Your Assignment: Select one of the topics below (A, B, or C) and answer the questions that are listed. The body of the paper should be no more than 5 pages in length. The paper must be typed, double-spaced, and using appropriate APA format and references.
There should be a minimum of three (3) scholarly references. (Wikipedia and encyclopedias are not acceptable as scholarly references. ) References and citations are to follow APA format guidelines. (Include title page, running head, page numbers, and correct format for citations and reference list).
This paper is worth 20% of the total course grade.Breakdown of scoring is as follows: • APA Format 20 points: (Includes: Margins and headings (1pt), Running Head and page numbers (1 pt), citations (5 pts) and reference list (5 pts), spelling and grammar (3 pts). • This paper will be submitted to Turn It In. Please see highlighted information below on submission process.
• No abstract is required. • Key Points of Paper (Be sure to provide an introductory paragraph to introduce the topic and a summary of key points at the end of your paper) (80 points) • NOTICE: Five (5) points per day will be deducted for late papers.
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The latest submission will be considered the final submission to be graded. All papers need to be submitted to the drop box within the course. Any late papers will be deducted 5 points per day late. Nursing Philosophy Paper Topics include the following: A.
Discuss the role of the nurse as an advocate 1. Give an example of a current health care issue or human rights issue where nurses can make a difference as advocates.Give background about the issue such as numbers of people affected, economic impact, etc. Look at the impact of this issue at state and national levels.
2. Define advocacy and why it is an important function of nursing. How do you envision your role as a patient advocate in the selected healthcare issue you described above? How could you influence policy about your selected issue? 3. Discuss how advocacy relates to the expected competencies of Baccalaureate Nursing Graduates of the OU College of Nursing.
B. Discuss nursing as a profession. 1. What is a philosophy of nursing?Describe & discuss your own personal philosophy of nursing.
2. What differentiates a profession from a job? Does your personal philosophy of nursing reflect that of a profession or of a job? Explain. 3. What 2-3 aspects of the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses do you find most important as you start out your practice as a BSN nurse? In what way do these aspects reflect in your personal philosophy? Describe.
C. Discuss ethical behavior in nursing. 1. Describe 2-3 scarce resources related to health and health care.
Give an example of when the “use of scarce resources” might be questioned?Include background information as to why your example is ‘scarce’. Refer to your module readings to determine what ethical principles would be in conflict with your described situation? 2. What is the nurse’s role in this ethical dilemma? What should the nurse do in this situation? Give rationale for your response. 3.
Refer to your example above. Which provisions of the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses would best be applied in your example situation? Why? Please contact your faculty if you have questions regarding this assignment.
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