Project #9029 - Bachelor's Nursing Concepts

One of the first steps in creating a project is to select an appropriate topic. It is not unusual to start with a rather broad topic, and then narrow it down to a specific aspect of that topic. For example, you might start with the broad topic of diabetes and narrow it down to diabetes care for children in an outpatient setting. After the topic has been narrowed down, the specific problem or concern you are interested in studying should be stated in a problem statement.

Review the available resources noted in the unit studies with particular attention to the "Your Topic" section of Planning: Research Question and Topic. For this discussion, select a topic that you feel is important to nurses today for your final course project. This can be of local, national or global importance. Then, using the available resources from your course text, readings, the Capella Writing Center, library, Internet, and your own knowledge, compose two or three paragraphs that identify, describe, and explain your chosen topic.

Finally, based on those paragraphs, compose a problem statement. The problem statement helps to narrow down your topic from a broad perspective to a narrower, more precise aspect of the topic that you are interested in. For example, if your topic is diabetes education, your problem statement might be: "The problem of concern for this paper is how to design diabetes education for children who are from diverse populations and do not speak English."

Your initial post should be a minimum of 150–200 words in length and include your topic description (going from a broad topic to a more specific topic), problem statement, and a brief discussion of the specific problem and its importance to nurses.

 

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Drawing on your knowledge from the readings from the Blais text, the ANA text, and your own experience, discuss the following items. Use the lens of your current (or future) practice setting as you consider your answers and frame your initial response. For example, if you are a nurse working in the behavioral health field or in an academic or school setting (or aspire to be), reflect on how these questions relate to your job description, duties, and view of yourself as a nurse in your practice setting and specialty area.

  • Why do we need standards?
  • Can they be applied to all areas of professional nursing practice?
  • Do any of these standards have a particular impact upon your current (or future) nursing practice?
  • How do you see these nursing standards as part of your professional practice?
  • Are they listed in your job description?
  • Do any of the criteria or standards present potential difficulties or concerns for you?
  • Which ones do you feel are the most applicable to you on a daily basis? Monthly basis? Not at all?
  • Comment on any thoughts, questions, concerns, or suggestions for additional standards and practice guidelines.

Note: You may use the first person for this discussion.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 07/17/2013 12:00 pm
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