NUR2868 Role and Leadership in Professional Nursing

NUR2868 Role and Leadership in Professional Nursing

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NUR2868 Role, Scope, Quality, and Leadership in Professional Nursing Module 9 Discussion

What Motivates You to Become or Stay Healthy?

The concept of health and wellness differs greatly between people. Health can be the absence of disease, while wellness can imply a positive state of health in holism, encompassing the mental, emotional, spiritual, and even social aspects. Think about your own state of health. Do you consider yourself a healthy person? If so, what motivates you to be healthy? If not, what would motivate you to become so?

 Module 7 Discussion Teamwork

Think back to your most recent time in the clinical setting when another discipline (respiratory, physical therapy, nutrition, occupational therapy) was utilized.

Describe a form of interdisciplinary collaborative care you’ve seen on your current assigned clinical or work site. Then have a discussion about the following questions:

Who coordinated that care? What was the nurse’s role in ascertaining that the care was provided?

Was the patient’s outcome met? How or why not? What would you, a novice nurse-leader, have done differently to achieve the patient’s goals?

NUR2868 Role, Scope, Quality, and Leadership in Professional Nursing Module 6 Discussion
Political Issues for Nursing

Go to the ANA home page and search for their Advocacy Policy. Read through the ANA Advocacy Policy’s web pages.

Look at issues at a federal, state, or local level for which the ANA is advocating change or new policies.

Which one are you most eager to see enacted? Why does it interest you? How will passage of such legislation affect you or your patients?

 Module 5 Discussion Intuition vs. Experience in Nursing

Your discussion post is to answer this question: What do you think nursing contributes to health care? How can a robotic system incorporate the clinical judgment that nurses use? Be as creative as you wish!

If you can, listen to the following audio clip from National Nurses United’s “Insist on a Registered Nurse” campaign: