pp. 407-424)

This chapter begins by examining the causes, pathophysiology, and diagnostic criteria of acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis, and community-acquired pneumonia. It then explores the process of selecting, administering, and managing drug therapy for patients with bronchitis and pneumonia.

Drugs.com. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.drugs.com/

This website presents a comprehensive review of prescription and over-the-counter drugs including information on common uses and potential side effects. It also provides updates relating to new drugs on the market, support from health professionals, and a drug-drug interactions checker.

National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. (2007). Expert panel report 3 (EPR3): Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of asthma. Retrieved from http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/asthma/asthgdln.htm

This website presents guidelines for diagnosing and managing asthma and outlines treatment recommendations for specific age groups.

 

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Reaching out a Solution

This assignment is designed to assist you in developing a thoughtful process for advocating about an issue as a nurse, from identifying a problem that needs to be solved through articulating a process for doing so.

This assignment consists of answering each of the questions listed below from the “Political Analysis and Strategies” chapter of your course textbook. Write each question as a new topic area; then follow with a paragraph or two to answer the question. Be sure to use APA guidelines for writing style, spelling and grammar, and citation of sources, if any used. This project should be no longer than 4 pages.

Let us assume that you are a school nurse in a high school. At a recent school athletic event, a spectator suffered a cardiac arrest in the stands. A coach of the home team went into the high school to fetch the automatic emergency defibrillator (AED) only to find out that it was not readily available. In the meantime, an emergency squad arrived and resuscitated the spectator. On Monday morning, you learn of the absence of the AED only to find out that it had been locked in the custodian’s closet. Reflect on the following questions outlined in the “Political Analysis and Strategies” chapter:

What is the issue?

Is it my issue, and can I solve it?

Is this the real issue or merely a symptom of a larger one?

Does it need an immediate solution, or can it wait?

Is it likely to go away by itself?

Can I risk ignoring it?

What are the possible solutions? Are there risks to these solutions?

What steps would you need to take in order to solve the issue?

Does anyone else at the school need to be involved in the solution?

Where is the power leverage in the school to reach the preferred solution?

Reaching a solution requires the use of power vested in the nurse. Review Box 9-1 (Sources of Power) and determine which type(s) of power the school nurse has in this situation. State your reasons for your answer.

Submission Details:

Submit your response in a 4-page Microsoft Word document.

Name your document SU_NSG4068_W4_Project_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.

Submit your document to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.

Cite sources in the APA format on a separate page.

 

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Sepsis a major cause of hospitalization and death

Comment1

According to the textbook, nurses in various settings are adopting a research-based (or evidence-based) practice that incorporates research findings into their decisions and interaction with clients. How do you see this being applied in your workplace?

Sepsis is a major cause of hospitalization and death throughout the world, the hospital I work out has a screening process that we as nurse must assess the patients every 4 hours for signs of sepsis. The symptoms can be easily overlooked, and death rates continues to increase for septic shock. The point of the screening is to recognize early signs of septic shock and initial treatment right away. Patients, BP, heart rate, respirations, temperature and wbc indicates to the nurse if patient has a positive screen for sepsis, once the test is positive the nurse must obtain a lactated acid, blood cultures, and informed the doctor.

According to Birriel, 2013, Early treatment of sepsis, severe sepsis, or septic shock with quantitative fluid resuscitation has been shown to improve patient outcomes in multiple studies,(4,5) as has early treatment with antibiotics(5-8); however, to attain the greatest benefit from these therapies, sepsis must be identified as early as possible in its course.

Comment2

Few years ago, the facility that I work wanted all nurses to do hands off communication at bedside. A lot of nurses were very reluctant to this change. At some point the facility became very serious about it and wanted all the nurses to implement it. Now not only we have to give report at bedside, we have to wake patients and families up, so they can participate. I found it very interesting and proficient. It takes less time to give report, good for patient safety, patients and families are less anxious and ask less questions afterward because they know the plan of care for that specific day, and help nurses not to forget to pass on any relevant information to the patients’ cases. This is what two authors have to say about bedside report: “In traditional shift to shift reporting, nurses spend the end of their shift (and often into overtime) transcribing or taping a report for the oncoming nurse, who then spends the first portion of his or her shift reading the notes or listening to the tape. Bedside shift reporting saves time and allows the incoming nurse to ask questions. It also improves patient safety by involving the patient and ensuring patient and caregivers are on the same page.” (Hendren, 2010). “Conducting nurse-to-nurse shift report at the bedside, in the presence of the patient puts the patient central to all care activity information (Anderson & Mangino, 2006). It allows the introduction of the incoming nurse by the outgoing nurse to the patient and the family. Being in the room, helps incoming nurse to ask questions, visually see all medicines that the patient is having. Bedside reports also provide the opportunity to reassess the patient’s goals from the prior period and update the goals as needed. Anderson and Mangino (2006) observed increased patient, staff, and physician satisfaction as well as financial savings after implementing bedside shift report.” (Manning, 20036).

 

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PATHOGENICITY, IMMUNOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

For this SLP, you will discuss the importance of epidemiology to public health. Research one current example of a disease outbreak and how knowledge of its epidemiology can help health care professionals protect people from disease. (HINT: The CDC and WHO websites are excellent sources of information for this topic). You will present your chosen disease outbreak as a Powerpoint presentation by addressing the topics below:

The following links are helpful guides on using PowerPoint.

PowerPoint 101: Everything You Need to Make a Basic Presentation (this resource is great for both Mac and PC users): http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/powerpoint-101-everything-you-need-to-make-a-basic-presentation–cms-19541

The Microsoft Office link below has several tutorials on Powerpoint from how to get started to additional techniques for advanced users:

PowerPoint Links

Slide 1: Name and describe the microorganism (bacteria or virus) responsible for the outbreak. Briefly introduce your readers to the history of the disease outbreak. Provide an image of the causative agent (microorganism).

Slides 2-3: Where has the outbreak been found globally? Where has it been found in the United States? Describe the specific locations. Provide at least one image of its current distribution.

Slide 4: How is the causative agent transmitted to humans?

Slides 5-6: What are the symptoms of the disease caused by the microorganism? What does the clinical presentation look like in affected patients? What are the complications?

Slide 7: How is it diagnosed? What tests are used?

Slides 8-9: How is the disease treated? What preventative measures are being used locally or globally to control future outbreaks? What is the CDC doing to control the outbreak?

Slide 10: Include any additional interesting facts or figures about the disease outbreak or causative agent.

Slide 11: References.

SLP Assignment Expectations

For this SLP Assignment you will develop a PowerPoint presentation that is approximately 11 slides in length and addresses the requirements outlined above. Place the text containing the answers to the questions above in the slide area. Do a Google search to find images to support the data required and/or use images you have collected from the previous modules. Be sure your last slide includes the full references for any information or images used in your presentation. Please see the rubric for a complete description of grading criteria.

 

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Urban and Rural Health Care

ban and rural health care organizations throughout the industry are working together to coordinate care for Medicare patients. Accountable Care Organization (ACO) programs were established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to help facilitate this cooperation.

Select a type of health care organization that would accept Medicare patients (e.g., family practice, hospital, urgent care, or nursing home).

Write a 700- to 1,050-word executive summary that discusses the purpose of joining an ACO and the funding available through one. Include the following:

Describe the organization you selected and the general services that would be offered to Medicare patients.

Describe the types of ACOs recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Evaluate industry dynamics that would influence your organization’s decision to participate in an ACO.

Identify the steps needed to participate in an ACO.

Justify participation in an ACO for your organization.

Cite 3 reputable references to support your assignment (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).

Format your assignment according to APA guidelines

 

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Assignment 1: Application: Using Microsoft Project

Starting a project without a plan is like going on a road trip without any directions. You may progress along the way, but you might not end up at your desired destination. A project plan provides basic information that guides the execution and control of the project. At its most fundamental level, a project plan will describe the “who, what, when, and why” of a project. Microsoft Project is one of the most widely used project planning tools. The ability to understand and create project plans in Microsoft Project enables a project manager to effectively plan and manage project implementations.

In this Assignment, you generate a project plan using Microsoft Project.

To prepare:

Review the information in this week’s Learning Resources on using Microsoft Project.

Consider how to efficiently schedule tasks in a project plan.

Think about how you should sequence tasks that have dependencies.

By Day 7 of Week 3

To complete this Assignment, you will create a Microsoft Project plan for a patient information management system. The primary deliverable for the plan is the patient information management system itself, but it is comprised of many modules. Include the following tasks, subtasks, and timeframes:

Create the Admission, Discharge, and Transfer Module (requires subtask I, configuration period: 25 days, training period: 10 days)

Subtask I: Create the Patient Registration Module (requires subtask II, configuration period: 4 days, training period: 4 days)

Subtask II: Create the Master Patient Index (configuration period: 4 days)

Subtask III: Create the Patient Scheduling Module (requires subtask II, configuration period: 7 days, training period: 15 days)

 

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NURSING: LEADING AS A GENERAL MANAGER

UNIT 6

Topic: Tactical Planning (Continued)

Benchmark – Strategic Planning: Action Plan

Details:

Use your completed strategy map to formulate functional-level strategy for the primary business functions included in your plan. Functional-level strategies are the action plans used by departments within organizations to support the execution of business-level strategy at the managerial level. Create a 500-750 word action plan that addresses the following:

Identify which management tactics and strategies you will implement to meet your strategic goals for each of the stakeholders, departments, or business functions impacted by your plan: MBO, MBM, single-use or standing plans, competitive advantage, contingency planning, building scenarios, crisis planning, and innovation.

Provide an explanation of how you will apply managerial decision-making methods throughout your action plan.

Which business functions will be impacted by your action plan? What tactics will you use to manage implementation across business functions? What can you do to enhance collaboration/cross-functionality to ensure the success of your plan?

Identify leadership strategies you plan to implement throughout the execution of your action plan. In particular, explain which strategies you would implement to foster team collaboration among the multiple stakeholders who must collaborate to successfully implement the plan. Why do you think these will be successful?

RESOURCES

Textbook

1. Management

Read Chapters 9 and 12 in Management. Review Chapters 7 and 8.

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/cengage/2013/management_ebook_11e.php

2. Southwest Airlines: In a Different World

Review Harvard Business School (HBS) case reprint, “Southwest Airlines: In a Different World”(2013).

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/harvard-business-school-press/2010/southwest-airlines_in-a-different-world_ebook_1e.php

e-Library Resource

1. (How) Does the HR Strategy Support an Innovation Oriented Business Strategy? An Investigation of Institutional Context and Organizational Practices in Indian Firms

Read “(How) Does the HR Strategy Support an Innovation Oriented Business Strategy? An Investigation of Institutional Context and Organizational Practices in Indian Firms,” by Fang and Saini, from Human Resource Management (2010).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=inh&AN=11820768&site=eds-live&scope=site

2. Big Data: An Innovative Way to Gain Competitive Advantage Through Converting Data into Knowledge

Read “Big Data: An Innovative Way to Gain Competitive Advantage Through Converting Data into Knowledge,”

by Bhadani, from International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science (2015).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aci&AN=101309175&site=eds-live&scope=site

3. Outsourcing: A Strategic Risk?

Read “Outsourcing: A Strategic Risk?” by Relph and Parker, from Management Services (2014).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/docview/1584943851?accountid=7374

4. Practicing Human Resource Strategy: Understanding the Relational Dynamics in Strategic HR Work by Means of a Narrative Approach

Read “Practicing Human Resource Strategy: Understanding the Relational Dynamics in Strategic HR Work by Means of a Narrative Approach,” by Kaudela-Baum and Endrissat, from German Journal of Research in Human Resource Management (2009).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=40395722&site=eds-live&scope=site

5. Responsible Leadership and Stakeholder Management: Influence Pathways and Organizational Outcomes

Read “Responsible Leadership and Stakeholder Management: Influence Pathways and Organizational Outcomes,” by Doh and Quigley from the Academy of Management Perspectives (2014).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=97816322&site=ehost-live&scope=site

6. The Relationship Between Intellectual Capital With Economic Value Added and Financial Performance

Read “The Relationship Between Intellectual Capital With Economic Value Added and Financial Performance,” by Salehi, Enayati, and Javadi, from Iranian Journal of Management Science: A Quarterly (2014).

http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edb&AN=96560290&site=eds-live&scope=site

 

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Mandatory staffing ratios in hospitals

A nurse in the ICU comes on to her first of three shifts, and told that she is going to be receiving a transfer from a smaller hospital at some point in her shift. The patient that she is going to be receiving is a 79 year old patient that takes blood thinners and had a fall. Due to fall is believed to have both subdural hematoma and subarachnoid hematoma with a 1 cm x 1 cm midline shift. Currently on unit she is to receive report on a patient that is 66 years old that was extubated 2 hours earlier whom is having labored breathing with respiration rate of 52 breaths per minute. The third patient is a vented 64 year old patient that was admitted for acute respiratory failure related to COPD exacerbation due to lower lobe pneumonia.

RUBRIC

Statement of Issue: Present issue you have chosen in the context of a realistic, hypothetical patient scenario. A healthcare worker should be part of the scenario and is faced with the ethical/legal decision or is assisting someone who is facing the decision.

4.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEthical Analysis: Discuss the ethical issues created by the chosen topic as described in your case scenario. A. Include in your analysis: relevant provisions and interpretative statements from the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses; B. examine ethical principles, citing your assigned readings; and C. apply one of the ethical theories, citing your assigned readings

9.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLegal Analysis: Explore relevant laws/legal issues, including emerging trends, if applicable, and laws from other jurisdictions and countries as needed, that relate to or impact your scenario. Use proper APA citation to cite legislation

9.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEthical/Legal Decision: Reach a conclusion for the issue you presented which is supported by the ethical and legal analysis above.

4.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly Writing : A. Correct grammar, sentence structure, spelling, etc. B. Correct APA formatting C. A minimum of 5 current (published within the last 5 years), scholarly references. Case references are acceptable beyond 5 years if no cases more recent. D. Minimum of 5 pages of content – not including in the 5 pages: title page, Abstract & References

6.0 pts

Total Points: 32.0

 

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