How is ethical behavior an integral part of the doctorly prepared advanced practice nurse’s role?
Discussion:Doctorally prepared advance Practice
These are two discussion questions DQ 1 and DQ 2 posts must be at least 150 words and have at least one reference cited for each question. In-text citation, please Tutor MUST have a good command of the English language Sources need to be journal/scholarly articles. Use only articles that are published between 2015-2019 (except for your theory articles which will be older as you must cite primary sources). No textbook or direct quotes Please separate the two DQ with their reference page My project is CLABSI prevention
DQ 1 How is ethical behavior an integral part of the doctorally prepared advanced practice nurse’s role? Why is the doctorally prepared advanced practice nurse considered a role model? How does one display the characteristics of a role model? Does a doctorally prepared advanced practice nurse have a legitimate right and/or ethical foundation to interject their ideas into business practice?
DQ 2 Locate the “Comprehensive Assessment Part One: Competency Matrix” assignment in this topic and identify any competency “blank spaces” that were left unmet by either programmatic or course-based assignment completion thus far. Also locate the instructor feedback notes you made while completing the matrix regarding both programmatic and course-based assignments to date. What program competencies were left unmet in your matrix? What content areas do you need to address and strengthen based on instructor feedback? Develop and post an action plan to address these two areas as you move forward into the practicum stage of the program.
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