The analysis and synthesis will utilize the NLN core competencies to discuss issues related to the application of the nurse educator role, strategies and approaches that were applied to the role, and a description and analysis of the clinical project that was undertaken. An evaluation of achievement for the goal and objectives for the practicum experience will be discussed. Facilitate Learning Academic nurse educators
Writing Assignment 2.1: Nursing Practice Act The Nursing practice act provides people who have an interest in the nursing profession specialized knowledge, judgment and skills of nursing science. Some of the sciences involved with nursing are biology, physics, behavioral, and social. With the Registered Nursing license the nurse has a scope of practice, knowledge of the nursing process, the possibility of practicing advanced nursing and prescriptive privileges. As a student there are guidelines to obtain a license, activities that could lead to the loss of my license and the important use of continuing education credits. There are special requirements that nursing schools have to implement to have well educated students.
Graduates of the program will be able to: • Identify and analyze theoretical concepts. • Critique and evaluate theories from nursing and related disciplines. • Integrate concepts and relevant theories into specialized nursing practice. Human Diversity and Social Issues Graduates of Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Nursing program will be able to understand and appreciate human diversity and social issues in health and illness. Graduates of the program will be able to: • Utilize epidemiological principles to collect and analyze data.
Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education and its use in Nursing Education Devon M. Jones NUR/427 November 21, 2011 Marc Verlasky Abstract Today’s nurse is faced with caring for patients with more complex diseases and addressing the needs of each patient. Bloom’s taxonomy was developed as a tool for educators to classify learning objectives and skills for students. This taxonomy has been used extensively by educators in allied health fields, including nursing, to structure lesson plans and outcome testing (Larkin & Burton, 2008). In this paper the description of research conducted on Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education and its use in Nursing Education will be discussed, the application of the research conducted in Nursing Education, and the discussion of the three domains outlined in Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education. Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education and its use in Nursing Education Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education research was conducted to allow staff members to more clearly understand the patient’s situation and think more critically in preventing patient complications.
The BRN serves to protect patient. A PNO consist of groups of nurses that gather for the purpose of education, and overall growth of the nursing profession and the patients they serve. PNO’s give a nurse peer support and continuing education. Regulatory agencies’ primary role is to protect the public through the Board of Registered Nurses (BRN). It is responsible for the writing of the Nurse Practice Act, which governs the scope of practice for all levels of nursing (ANA, 2012).
Patient education should be personalized and suitable to the educational level of the patient, treatment, and management requirements of the diagnosed disease to promote active involvement from the patient in their plan of care. Together, the nursing process and Bloom’s taxonomy help with the development of educational plans to stimulate patient participation. Cognitive Domain A nurse must first assess the patient’s intellectual aptitude to effectively allocate medical knowledge. Clark (2013) stated, “Cognitive domain is the recall or recognition of specific facts, procedural patterns, and concepts that serve in the development of intellectual abilities and skills” (2). The cognitive domain includes six categories that must follow sequential order before moving to the next stage.
Hand washing and infection prevention is one of the most under stressed areas of healthcare. It is the job of Team A to guide and direct the learning and behavioral changes needed to be successful as a healthcare worker. As nurse educators we realize the basic understanding of critical thinking lies within the Socratic Method, this is the strategy we will use to present the information on infection prevention. According to DeYoung (2009) “In this method, all thoughts are treated as if they are in need of further development and refinement, regardless of how reflective they may be” (p. 226). Our purpose is for the students to have clarity about our topic and as instructors we will hold them accountable for the information presented.
Their resources for my particular need, included course and tools for faculty development, resources for practical nurse curriculums including testing and simulations. NLN advocacy for the profession, faculty, students and the public consists of ensuring that quality evidenced based education is effectively delivered for continued professional growth. Both the regulatory and professional nurse organizations have the goals of protecting and progressing the nurse practice. While the SBN’s role is to administer, regulate and enforce nurse practice in each state for the promotion and integrity of the nursing profession. The professional nurse organization in relation to the promotion and integrity of the nurse profession, advocates for the nursing profession by providing continued information to nurses and the public regarding nursing values, professional standards and specialty content
Critique to Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Name of Student Institution of Affiliation Critique to Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Evidence-based Practice (EBP) is a study aimed at finding the effectiveness of the design-models put in place through the incorporation of information obtained from patients and clinicians (Levin, Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk, Barness & Vetter, 2011, p.22). EBP is important because it offers an insight into the effectiveness of the models put in place in the healthcare system, their effectiveness while at the same time reducing the costs. EBP can be thought of as a practice aimed at empowering the medical practitioners while at the same time ensuring that patients get the best health care at a reduced cost (Levin at al., 2011, p.21). EBP is a systematic research review whose impact will continue to benefit both the patients and nurses in the medical healthcare setting. According to Levin et al.
Nurses should get effective workforce planning to get more data and information. 4. Nurses should practice and get higher level of education and training. The nursing education primary goal is patient safety. “Two consensus reports from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) which calls for greater interprofessional education of physicians, nurses, and other health professionals, as well as new methods of improving and demonstrating competency throughout one’s career (IOM, 2003b, 2009)” The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation of nursing research network is estimate costs of nursing education for different degree levels.