The purpose of the graded collaborative discussions is to engage faculty and students in an interactive dialogue to assist the student in organizing, integrating, applying, and critically appraising knowledge regarding advanced nursing practice. Scholarly information obtained from credible sources as well as professional communication are required. Application of information to professional experiences promotes the analysis and use of principles, knowledge, and information learned and related to real-life professional situations. Meaningful dialogue among faculty and students fosters the development of a learning community as ideas, perspectives, and knowledge are shared.
Which of the culture and caring theories most resonates with you for your practice as an NP? How does the theory integrate the nursing paradigm?â€¯ What parts of the theory do you identify with? How does the theory help to meet CLAS standards to advance health equity?
The student post provides support from a minimum of one scholarly in-text citation with a matching reference and assigned readings or online lessons, per discussion topic per week.
Butts, B. J. & Rich, L. K. (2018). Philosophies and theories for advanced nursing practice (3rd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning. Chapters 22, 23â€¯
McCormack, B., & McCance, T. (2017). Person-centred practice in nursing and health care. Theory and practice (2nd ed.). Wiley Blackwell.â€¯
Purnell, L. (2005). The Purnell model for cultural competence.â€¯ The Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 11(2), 7-15. https;//doi.org/10.1177/10459602013003006