If you woke up tomorrow as a different gender/opposite sex, (or if you already identify non-gender specific then perhaps write about that if you’d like), what would be your initial reaction? What might be some advantages? Disadvantages? Write a brief response to these questions.
Identify the ethical dilemma, legal violation, and moral issue in the scenario from an APN perspective as an educator, administrator, or a practitioner Assignment Guidelines: Using the options below based on your specialization, create an ethical and legal decision-making dilemma involving an advanced practice nurse in the field of administration, education, or a nurse practitioner:
Analyze U.S. healthcare policy structures and the role of the nursing leader as a change agent at the public policy table. Directions You will decide on a policy issue that needs to be addressed. You may choose a policy issue that interests you. Below are suggested topics for proposed policy change, however if you wish
A PICOT starts with a designated patient population in a particular clinical area and identifies clinical problems or issues that arise from clinical care. The intervention should be an independent, specified nursing change intervention. The intervention cannot require a provider prescription. Include a comparison to a patient population not currently receiving the intervention, and specify
Nutrition plays a vital role in a person’s overall health and well-being. Not getting enough of the recommended nutrients over the long-term can lead to malnutrition which often results in disease and illness. Define malnutrition and identify a specific disease that can result from it. Perform library research about the selected disease, and explain its
Nutrition plays an essential role in supporting fitness and exercise. If you increase your level of physical activity, your need for nutrients and calories will also increase. In addition, the foods you eat before and after you exercise will have an impact on your performance during the physical activity and on your recovery afterward. Describe