494. 1) Minimum 8 full pages (Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum three paragraphs per part) Part 1: Minimum 2 pages Part 2: Minimum 6 pages Submit 1 document per part 2)¨******APA norms All paragraphs must be narrative and cited in the text- each paragraphs Bulleted responses are not accepted Dont write in the first person Dont copy and pase the questions. Answer the question objectively, do not make introductions to your answers, answer it when you start the paragraph Submit 1 document per part 3)****************************** It will be verified by Turnitin (Identify the percentage of exact match of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) ********************************It will be verified by SafeAssign (Identify the percentage of similarity of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) 4) Minimum 3 references per part not older than 5 years 5) Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question. Start your answer on the same line, not the next Example: Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX Q 2. Health is XXXX 6) You must name the files according to the part you are answering: Example: Part 1.doc Part 2.do __________________________________________________________________________________ Part 1: Ethical Choose two of the Nine Tenets of the Code of Ethics for Nurses: I choose: 1. The Environment and Ethical Obligation Virtues focus on what is good and bad in regard to whom we are to be as moral persons; obligations focus on what is right and wrong or what we are to do as moral agents. Obligations are often specified in terms of principles such as beneficence or doing good; nonmaleficence or doing no harm; justice or treating people fairly; reparations, or making amends for harm; fidelity, and respect for persons. Nurses, in all roles, must create a culture of excellence and maintain practice environments that support nurses and others in the fulfillment of their ethical obligations. Environmental factors contribute to working conditions and include but are not limited to: clear policies and procedures that set out professional ethical expectations for nurses; uniform knowledge of the Code and associated ethical position statements. Peer pressure can also shape moral expectations within a work group. Many factors contribute to a practice environment that can either present barriers or foster ethical practice and professional fulfillment. These include compensation systems, disciplinary procedures, ethics committees and consulting services, grievance mechanisms that prevent reprisal, health and safety initiatives, organizational processes and structures, performance standards, policies addressing discrimination and incivility position descriptions, and more. Environments constructed for the equitable, fair, and just treatment of all reflect the values of the profession and nurture excellent nursing practice. 2. Integrity of the Profession The values and ethics of the profession should be affirmed in all professional and organizational relationships whether local, inter-organizational, or international. Nursing must continually emphasize the values of respect, fairness, and caring within the national and global nursing communities in order to promote health in all sectors of the population. A fundamental responsibility is to promote awareness of and adherence to the codes of ethics for nurses (the American Nurses Association and the International Council of Nurses and others). Balanced policies and practices regarding access to nursing education, workforce sustainability, and nurse migration and utilization are requisite to achieving these ends. Together, nurses must bring about the improvement of all facets of nursing, fostering and assisting in the education of professional nurses in developing regions across the globe. The nursing profession engages in ongoing formal and informal dialogue with society. The covenant between the profession and society is made explicit through the Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements, foundational documents, and other published standards of nursing specialty practice; continued development and dissemination of nursing scholarship; rigorous educational requirements for entry into practice, advanced practice, and continued practice including certification and licensure; and commitment to evidence informed practice. 1. Describe how you will personally apply each tenet in the practice setting with your patients. 2. Describe in detail the purpose of the tenet and provide examples of the tenet applied in practice. 3. Explain why it is important to uphold the tenet in maximizing the quality of patient care, and identify how it enhances your own practice as a nurse. Part 2: Assessment Develop a comprehensive assessment plan for nursing curriculum theory and clinical course. A. Introduction 1. Introduce your paper by explaining: i. The curriculum area(s) you have chosen ii. The intended audience (12 paragraphs). B. Part Theory Develop a comprehensive assessment plan for the theory portion of your course. In a written document. 1. Identify and explain the curriculum focus area (12 paragraphs) 2. Write 6 learning objectives for the theory content 3. Map the learning objectives to the QSEN competencies Patient Centered Care. Safety. Informatics. Teamwork and Collaboration. Quality Improvement. Evidence-Based Practice. 4. List and describe: a. a formative assessment plan that you will use in your course b. a summative assessment plan that you will use in your course Your formative and summative assessments should include testing (test) and written assessments (2 or more paragraphs) c. Why you chose to plan your assessment this way. d. Testing i. Develop a test blueprint that details the areas you will test throughout the curriculum. Use the following format or similar (File 1) and explain at least 4 areas of content you will test on (you may add more if desired). 5. Include a description of a written assessment you can use to evaluate one of your content learning objectives. i. Include a scoring analytical rubric for the written assessmentor a holistic rubric to score the assessment: include scale or levels of achievement, and the descriptors that define each level of achievement, thus, should be present and tailored to the written assessment specifics. C. Part Clinical Develop a comprehensive assessment plan for the clinical portion of your course. In a written document. 1. Identify and explain the curriculum content area and ensure that it focuses on clinical observation and evaluation (12 paragraphs) 2. Write 56 learning objectives for the clinical content (or more if needed). 3. Map the learning objectives to the QSEN competencies Patient Centered Care. Safety. Informatics. Teamwork and Collaboration. Quality Improvement. Evidence-Based Practice 4. Develop a framework you can use for assessment in the clinical setting. 5. Provide a corresponding clinical rubric that assesses that students through observation. D. Part 3: Summary 1. Provide a 12 paragraph conclusion and summary. a.What are your major takeaways about assessment and evaluation in nursing practice? d. How will this course inform your teaching practice?