Complex Client Care and Lifelong Learning NUR 4922 RC

Complex Client Care and Lifelong Learning NUR 4922 RC

Complex Client Care and Lifelong Learning NUR 4922 RC

After completing your BSN degree, you accepted a promotion to a clinical educator in the facility where you work. You recently participated in inter-professional grand rounds and described a scenario in which your clinical decisions had positive impacts on client outcomes. You described how your pursuit of practice excellence, use of clinical judgment, and passion for lifelong learning had positive impacts on your nursing practice. The Director of Nursing was impressed with your ideas and passion for nursing and asked you to be a speaker at a nursing recruitment luncheon for new graduates.

Instructions
Create a power point

The content of the presentation should be in PowerPoint and include:

Title Slide (1 slide)Description of the clinical scenario you consider most impactful to your current role as a nurse, including the components of the clinical judgement process: (1-2 slides)
Cue recognition and clustering
Generation and prioritization of hypotheses
Actions taken
Outcomes evaluated
Description of how you pursue practice excellence, including a specific example related to your current role as a nurse including (1 slide)
The challenge to the status quo
Courage to do the right thing
Integrate a collaborative approach to nursing practice
Description of how achieving your BSN will impact your pursuit of lifelong learning (1 slide)
Reference list (1 slide)
Ideas stated with professional language and attribution for credible sources with correct APA citation, spelling, and grammar
reference- https://www.ncsbn.org/NGN_Winter19.pdf#page=4

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