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Describe the manner in which you incorporate empirical, ethical, personal, and aesthetic patterns into your professional practice
From the Empirical patterns, professional practice is directed. For example, you get an overview of the determinants of health, which directs practice. For example, based on empirical evidence, the World Health Organization definition of health will give direction to the resources (personal, social, and professional) and environmental factors, which interact to influence health and, which influences the health profession through application of the learned information. Research directs all professional courses (e.g. nursing theory and practice), which directs professional patterns and behavior (e.g., in assessments, the health determinants are reflected in the types of questions that are asked; the empirical patterns are reflected in the type of treatments that are considered best treatment options, etc).
As well, personal resources focus on the dimensions (physiological, psychosocial, cultural, ...
Describes the manner in which you incorporate empirical, ethical, personal, and aesthetic patterns into professional nursing practice. Supplemented with a code of ethics for nurses which is related back to professional development and practice in nursing.