EVALUATE THE APPLICATION OF NURSING THEORIES AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS TO THE ADVANCED NURSE ROLES.

Reflection

Review the course outcomes at the beginning of the course (also listed in the course Syllabus) and assess how you have met each outcome. Include in your Discussion how assignments and readings have contributed to your development as a nurse in an advanced role. Remember to share some of your thoughts related to specific websites you found of value in your discussion.

Course Outcomes: By the end of this course, you should be able to:

MN502-1: Explain how conceptual knowledge applies to the advanced nurse roles.

MN502-2: Evaluate the application of nursing theories and conceptual frameworks to the advanced nurse roles.

MN502-3: Formulate a professional nursing philosophy based upon the roles and responsibilities of the advanced nurse.

MN502-4: Create a conceptual framework based on nursing science, theory, and research to guide the advanced nurse roles.

Outcomes were fully met. Include 3 references.

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There are many factors that affect chronic illness—chronic pain, stigma, social isolation, altered mobility, or fatigue. Utilizing your learning from your readings and the South University Online Library resources, respond to the following questions:

  • Based on the research, which of these factors have the greatest impact on a patient? Why? Contrast at least two ways the factors would affect a twelve-year-old with the way they would affect a seventy-five-year-old.
  • Consider the twelve-year-old and the seventy-five-year-old have a chronic illness. How does the chronically ill patient’s illness trajectory influence the plan of care?
  • Review Healthypeople.gov website. Discuss how you feel these goals will impact the health of the nation. Briefly discuss how you could incorporate these goals/objectives into your day-to-day nursing practice.

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