Which political and professional organizations affect the nursing and health care industries? How might these organization's decisions and political actions affect nursing and health care professionals? How might nurse leaders' political action awareness improve the industry? To which political and professional organizations sho
Labor Issues Discuss projections and trends in the supply of registered nurses. What do the projections and trends tell us about the nursing shortage?
Discuss the nurse leadership skills and knowledge required to support cultural diversity in the workforce.
Describe how alignment between the values of an organization and the values of the nurse impact nurse engagement and patient outcomes. Discuss how an individual can use effective communication techniques to overcome workplace challenges, encourage collaboration across groups, and promote effective problem solving.
Compare and contrast how you would expect nursing leaders and managers to approach nurse staffing ratios.
(A) You have an idea to improve patient care that you would like upper management to support and fund. What type of communication tool would you use to present your idea and why? (B) 1. What differentiates someone who is intrinsically motivated from someone who is extrinsically motivated? 2. Give an example of how you
A) One of the five elements of emotional intelligence is self-awareness. 1. What behaviors would someone with strong self-awareness demonstrate within the context of leading and managing groups? B) Today's workforce is diverse and has multiple conflicting priorities. As a nurse leader, you would like to see your hospital
If you were a community health nurse, what priorities would you establish within your own community?
Increasing the volume of primary care delivered by nurse practitioners will have a net detrimental impact on the service of patients with acute health problems.
Nursing as a science and an art has a unique perspective on patient interaction, as opposed to the profession of medicine. In performing a concept analysis, examine the attributes and activities that make nursing a unique profession from the perspectives of a doctoral prepared Nurse researcher; Nurse educator and Nurse Practitio
What are some of the virtues that should be important to nurses? List and describe these virtues.
I am looking for a description of Madeleine Leininger's Theory of Nursing for Cultural Care Diversity and Universality. What is inherent in the way she looks at the world and how does her theory fit into the nursing metaparadigm concepts of person, health, nursing and environment?
A) According to Polit and Beck (2006), nurses in various settings are adopting a research-based (or evidence-based) practice that incorporates research findings into their decisions and interaction with clients. How do you see this being applied in a workplace? B) The research question and hypothesis clearly state the probl
What unique characteristics of families require an understanding of transcultural concepts? Discuss factors the nurse will need to consider when planning culturally appropriate nursing care. Use an example from your practice or neighborhood.
With an existing national nursing shortage (also expected to climb), successful recruitment and retaining of nurses is very important for healthcare organizations. Please discuss how each of the HRM functions (planning, recruiting, selecting, training, utilizing, and rewarding) should be used for the purpose of appropriate nurse
Identify three values embraced in professional work of nursing.
How has the projected aging of America influenced the projection of the nursing shortage? Given this trend, what practice setting and role opportunities are emerging?
What role should nursing leaders take in nursing education? How can the role that nurse leaders take in nursing education affect the organizational leadership?
â?¢ Identify three values you will embrace in your future nursing role. â?¢ Identify personal and professional strengths that will support achieving your desired future nursing role.
â?¢ What leadership will you provide to the nursing profession at a local or global level? â?¢ How does nursing education fit in your future?
What will your nursing role be in 5 years? What are the knowledge, skills, and competencies you will obtain to achieve this future goal?
What is strategic management? If you had a vision where your facility should be directed in the future, how would you plan to make your vision a reality? Give me at least 4 specific steps you can take.
How has an increased immigrant nurse population affected health care teams?
What is the nurse's role in data collection, patient privacy, and ethical treatment of human subjects? What are some ethical considerations in data collection for nursing research? Describe some methods or strategies that allow a nurse researcher to collect qualitative, quantitative, and evidence-based data in an ethical manner.
Which resources might be used in nursing or health care settings to support an organization's strategic initiatives?
Briefly explain how the legislative issues affect nursing practices.
How are nursing theories and nursing models similar? Where do they differ?
What is the difference between formal and informal power? How does one gain power? Which type of power does a nurse leader have?
INTRO An important aspect of research is to present your research findings. There are many pathways for presenting findings, and it is important to recognize who you are addressing when discussing research results. Preparing a research manuscript for publication in a scholarly journal is similar to preparing a manuscript for a
Consider the different communities to which an individual may belong 1. What is the geopolitical community in which a person would live? Why is it geopolitical? 2. What is a phenomenological community to which a person can belong? Why is it a phenomenological community? 3. What would some challenges and benefits be f