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DNP 825 Week 8 Paper: Reflective Journal
DNP 825 Week 8 Paper: Reflective Journal GCU
Learners are required to maintain a reflective journal integrating leadership and inquiry into current practice.
Your journal will reflect on the personal knowledge and skills gained in this course and should address a variable combination of the following:
- New practice approaches
- Intraprofessional collaboration
- Health care delivery and clinical systems
- Ethical considerations in health care
- Population health concerns
- The role of technology in improving health care outcomes
- Health policy
- Leadership and economic models
- Health disparities
Learners will outline what they have discovered about their professional practice, personal strengths and weaknesses that surfaced, additional resources and abilities that could be introduced to a given situation to influence optimal outcomes, and finally, how the learner met the competencies aligned to this course.
Submit your reflective journal in both to your instructor and in the Typhon Tracking System under the corresponding course section. Learners must submit this deliverable in Typhon and LoudCloud. Failure to submit in both locations can result in an Incomplete for the course.
Week 8 (06/20): This was the last and final week of DNP 825. This week I completed all my necessary paper work, assignments, and Typhon logs. This week showed me that weekly I made progress throughout the course and the profession of nursing overall. Health care delivery, nursing theories and clinical systems were expanded on throughout the course to help address healthcare management. The population of my practice hours were underserved, and some changes were helpful. Implementing teaching tools, medication management, and the use of patient portals were continued in this course. I was able to expand on my strengths of educational teaching and being resourceful. Resources utilized included cheaper medication prices, referrals to necessary healthcare providers, education for patients, teaching tools to utilize necessary equipment, and follow up calls after appointments. Overall this course has strengthened my leadership skills and helped me expand upon information that was learned. I look forward to future classes and one day obtaining DNP degree.