Nr501np 2023 may week 1 to week 8 all discussions done 100% correct

  • Question # 00837305
  • Course Code : NR501
  • Subject: Health Care
  • Posted On: 05/13/2023 07:31 PM
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week 1 discussion

Discussion Criteria

1. Application of Course Knowledge: The student post contributes unique perspectives or insights gleaned from personal experience or examples from the healthcare field. The student must accurately and fully discuss the topic for the week in addition to providing personal or professional examples. The student must completely answer the entire initial question.

2. Engagement in Meaningful Dialogue: The student responds to a student peer and course faculty to further dialogue.

o   Peer Response: The student responds substantively to at least one topic-related post by a student peer. A substantive post adds content or insights or asks a question that will add to the learning experience and/or generate discussion. 

o   A post of “I agree” with a repeat of the other student’s post does not count as a substantive post. A collection of shallow posts does not equal a substantive post.

o   The peer response?must occur on a separate day from the initial posting. 

o   The peer response must occur before Sunday,?11:59 p.m. MT.? 

o   Faculty Response: The student responds substantively to at least one question by course faculty. The faculty question may be directed to the student, to another student, or to the entire class.   

o   A post of “I agree” with a repeat of the faculty’s post does not count as a substantive post. A collection of shallow posts does not equal a substantive post.

o   The faculty response?must occur on a separate day from the initial posting. 

3. Integration of Evidence: The student post provides support from a minimum of one scholarly in-text citation with a matching reference and assigned readings or online lessons, per discussion topic per week.

o   What is a scholarly resource? A scholarly resource is one that comes from a professional, peer-reviewed publication (e.g., journals and government reports such as those from the FDA or CDC).

o   Contains references for sources cited

o   Written by a professional or scholar in the field and indicates credentials of the author(s)

o   Is no more than 5 years old for clinical or research articles

o   What is not considered a scholarly resource? 

o   Newspaper articles and layperson literature (e.g., Readers Digest, Healthy

o   Life Magazine, Food, and Fitness)

o   Information from Wikipedia  or any wiki

o   Textbooks

o   Website homepages

o   The weekly lesson

o   Articles in healthcare and nursing-oriented trade magazines, such as Nursing Made Incredibly Easy and RNMagazine (Source: What is a scholarly article.docx; Created 06/09 CK/CL  Revised: 02/17/11,  09/02/11  nlh/clm)

o   Can the lesson for the week be used as a scholarly source?

o   Information from the weekly lesson can be cited in a posting; however, it is not to be the sole source used in the post.

o   Are resources provided from CU acceptable sources (e.g., the readings for the week)?

o   Not as a sole source within the post. The textbook and/or assigned (required) articles for the week can be used, but another outside source must be cited for full credit. Textbooks are not considered scholarly sources for the purpose of discussions.

o   Are websites acceptable as scholarly resources for discussions?

o   Yes, if they are documents or data cited from credible websites. Credible websites usually end in .gov or .edu; however, some .org sites that belong to professional associations (e.g., American Heart Association, National League for Nursing, American Diabetes Association) are also considered credible websites. Websites ending with .com are not to be used as scholarly resources.

4. Professionalism in Communication: The post presents information in logical, meaningful, and understandable sequence, and is clearly relevant to the discussion topic. Grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation are accurate.

5. Wednesday Participation Requirement: The student provides a substantive response to the graded discussion question(s) or topic(s), posted by the course faculty (not a response to a peer), by Wednesday, 11:59 p.m. MT of each week.

6. Total Participation Requirement: The student provides at least three substantive posts (one to the initial question or topic, one to a student peer, and one to a faculty question) on two different days during the week.

Preparing the Assignment

For many?students enrolled in NR501, this is an initial course for nursing?theory.?So, let's have a debate.?Is nursing theory important to the?nursing profession? In particular, is it important for nurse practitioners? Does theory inform nurse practitioner practice??If you believe that it is important, explain why it is?useful.?If you do not believe that it is useful, explain why nursing theory?is not necessary to the profession.?



















week 2

Preparing the Assignment

Nursing knowledge is classified in a variety of ways, one of which is Carper's Patterns of Knowing (Carper, 1978). Carper's framework offers a lens through which the nurse can reflect upon insights acquired through empirical, ethical, personal, and aesthetic knowledge (Carper, 1978). Through intentional reflection using Carper's Patterns of Knowing, nurses can process experiential learning and knowledge acquired through practice. The purpose of this assignment is to reflect upon a specific practice situation and better understand the professional knowledge and insights obtained through that experience.

Criteria for Content

1.      Think of a surprising or challenging practice situation in which you felt underprepared, unprepared, or uncomfortable.

2.      Select an important nursing issue/topic that was inherent to the identified situation.

3.      Briefly?explain the situation.

4.      Identify the nursing issue inherent in the identified situation

1.      As a method of refection, use Carper's Patterns of Knowing to analyze the situation. In your discussion, address ONE of the following Patterns of Knowing:

1.      What do you think was the underlying reason for the situation? (Esthetics)

2.      What were your thoughts and feeling in the situation? (Personal)

3.      What was one personal belief that impacted your actions? (Ethics)

4.      What evidence in nursing literature supports the nursing importance of the identified issue? (Empirical)

5.      What new insights did you gain through this reflective practice opportunity? How will this apply to your practice as a nurse practitioner? Be sure to use scholarly literature to support your position.









week 4



Preparing the Assignment

Identify your specialty area of NP practice. Select a nursing theory, borrowed theory, or interdisciplinary theory provided in the lesson plan or one of your own findings. Address the following:

•        Origin

•        Meaning and scope

•        Logical adequacy

•        Usefulness and simplicity

•        Generalizability

•        Testability

Finally, provide an example how the theory could be used to improve or evaluate the quality of practice in your specific setting. What rationale can you provide that validates the theory as applicable to the role of the nurse practitioner.







week 6



Preparing the Assignment

Which of the culture and caring theories most resonates with you for your practice as an NP? How does the theory integrate the nursing paradigm?? What parts of the theory do you identify with? How does the theory help to meet CLAS standards to advance health equity?





week 8





Kaltura presentation       35          47%              Kaltura is used for presentation. Recording is clear. Length of recording is between 5-10 minutes. 

Peer discussion post #1  15          20%            

Student responds substantively to a peer’s presentation, answering the following questions:


Does the chosen theory apply to the stated issue or concern presented?

Is the presentation clear and easy to follow?

Did the presentation provide sufficient evidence to support the presenter’s recommendations?

Is there an alternate theory that you would suggest for the issue or concern?

Does the presentation add to nursing knowledge?

What applications do you see for the content of this presentation to your practice as an NP?  








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