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Karen, a registered nurse, decided that she wants to become a CNP. She applied

Karen, a registered nurse, decided that she wants to become a CNP. She applied and was accepted to the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Chamberlain College of Nursing. She received a course curriculum that outlined the courses necessary to complete her degree. One of the early courses in the program curriculum is NR501 Theoretical Basis for Advanced Nursing Practice. You are a student colleague of Karen’s enrolled in the same class. On the course Q & A Forum, Karen posted,…

tarting the Research ProcessFormulating a specific, applicable research problem

tarting the Research ProcessFormulating a specific, applicable research problem statement is an important step in beginning a research process. The problem statement defines the focus of the research study, dictates what methods and tools will be used, and sets the stage for all subsequent elements of the research process. Because of this, it is necessary to put a great deal of thought into the problem statement to ensure that the rest of the research process will be well planned and…

The chosen case is Jahi McmathFor our discussion this week, we are going to loo

The chosen case is Jahi McmathFor our discussion this week, we are going to look at the various ethical principles and how agencies deal with ethical issues. In healthcare, patients are the center of almost all ethical and moral debates and dilemmas. While most hospitals have ethics committees, not all do and few public and home health agencies have one..delhi.edu/health_ethics”>Access theEthics Library Guide for helpful search tips, as well as APA tips.Important: submit your initial post to the corresponding thread…

Foods with low energy density: have low amounts of fiber in them. provide a l

Foods with low energy density: have low amounts of fiber in them. provide a larger portion size with a fewer number of calories. have low amounts of water in them. provide a large number of calories in a small volume. In the article concerning the study at Georgetown University Medical Center, the investigators describe a metabolic pathway that explains why: mice who are not stressed still gain more weight than they should based on the calories they consume. people who…

Research Article Critique, Part Two The Effect of Reported Sleep, Perceived Fa

Research Article Critique, Part Two The Effect of Reported Sleep, Perceived Fatigue, and Sleepiness on Cognitive Performance in a Sample of Emergency Nurses (Wolf, Perhats, Delao, & Martinovich, 2017)Instructions: A major skill that is learned in this course is how to critically read and critique nursing research articles. The purpose for critiquing an article is to critically evaluate the research process followed by the author(s) of the assigned article. This is an information-intensive, time-intensive process that is not learned overnight.…

Benchmark – Professional Capstone and Practicum Reflective JournalStudents are

Benchmark – Professional Capstone and Practicum Reflective JournalStudents are required to maintain weekly reflective narratives throughout the course to combine into one course-long reflective journal that integrates leadership and inquiry into current practice as it applies to the Professional Capstone and Practicum course.In your journal, you will reflect on the personal knowledge and skills gained throughout this course. The journal should address a variable combination of the following, depending on your specific practice immersion clinical experiences:New practice approachesIntraprofessional collaborationHealth care…