Two Practice-Specific Concepts: Identification, discussion, and documentation from the literature of your perspective on at least two other concepts specific to your own practice.
- List of Propositions: A numbered list of at least five propositions or assumption statements that clearly connect the concepts described.
The essay enlisted two practice-specific concepts.
The essay included clinical examples for each of the chosen concepts.
The clinical examples illustrated the concepts in a manner, which further clarified the students’ use of the conceptual material.
The essay demonstrated consistency between concepts, assumptions, and clinical application.
The essay identified and discussed students’ perspective on two other concepts specific to their practice.
The essay included a numbered list of at least 5 propositions or assumptions.
The concepts were connected and integrated to reveal a meaningful sequence.
The essay demonstrated clarification and organization of the students’ professional foundation.
The essay demonstrated evidence of critical thinking in analysis and response.
The essay demonstrated understanding and integration of lecture material, reading assignments, and sources consulted.
Essay was well written, well organized, and articulate.
The paper clearly demonstrated understanding of theoretical principles (i.e., concept development, definitions, assumptions, etc.)
The paper revealed clarity, organization, and articulation of ideas.
The paper showed that ideas were well-documented.
The paper revealed the breadth of research effort.
The paper demonstrated appropriate use of APA format in references and citations.
Book of class is
Philosophies and Theories for Advanced Nursing Practice
Author: Janie B. Butts; Karen L. Rich
Edition / Copyright: 2