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Do you believe there are universal codes of ethics that are independent of culture or religion?

  • Do you believe there are universal codes of ethics that are independent of culture or religion? Elaborate
  • Do you work for an organization with clearly stated ethical standards? If so, how are these disseminated and practiced?
  • Why do you the topic of ethics is important to HPT specialists?
    What kind of ethical decisions might an HPT specialist be faced with?

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Create a healing environment for physical and spiritual needs. (HRC)

Create a healing environment for physical and spiritual needs. (HRC)

Order Description

I have assigned to Jean Watson?s Theory of Human Caring/Caring Science

I am to compose a 5- to 8-slide Microsoft? PowerPoint? presentation.

Include the following:

? Information about the theorist?s life, nursing role, and time period
? An introduction to the theory, what level it falls under, and what influenced its development
? The constructs of this theory in relation to the nursing metaparadigm
? The influence the theorist has or had on practice
? How the theory continues to influence the role of the nurse

Include speaker notes for each slide of your presentation. These are to be written in sentences

Cite a minimum of five scholarly sources.

Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.

I will be uploading the grading rubric as well as a guide for the PowerPoint- Please follow the rules per the attachments sent.

The bullet point should very very specific.
On the tip sheet, it has 5 bullet, but I want to add secondary bullet points. Address the Dr. Watson, as Doctor not by first name. Every sentence should be cited, APA 6th Edition. I need it to be very detailed.

Assignment Grading Criteria

Nursing Theorist Presentation

Week Three

Select and complete one of the following assignments:

Option 1: Microsoft? PowerPoint? Presentation
Option 2: Prezi Presentation

Option 1: Microsoft? PowerPoint? Presentation

Select a theorist from those presented in Nursing Theories.

Compose a 5- to 8-slide Microsoft? PowerPoint? presentation.

Include the following:

? Information about the theorist?s life, nursing role, and time period
? An introduction to the theory, what level it falls under, and what influenced its development
? The constructs of this theory in relation to the nursing metaparadigm
? The influence the theorist has or had on practice
? How the theory continues to influence the role of the nurse

Include speaker notes for each slide of your presentation.

Cite a minimum of five scholarly sources.

Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.

Note. Points are awarded based on the quality of the content submitted and the degree to which assignment expectations are met.

Content
8 points possible Points possible Points earned
Describes the theorist?s life, nursing role, and time period .5
Describes the level of the nursing theory .5
Identifies two to three influences upon the development of the theory 1
Describes the theory in relation to the four constructs of the nursing metaparadigm 2
Describes three influences the theorist has or had on nursing practice 2
Describes how the theory continues to influence the role of the nurse 2
Format
2 point possible Points possible Points earned
Follows rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation 2
Has a structure that is clear, logical, and easy to follow
Consistent with APA guidelines for formatting and citation of outside works
Meets the specified length requirements of the assignment
Cites the required number of sources
Includes speaker notes for each position in the presentation
Total 10

Option 2: Prezi Presentation

Resource: Prezi (www.prezi.com)

Select a theorist from those presented in Nursing Theories.

Create a 5- to 8-frame Prezi presentation.

Include the following:

? Information about the theorist?s life, nursing role, and time period
? An introduction to the theory, what level it falls under, and what influenced its development
? The constructs of this theory in relation to the nursing metaparadigm
? The influence the theorist had on practice
? How the theory continues to influence the role of the nurse

Include speaker notes for each frame of your presentation.

Cite a minimum of five scholarly sources.

Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.

Submit your assignment as a Microsoft? Word document containing a link to your Prezi? presentation, your speaker notes, and your reference page.

Note. Points are awarded based on the quality of the content submitted and the degree to which assignment expectations are met.
PowerPoint Tips

Remember that Speaker’s Notes found under the slide in the Normal View are essential if others are to understand your goals for the presentation. On each slide, you will see a white box under the slide where you will find the “Click to add notes” text box which is for your notes. All information taken from outside sources must be properly cited in the speaker notes.

The slides should include only bullet points – not even written in complete sentences – and the rest of the details – what you would say if we were listening to your presentation – goes in the Speaker’s Notes under each slide.

Keys to Effective PowerPoint Presentations
? Use no more than five words per line

? Use no more than five lines per slide

? Use no more than one topic per slide

? Use clear simple fonts, such as Arial, as they are easier to read

? Use light colored font on dark backgrounds, or dark colored fonts on light background

? Insert a slide with a chart or graph to break up reading slides

? When considering ClipArt, use quality images or none at all

? Remember copyright laws when taking an image from the Internet

TIPS: Don’t use too many photographs, because they are often large files. There’s a size limit to files sent through OLS – 10 MB. If you use a graphic that has been published, you need to cite it like you would any other published resource you use.

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Core Concepts of Jean Watson?s Theory of Human Caring/Caring Science
The Core Priniciples/Practices: Evolving From Carative to Caritas (Watson, 2008, p. 34) ? Practice of loving-kindness and equanimity ? Authentic presence: enabling deep belief of other (patient, colleague, family, etc.) ? Cultivation of one?s own spiritual practice toward wholeness of mind/body/spirit?beyond ego ? ?Being? the caring-healing environment ? Allowing miracles (openness to the unexpected and inexplicable life events)
Core Concepts of the Theory: ? A relational caring for self and others based on a moral/ethical/philosophical foundation of love and values
? Transpersonal caring relationship (going beyond ego to higher ?spiritual? caring created by ?Caring Moments?) ? Moral commitment to protect and enhance human dignity ? Respect/?love? for the person?honoring his/her needs, wishes, routines, and rituals ? Caring Consciousness of self as person/nurse and other as person?connection as human beings ? Heart-centered/healing caring based on practicing and honoring wholeness of mind- body-spirit in self and each other ? Inner harmony (equanimity)?maintaining balance ? Intention of ?doing? for another and ?being? with another who is in need (What (skills) you do and how (caring conscious intention) you do it.) ? ?Authentic Presence? (honoring/connecting human to human)
? Caring Occasion/Caring Moment: Heart-centered Encounters with another person When two people, each with their own ?phenomenal field?/background come together in a human-to-human transaction that is meaningful, authentic, intentional, honoring the person, and sharing human experience that expands each person?s worldview and spirit leading to new discovery of self and other and new life possibilities.
? Multiple ways of knowing (through science, art, aesthetic, ethical, intuitive, personal, cultural, spiritual)
? Reflective/meditative approach (increasing consciousness and presence to the humanism of self and other) (see Cara, C. (2003). A Pragmatic View of Jean Watson?s Caring Theory, www.humancaring.org (under ?continuing education) ? Understanding self through reflection/meditation (journaling, the arts, meditation, etc.) o What is the meaning of caring for the person/families/myself? o How do I express my caring consciousness and commitment to my patients/clients? To colleagues? To the institution? To the community and larger world? o How do I define self, nurse, person, environment, health/healing, and nursing? o How do I make a difference in people?s life and suffering? o How do I increase the quality of people?s healing and dying process? o How can I be informed by the clinical caritas processes in my practice? o How can I be inspired by Watson?s caring theory in my practice?

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? Understanding the patient/client/family as a person: Inviting story (Tell me about yourself, your life experiences, your feelings, your bodily sensations, your goals and expectations, your culture, etc., so I may honor you and your healing pathway.) ? Understanding the patient/client?s health needs: o Tell me about your health? What is it like to be in your situation? o Tell me how you perceive yourself? What are your health priorities? o How do you envision your life? o What is the meaning of healing for you?
? Caring is inclusive, circular, and expansive: Caring for self, caring for each other, caring for patients/clients/families, caring for the environment/nature and the universe.
? Caring changes self, others, and the culture of groups/environments.
? Watson?s 10 Carative Factors redefined as Caritas Processes: Guidelines for putting Love/Heart-Centered Caring practice into action:
1. Practicing loving-kindness and equanimity within context of caring consciousness. 2. Being authentically present and enabling, and sustaining the deep belief system and subjective life world of self and one-being cared for. 3. Cultivating one?s own spiritual practices and transpersonal self, going beyond ego self. 4. Developing and sustaining a helping-trusting, authentic caring relationship. 5. Being present to, and supportive of the expression of positive and negative feelings. 6. Creatively using self and all ways of knowing as part of the caring process; engaging in artistry of caring-healing practices. 7. Engaging in genuine teaching-learning experience that attends to wholeness and meaning, attempting to stay within other?s frame of reference. 8. Creating healing environment at all levels, whereby wholeness, beauty, comfort, dignity, and peace are potentiated. 9. Assisting with basic needs, with an intentional caring consciousness, administering ?human care essentials,? which potentiate alignment of mind-body-spirit, wholeness in all aspects of care. 10. Opening and attending to mysterious dimensions of one?s life-death; soul care for self and the one-being-cared for; ?allowing and being open to miracles.?

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Evolution of Jean Watson?s Carative Factors/Caritas Processes Over Time
Carative Factors (1979, 1985)
Caritas Processes (2002-2008)
(Some agencies/individuals refer to the Caritas Processes as ?Caring Practices.?)
Caritas Literacy (Competencies) (from draft of working document subgroup of International Caritas Consortium, ? June 2007, Jean Watson, et al.; modified by Jean Watson, Jan. 30, 2008) from Watson, J. (2008). Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring (rev. ed.), Boulder: University Press of Colorado (pp.281-288).
Caritas Consciousness
1 Formation of humanistic- altruistic system of values
Practicing loving-kindness and equanimity within context of caring consciousness.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Embrace altruistic values and practice loving kindness with self and others.
Practice acts of kindness. (Hebrew Rehabilitation Center[HRC])
My respect for this patient (others) allows me to be available to him/her: ? Opens to connectedness w/ self, others, environment, universe; ? Models self-care and caring for others. ? Validates uniqueness of self and others. ? Acknowledges acts of kindness. ? Honors own and others? gifts and talents. ? Recognizes vulnerabilities in self and others. ? Treats self and others with loving kindness. ? Listens respectively with genuine concern to others. ? Accepts self and others as they are. ? Demonstrates respect for self and others. ? Listens to others. ? Treats others with kindness. ? Pays attention to others. ? Respects others. ? Honors human dignity of self and others.
2 Instillation of faith-hope
Being authentically present and enabling and sustaining the deep belief system of self and one being cared for.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Instill faith and hope and honor others
Instill trust and hope by being available to meet the needs of others. (HRC)
By listening, I was able to honor this patient?s (other?s) belief system and enable him/her to feel his/her own sense of faith/hope. ? Creates opportunity for silence/reflection/pause. ? Promotes intentional human connection with others. ? Views life as a mystery to be explored rather than a problem to be solved. ? Able to release control to a higher power. ? Interacts with caring arts and sciences to promote healing and wholeness. ? Incorporates other?s values, beliefs, and what is meaningful and important to them into care plan. ? Utilizes appropriate eye contact and touch. ? Calls others by their preferred name. ? Helps others to believe in themselves. ? Learns about and supports others? beliefs. ? Supports others? sense of hope. ? Encourages others in their ability to go on with life. ? Views person as human being and not object.

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3 Cultivation of sensitivity to oneself and others
Cultivating one?s own spiritual practices and transpersonal self, going beyond ego self (working from a more full consciousness of heart-centeredness?opening to all chakras)
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Be sensitive to self and others by nurturing individual beliefs, personal growth, and practices.
Nurture individual spiritual beliefs and religious practices. (HRC)
By being more responsive to the patient?s(other?s) needs and feelings, I was able to create a more trusting-helping- caring relationship.
? Practices self-reflection (journaling, prayer, meditation, artistic expression); demonstrates willingness to explore one?s feelings, beliefs and values for self-growth. ? Practices discernment in evaluating circumstances and situations vs. being judgmental. ? Develops meaningful rituals for practicing gratitude, forgiveness, surrender, and compassion. ? Accepts self and others on a basic spiritual level as unique and worthy of our respect and caring. ? Transforms ?tasks? into healing interactions. ? Demonstrates ability to forgive self and others. ? Demonstrates genuine interest in others. ? Values the intrinsic goodness of one?s self and others as human beings. ? Practices from heart-center
4 Development of a helping- trusting (human caring) relationship
Developing and sustaining a helping-trusting authentic caring relationships.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Develop helping-trusting caring relationships.
Develop helpful and trusting relationships with residents/ patients, families, and staff. (HRC)
I develop helping-trusting caring relationships with patients (others), families, and members of the health care team.
? Enters into the experience to explore the possibilities in the moment and in the relationship. ? Holds others with unconditional love and regard. ? Seeks to work from the other?s subjective frame of reference. ? Holds a sacred space of healing for others in their time of need. ? Practices non-judgmental attitudes. ? Responds to others with congruence to others? lived experience. ? Practices authentic presence: o Brings full honest, genuine self to relationship. o Demonstrates sensitivity and openness to others. o Engages in I-Thou relationships vs. I-It relationships. ? Demonstrates awareness of own and other?s style of communications (verbal and nonverbal). ? Seeks clarification as needed. ? Promotes direct, constructive, respectful communication: o Engages in communication that promotes healthy living; does not engage in gossip. o Engages in effective, loving communication; does not engage in rumors. o Engages in proactive problem-solving; does not engage in chronic/excessive complaining. o Encourages activities that maximize independence and individual freedom, not dependence. o Engages in activities that promote healthy growth. o Engages in activities that promote safe ethical, mature,

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healthy growth experiences; does not engage in unethical, illegal, safety-risk or seductive behavior. ? Allows others to choose best time to talk about their concern(s).
5 Promotion and acceptance of the expression of positive and negative feelings
Being present to, and supportive of the expression of positive and negative feelings as a connection with deeper spirit of self and the one-being-cared for
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Promote and accept positive and negative feelings; authentically listen to another?s story.
Promote and accept the expression of positive and negative feelings. (HRC)
I co-create caring relationships in caring environments to promote spiritual growth.
? Creates/holds sacred space (safe place for unfolding and emerging.) ? Acknowledges healing as an inner journey. ? Allows for uncertainty and the unknown. ? Encourages narrative/storytelling as a way to express understanding. ? Allows for story to emerge, change, and grow. ? Encourages reflection of feelings and experiences. ? Offers blessings, prayer, and spiritual expression as appropriate. ? Helps others see some good aspects of their situation. ? Actively listens and lets the energy flow through one?s self without being consumed by other?s feelings. ? Accepts and helps others deal with their negative feelings.
6 Systematic use of the scientific problem-solving method of decision-making
Refined in 1985: Systematic use of creative problem-solving caring process
Creatively using self and all ways of knowing as part of the caring processes; engaging in artistry of caring-healing practices.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Use creative scientific problem- solving methods for caring decision-making.
Use creative problem-solving to meet the needs of others. (HRC)
I exercise other-centered problem solving and scholarship in caring for this patient (other).
? Integrates aesthetics, ethical, empirical, personal, and metaphysical ways of knowing with creative, imaginative, and critical thinking for full expression of caring arts and sciences. ? Acknowledges and integrates an awareness that the presence of oneself is an effective element of the plan of care for others. ? Uses self to create healing environments via: intentional touch; voice, authentic presence; movement; artistic expression; journaling; play- laughter-gaiety; spontaneity; music/sound; preparation; breathing; relaxation/imagery/ visualization; intentionality; appropriate eye contact; smiling/positive gestures; active listening; nature/light/sound/noise protection; etc.?. ? Encourages others to ask questions. ? Helps others explore alternative ways, to find new meaning in their situations/life journeys in dealing with their health/self-health approaches.
7 Promotion of interpersonal teaching-
Engaging in genuine teaching- learning experiences that attend to unity of being and meaning,
The co-created caring relationship promotes knowledge, growth, empowerment and healing processes and possibilities for patients (others) and for self.

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learning.
Refined in 1985: Promoting transpersonal teaching- learning
attempting to stay within another?s frame of reference.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Share teaching and learning that addresses the individual needs, readiness, and learning styles.
Perform teaching and learning that addresses individual needs and learning styles. (HRC)
? Actively listens with one?s whole being to others telling their life experiences. ? Speaks calmly, quietly, and respectively to others, giving them full attention at the moment. ? Seeks first to learn from others, understand their worldview; then shares, coaches, and provides information, tools, and options to meet others? needs (works from others? frame of reference). ? Participates in collegial/collaborative co-creation. ? Accepts others as they are and where they are with their understanding, knowledge, readiness to learn. ? Helps others understand how they are thinking about their illness/health. ? Asks others what they know about their illness/health. ? Helps others formulate and give voice to questions and concerns to ask health care professionals.
8 Provision for a supportive, protective, and/or corrective mental, physical, sociocultural, and spiritual environment.
Creating healing environment at all levels (physical, non-physical, subtle environment of energy and consciousness), whereby wholeness, beauty, comfort, dignity, and peace are potentiated.
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Create healing environment for the physical and spiritual self which respects human dignity.
Create a healing environment for physical and spiritual needs. (HRC)
By promoting the caring relationship I created space for this patient (other) to generate his/her own wholeness and healing.
? Creates space for human connections to naturally occur. ? Participates in caring-healing consciousness. ? Creates caring intentions. ? Creates a healing environment attending to: ? Nurse as environment ? Other as unique person ? Light ? Art ? Water ? Noise ? Cleanliness ? Privacy ? Nutrition ? Beauty ? Safety ? Hand washing ? Comfort measures ? Others? times frames ? Others? routines and rituals ? Is available to others. ? Pays attention to others when they are talking. ? Anticipates others? needs
9 Assistance with gratification of human needs.
Reverently and respectfully assisting with basic needs, with an intentional caring consciousness, administering ?human care essentials,? which
I was able to help meet the needs this patient (other) identified for him/herself.
? Views others as integrated whole. ? Respects others? unique individual needs.

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potentiate alignment of mind- body-spirit, wholeness and unity of being in all aspects of care; (allowing for spirit-filled connection).
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Assist with basic physical, emotional, and spiritual human needs.
Assist with basic physical and emotional needs. (HRC)
? Makes others as comfortable as possible. ? Helps others feel less worried. ? Is responsive to others? family, significant others, loved ones. ? Respects others? need for privacy. ? Respects others? perceptions of the world and their unique needs. ? Involves family/significant others. ? Treats others? body carefully as mystery of participating in life force of another. ? Helps others with special needs for relaxation, restoration, and sleep. ? Talks openly to family.
10 Allowance for existential- phenomenological forces
Refined in 1985: Allowance for existential- phenomenological -spiritual forces
Opening and attending to spiritual-mysterious, and unknown existential dimensions of one?s own life-death-suffering; soul care for self and the one- being-cared for; ?allowing for a miracle?
Wording of other systems using Watson?s theory: Open to mystery and allow miracles to happen.
Slow down and allow space for unexpected wonder. (HRC)
Be open to discovery of possibilities and miraculous life- death events.
I allow for miracles to take place with self and others.
? Allows for the unknown to unfold. ? Participates in paradox of life. ? Surrenders control and anticipates miracles. ? Nurtures/ supports hope. ? Shares and participates in human caring moments as appropriate. ? Acknowledges one?s own and others? inner feelings. ? Knows what is important to self and others. ? Shows respect for those things that have meaning to others. ? Believes that fundamental love and good abounds in all situations where life exists. ? Accepts that some life happenings are inexplicable.
Cara, C. (2003). A Pragmatic View of Jean Watson?s Caring Theory, www.humancaring.org (under ?continuing education?) Watson, J. (2008). Nursing: The Philosophy and Science of Caring (rev. ed.), Boulder: University Press of Colorado.


 

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Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

In this assignment, you will select a program, quality improvement initiative, or other project from your place of employment. Assume you are presenting this program to the board for approval of funding. Write an executive summary (850-1,000 words) to present to the board, from which they will make their decision to fund your program or project. The summary should include:

The purpose of the program or project.The target population or audience.The benefits of the program or projectThe cost or budget justification.The basis upon which the program or project will be evaluated.

Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Request their feedback using the following questions as prompts:

Do you believe the proposal would be approved if formally proposed?What are some strengths and weaknesses of the proposal?

In addition to submitting this assignment in the LoudCloud dropbox.

Submit the written proposal along with the “Executive Summary Feedback Form.”

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin.

NRS451V. ExecutiveSummaryFeedbackForm_2-24-24.doc

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Now that you have completed the project what is your role in advancing population-based care in your community?

Now that you have completed the project what is your role in advancing population-based care in your community?

Practicum

Present Population-Based Nursing Care Project

Congratulations! You are now in Week 6. This is our last week of the team Dicussion board.

Now, let’s wrap up the Population-Based Nursing Care Project!

This week, your instructor has assigned you to create a PowerPoint presentation that summarizes your Population-Based Nursing Care Plan Project. (See rubric in Course Info).

Instructions:

Post your PowerPoint presentation by Day 5 of this week.( You will also submit the presentation to the Week 6 Assignment 1 submission link )
Review all of your team members’ presentations. Respond by Day 7 to at least two of your colleagues’ initial postings:
Please address the following:

Describe a potential evaluation plan.
Now that you have completed the project what is your role in advancing population-based care in your community?
In your current practice and as a health leader in your community how will you collaborate with other healthcare providers to promote the health of your community?
Support your response with references from the professional nursing literature.


 

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Why should we care about ethics and standards?

Discussion Question 1: Why should we care about ethics and standards?

Discussion Question 2: How can you contribute toward building a more ethical environment?

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HealthCare Informatics

Choose a specific focus of patient practice (e.g., acute care hospital, clinic, primary care, long-term care, home health). Select a particular disease process (congestive heart failure, fall, diabetes, etc.). Identify and fully describe a technology element that could be involved in providing care to a patient with your selected disease process and the patient practice. Define how this technology will integrate treatment, monitoring or communication from the identified care setting to the home and then to ongoing care through the clinic.

Your case report must include the following:

1. Introduction with a problem statement and your disease process described from the focus of patient practice.

2. Synthesized literature review.

3. Description of the case/situation/conditions. Use a real life patient situation or condition to describe your case, including the problems the patient encounters and the barriers to care.

4. Describe at least one technology that may be used as a solution to the patient situation or condition described in your case.

5. Describe how the technology can be used specifically in the case you have proposed.

6. Summary of the case integrating proposed solutions(s).

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HealthCare Informatics

Choose a specific focus of patient practice (e.g., acute care hospital, clinic, primary care, long-term care, home health). Select a particular disease process (congestive heart failure, fall, diabetes, etc.). Identify and fully describe a technology element that could be involved in providing care to a patient with your selected disease process and the patient practice. Define how this technology will integrate treatment, monitoring or communication from the identified care setting to the home and then to ongoing care through the clinic.

Your case report must include the following:

1. Introduction with a problem statement and your disease process described from the focus of patient practice.

2. Synthesized literature review.

3. Description of the case/situation/conditions. Use a real life patient situation or condition to describe your case, including the problems the patient encounters and the barriers to care.

4. Describe at least one technology that may be used as a solution to the patient situation or condition described in your case.

5. Describe how the technology can be used specifically in the case you have proposed.

6. Summary of the case integrating proposed solutions(s).

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Discuss changes in your nursing practice that align to your specialization track’s professional competencies and/or plans to achieve certification

Discuss changes in your nursing practice that align to your specialization track’s professional competencies and/or plans to achieve certification

MSN Program Outcomes (Nursing Informatics)
Order Description
The focus of this assignment is on achievement of the MSN Program Learning Outcomes. At this time you are asked to critically reflect on your MSN journey, learning,
and its application in your work life. Now is the time to summarize in a brief paper your achievement of the MSN program learning outcomes. Please use the MSN program
learning outcomes: general and specialization track. You may include reference to your specialization track professional competencies to articulate your achievements
as an MSN prepared nurse.
You will submit a 4-5 page paper using APA formatting (excluding title page and reference page). Be sure to cite at least three references using APA format.
• Introduce your paper identifying your MSN specialization track and the overall outline of your paper. Specialty track is Nursing Informatics. You may use attached
paper written by me in nursing informatics if needed.
• Articulate your learning across the program using the MSN core and specialization program learning outcomes
• Provide evidence (examples) of how you have applied this learning to your nursing practice
• Discuss changes in your nursing practice that align to your specialization track’s professional competencies and/or plans to achieve certification
• Discuss goals for life-long learning as an MSN prepared nurse
• Appropriately cites scholarly work and references used in this paper
• Conclusion
Master’s program in nursing general outcomes:
Specialty outcomes in nursing informatics:
• Utilize informatics in health care settings to improve patient outcomes.
• Evaluate applications that acquire, process and report clinical and financial information.to enhance patient care.
• Demonstrate data management skills that target opportunities to improve patient safety.
• Develop a detailed project management plan for evaluating, contracting and implementing new technologies to improve health outcomes and reduce risk.
• University Principles and MSN Program Learning Outcomes Aligned with this Course
• Accountability:
Analyze models that expand the role of nurses in a global society.
Use theoretical knowledge to guide graduate nursing practice.
• Citizenship:
Evaluate legislation, policies, and economics as applied to the current healthcare environment.
• Leadership:
Integrate roles as leaders and collaborators in various healthcare settings.
• Scholarship:
Appraise research to enhance professional nursing practice.
• American Sentinel University Nursing Programs encourage graduates of this specialty track to prepare for and complete specialty nursing certification aligned with
your clinical practice area. Please review the eligibility criteria by accessing the certification organization’s website. A Uniform Resource Locator (URL) link to the
website is also provided. For Informatics, please see the ANCC Informatics Nursing Certification Web Page.


 

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