How new roles and opportunities will benefit nursing and healthcare in general



How new roles and opportunities will benefit nursing and healthcare in general

Order Details/Description

Create a presentation (8 to 10 slides) or speech for a professional nursing organization conference or a statewide advisory committee for healthcare that outlines a vision for the future of nursing.

The vision presented must include the following:
•Trends: How evidence-based practice will influence trends in healthcare and the future of nursing
•Nursing theory: How the application of nursing theory will continue to influence professional nursing practice
•Roles ◦The nurse’s current role in research
◦How new roles and opportunities will benefit nursing and healthcare in general

Written Assignment Grading Criteria

Vision for the Future of Nursing

Create a presentation (8 to 10 slides) or speech for a professional nursing organization conference or a statewide advisory committee for healthcare that outlines a vision for the future of nursing.

The vision presented must include the following:

Trends: How evidence-based practice will influence trends in healthcare and the future of nursing.
Nursing theory: How the application of nursing theory will continue to influence professional nursing practice.
Roles

The nurse’s current role in research
How new roles and opportunities will benefit nursing and healthcare in general

Content
16 points possible

Points available Points earned
Describes how evidence-based practice will influence trends in healthcare and the future of nursing
4
Describes how the application of nursing theory will continue to influence professional nursing practice
4
Describes the nurse’s current role is in research
4
Describes how new roles and opportunities will benefit nursing and healthcare in general
4
Format
4 points possible

Points available Points earned
Follows rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation
Has a structure that is clear, logical, and easy to follow
Consistent with APA guidelines for formatting and citation of outside works


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