iCARE Self-Assessment 1 Week 2 Assignment

iCARE Self-Assessment 1 Week 2 Assignment

iCARE Self-Assessment 1 Week 2 Assignment

Share details about one area from the iCARE Self-Assessment 1 where you have significant opportunity for improvement during your BSN program. How will you work to improve your own professionalism in this area?
one area of iCARE i need to work on: Take time to care for myself in the workplace/ at home
Share details about how you would like your instructors to demonstrate care for students while you are in your BSN program.
Must:

16.0 pts Addresses all aspects of the initial discussion question(s) applying experiences, knowledge, and understanding regarding all weekly concepts.12.0 ptsIntegrates evidence to support your discussion from: • assigned readings OR online lessons, AND • at least one outside scholarly source (not assigned in the course). Sources are credited.
Assigned readings: Hood, L. J. (2018). Leddy & Pepper’s professional nursing (9th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Chapter 1: pp. 15–16, 24–32
Chapter 3: pp. 74–78
Chapter 6: pp. 132–137, 142–144, 145–146
Chapter 12: pp. 301–306
Chapter 21: pp. 565–566
Massachusetts Nurse of the Future Nursing Core Competencies©: pp. 14–17

AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education: pp. 26–29

outside scholarly source:

Burnout in Critical Care Nursing Staff By: Holle MN, Karakashian AL, Pravikoff D, CINAHL Nursing Guide, July 6, 2018
Holle MN; Pravikoff D; CINAHL Nursing Guide, EBSCO Publishing, 2018 Jul 06 (Evidence-Based Care Sheet – CEU), Database: Nursing Reference Center Plus

Subjects: Burnout, Professional; Critical Care Nursing; Nurses

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