NUR533 ETHICS AND POPULATION HEALTH
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Matterhorn mirrored in RiffelseCritical reflection is a process used to make meaning of an experience. It is a time when you consider what you had accomplished, read, watched or shared with others. Critical reflection will help you to better understand why you react to or just watch what is happening around you. Critical self-reflection occurs with the assistance of others, who validate what you have learned or become as a result of your experiences.
To prepare for your discussion, review your readings and work for Modules 1 – 8.
Hotspotting can be used in many regions of the health care system; this type of data analysis can be used to collect evidence and drive change in health care in many settings, across many populations. Of interest is the potential for the master’s prepared nurse to participate as member of a “Hot Spotting” team, in a particular health care setting and the type of knowledge and skill this nurse will need to be effective in this role.
Consider the following statements are you review what you have accomplished in this course.
Critically reflect on what you have learned in this course related to the course outcomes.
Discuss how you will incorporate knowledge you gained from this course, into your practice and how it might influence your future roles and choices for your career.
Discuss how this knowledge will empower you as a nurse leader and policy advocate.
For your initial response, please be sure to address all of the above statements and/ or questions.
Use these EC Library and OWL resources for research assistance and to properly cite your work:
Master's in Nursing Research Guide (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
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Excelsior Library Writing Help (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
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Excelsior College Online Writing Lab (OWL) (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
How You Are Evaluated
You are expected to participate in academic conversations with peers and faculty to generate scholarly dialogue. Expectations for participation in the course discussions are described under the Discussion Rubric: Exploration, Spirit of Inquiry, and Engagement (interactions) when relating your experiences, opinions, viewpoints, and ideas supported by evidence.
Consult the Discussion Posting Guide for information about writing your discussion posts. It is recommended that you write your post in a document first. Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. When you are ready to make your initial post, click "Reply." Then copy/paste the text into the message field, and click "Post Reply."
To respond to a peer, click “Reply” beneath her or his post and continue as with an initial post.
This discussion will be graded using the discussion board rubric. Please review this rubric, located on the Rubrics page within the Start Here module of the course, prior to beginning your work to ensure your participation meets the criteria in place for this discussion. All discussions combined are worth 40% of your final course grade.