NR393 Full Course – 2019

Week 1 Discussion

History of Your Previous School

CO1 Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO 2)

CO4 Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO 7)

This week we have learned about the history of
Chamberlain University, Chamberlain College of Nursing, and Deaconess School of
Nursing. As you consider that history and the impact on the present and future,
please tell us about the history of the previous nursing school you attended.
If you are unable to find history information for your school, please profile
the history of another school of nursing in your geographic area.

 

Nursing History

Week 2 Discussion

Making Nursing History Today

CO2 Use lessons from nursing history to
integrate clinical judgment into professional nursing practice (PO 4)

CO4 Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO 7)

Nursing history is not just about the past and
famous people; it is being made by nurses every day. What nurse do you know
personally who is making nursing history today? Describe the contributions that
this specific nurse is making to impact nursing and nursing history today.

 

Nursing History

Week 3 Discussion

Nightingale Information New to You

CO2 Use lessons from nursing history to
integrate clinical judgment into professional nursing practice (PO 4)

CO3 Demonstrate responsibility for continued
professional growth by exploring the nursing and lay literature related to
historical nursing practice (PO 5)

The basic story of Florence Nightingale is
familiar to most nurses. This week we learned more about Nightingale’s life and
work. Select at least one piece of the Nightingale legacy that was new to you
and tell us how this changed your understanding of this great woman and her
contributions to nursing.

 

 

Nursing History

Week 4 Discussion

Impact of 19th Century Nurses

CO3 Demonstrate responsibility for continued
professional growth by exploring the nursing and lay literature related to historical
nursing practice (PO 5)

CO4 Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO 7)

Important nurses of the 19th century are often
overshadowed by Nightingale’s prominence. Select one 19th century nurse other
than Nightingale, and describe this person’s contributions to the profession.
Although some duplication is expected, please try to select a nurse who has not
already been presented by a classmate.

 

Nursing History

Week 5 Discussion

Progress in Nursing in the Early to Mid-20th
Century

CO2 Use lessons from nursing history to
integrate clinical judgment into professional nursing practice (PO 4)

CO3 Demonstrate responsibility for continued
professional growth by exploring the nursing and lay literature related to
historical nursing practice (PO 5)

There was much progress in nursing during the
early to middle part of the 20th century (1900 through the late 1930s). After
reading the textbook and the lesson for this week, describe one area of change
in nursing during that time period that intrigues you. Discuss how that area
could be applied today.

 

Nursing History

Week 6 Discussion

Amazing Changes and Events

CO1 Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO 2)

CO4 Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO 7)

The mid- to late 20th century was filled with
amazing changes and events in professional nursing. Select one of these changes
or events, describe it, and explain how that change or event has impacted
quality of nursing practice today.

 

 

Nursing History

Week 7 Discussion

Interview Impact

CO1 Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO 2)

CO4 Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO 7)

You have completed your interview of a nurse who
is making nursing history today. How will that nurse’s contributions and
accomplishments impact your future professional nursing practice? As you
reflect on your own nursing practice, how are you contributing to nursing
history?

 

Nursing History

Week 8 Discussion

AACN BSN Essential VIII and Your Future Practice

CO1 Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO 2).

CO2 Use lessons from nursing history to
integrate clinical judgment into professional nursing practice (PO 4).

AACN BSN Essential VIII clearly calls for BSN
graduates to appreciate nursing history and its impact on today’s professional
nursing practice. As you consider your future professional nursing practice,
tell us

how you will share stories and lessons from
nursing history with your nursing colleagues; and

how lessons from nursing history will impact
your own future nursing practice.

 

Nursing History

Week 2 Course Project
Milestone 1

Course Project Milestone 1: Guidelines

Purpose

To apply lessons in nursing history to living
nurses contributing to nursing history through an interview and documentation
of historical information

Course Outcomes

The Course Project enables the student to meet
the following Course Outcomes.

CO1: Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO2).

CO4: Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO7).

Points

The entire project is worth 600 points.
Milestone 1 is worth 100 points of this total.

Submit your completed Milestone 1 by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. mountain
time at the end of Week 2.

Requirements and Guidelines

Nursing history is being made today by exemplary
nurses throughout the world. Select one registered nurse who is creating
nursing history to be the subject of this project. This RN must have at least
10 years of RN licensure. The nurse could be a family member; friend;
colleague; acquaintance; manager; former instructor; or other nurse who is
creating, delivering, or influencing the practice of nursing in your area. Do
not select a former or current patient. Remember that a nurse does not have to
create a nursing theory, write textbooks, or be the head of a nursing
organization to make nursing history. The chief nurse executive who manages to
deliver quality care in a small rural hospital with a tiny budget has a story
worth telling. The nurse who served in the military has a story that is
important to document as nursing history. The staff nurse who consistently
provides high quality care is making history. History is not merely the major
accomplishments or events; it includes the activities nurses everywhere do in their
nursing lives. Milestone 1 is due at the end of Week 2.

Clearly explain to the selected nurse that
statements made in the interview will be recorded (audio, video, and/or
written) and submitted to the instructor. The interview is not intended for
public access.

Obtain permission from the selected nurse to
participate in an interview about his or her

memories of nursing and nursing education;

contributions to nursing; and

persons or events that have influenced his or
her nursing practice.

Carefully review the Milestone 1 Grading Rubric.
Complete only Milestone 1 requirements at this time.

Download the required Milestone 1 Template
(Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Save it to your
computer with the file name as Your Last Name Milestone 1.docx.

You are required to complete the form using the
productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft
Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later
version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do
NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office
365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from
the student portal at http://my.chamberlain.edu (Links to an external site.)Links
to an external site.. Click on the envelope at the top of the page.

Type directly on your saved Milestone 1
Template. Submit your completed Milestone 1 as instructed by Sunday of Week 2.

Note: Do not complete the interview at this
time.

Course Project Milestone 1 Template

Directions:Prior to completing this template,
carefully review Course Project Milestone 1 Guidelines, paying particular
attention to how to name the document and all rubric requirements. After saving
the document to your computer, type your answers directly on this template, and
save again. This assignment is due by the end of Week 2 by 11:59 p.m.MT

 

Assignment Criteria Answers

Note: See Milestone 1 Rubric for details required in each area.

Name, Credentials, and Contact Informationof Selected Nurse

15 points

 

Years Selected Nurse Has Been an RN

15 points

 

Your Relationship With Selected Nurse

25 points

 

Why You Selected This Nurse

45 points

 

To be completed by Instructor: ____Selected Nurse isapprovedfor Course Project Milestones 2 and 3.

 

Or

 

____Selected Nurse is notapproved. E-mail your instructor
immediately for further directions.

 

Instructor Comments:

 

 

 

Nursing History

Week 4 Course Project
Milestone 2

Course Project Milestone 2: Guidelines

Purpose

To apply lessons in nursing history to living
nurses contributing to nursing history through an interview and recording of
historical information

Course Outcomes

The Course Project enables the student to meet
the following Course Outcomes.

CO1: Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO2).

CO4: Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO7).

Points

The entire project is worth 600 points.
Milestone 2 is worth 200 points of this total.

Due Date

Submit your completed Milestone 2 by the end of Week 4 at 11:59 p.m.
MT.

Requirements and Guidelines

Carefully review this Milestone 2 Guidelines
document rubric and the Milestone 2 Template.

Review the Differences Between Closed and
Open-Ended Questions (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
document. Use the suggestions to formulate your initial and follow-up
questions.

Download the required Milestone 2 Template
(Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Save it to your
computer with the file name as Your Last Name Milestone 2.docx.

You are required to complete the form using the
productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft
Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later
version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do
NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office
365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from
the student portal at http://my.chamberlain.edu (Links to an external site.)Links
to an external site.. Click on the envelope at the top of the page.

Carefully review the rubric criteria for
Milestone 2 and type directly on your saved Milestone 2 Template. Note that
some of the questions have been provided for you on the template.

Submit your completed Milestone 2 as instructed
by Sunday of Week 4.

After return of the graded Milestone 2, use
faculty feedback to revise areas and questions for a superior interview.
Revisions do not need to be submitted to faculty for approval.

Note: The date of the interview must be after
Friday of Week 5 to allow your instructor time to grade your Milestone 2 and
provide you with feedback (unless you have received prior permission from your
instructor). If the interviewee’s schedule requires that you do the interview
before that date, consult your instructor regarding early submission of
Milestone 2 to ensure that you receive comments in time to incorporate
revisions before the interview. Thank you.

Important: Remember that the interview must be a
face-to-face or phone interview where you can ask questions of the nurse, the
nurse can respond, and you can provide your response. It is not acceptable to
use e-mail, text messages, or any other method to have the nurse write or type
the answers. Contact your instructor if you have questions. Thank you.

Course Project Milestone 2Template

Prior to completing this template, carefully
review Course Project Milestone 2 Guidelines, paying particular attention to
how to name the document and all rubric requirements. After saving the document
to your computer, type your answers directly in this template, and save again.
This assignment is due by the end of Week 4at 11:59 p.m.MT

Assignment Criteria Answers

Note:See Milestone 2 Rubric for details required in
each area.

Scheduled Date and Location of Interview

30 points

Datefor interview (must be after Friday of Week 5):

 

Location:

 

Interview Recording Method

20 points

Select one:Written notes,audio, or audio/visual

 

Hardware and/or software used:

 

Milestone 3 Submission Method

20 points

Select one: Typed on Milestone 3 Template, audio, or
audio/visual 
Questions to Be Asked

Remember that all questions must be open ended and clearly
related to this nurse.

Follow-up questions must be clearly related to the associated
primary question.

 

Primary Questions

30 points

(Type Question #3 below.)

Follow-Up Questions for Each Primary Question

80 points

(Type questions below; see guidelines and announcements for
details.)

1:What are some of your favorite memories of nursing school? a.
b. How did classmates or instructors impact your development as
a nurse?
2:How have you improved the quality of nursing practice during
your career?
a.
b.
3: a.
b.
4:How have you contributed to the profession of nursing and to
nursing history?
a.Why has work in that area become your passion?
b.
5:Who is your favorite nurse from nursing history? a.
b. How has that nurse influenced your own nursing practice?

 

 

 

 

Nursing History

Week 6 Course Project
Milestone 3

Course Project Milestone 3: Guidelines

Purpose

To apply lessons in nursing history to living
nurses contributing to nursing history through an interview and recording of
historical information

Course Outcomes

The Course Project enables the student to meet
the following Course Outcomes.

CO1. Incorporate appropriate historical
perspectives into current professional nursing practice (PO2).

CO4. Compare current professional nursing
practice roles with historical roles of the nurse (PO7).

Points

The entire project is worth 600 points. Milestone
3 is worth 300 points of this total.

Due Date

Submit your completed Milestone 3 by the end of Week 6 by 11:59 p.m.
MT.

Requirements and Guidelines

If submission method is written (typed on the
template), do the following.

Carefully review these Milestone 3 Guidelines.

The interview must take place in a face-to-face
or phone conversation only. An e-mail interview or asking the nurse to complete
a written or typed interview is not permitted.

Download the required Milestone 3 Template
(Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and save it to your
computer with the file name: Your Last Name Milestone 3.docx.

You are required to complete the form using the
productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft
Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later
version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do
NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office
365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from
the student portal at http://my.chamberlain.edu (Links to an external
site.)Links to an external site.. Click on the envelope at the top of the page.

Carefully review the assigned areas for
Milestone 3, and type directly on your saved Milestone 3 Template.

Use your instructor’s feedback from Milestone 2
to revise your questions prior to the interview.

Submit your completed Milestone 3 Template by
Sunday at the end of Week 6.

If the submission method is audio or
audio/video, please do the following.

Carefully review the Milestone 3 Guidelines
document. The recording should be approximately 8 to 12 minutes.

The interview must take place in a face-to-face
or phone conversation only. An e-mail interview or asking the nurse to complete
a written or typed interview is not permitted.

Edit the recording as needed prior to
submission.

The audio or AV file must be able to be
submitted on the Week 6 Assignments page and downloaded by the instructor for
scoring. If it cannot be attached or downloaded, you will need to submit your
Milestone 3 by typing on the Milestone 3 Template.

Instructors are not able to provide advice or
technical support regarding recordings. Submission of a recording is not
required.

Use your instructor’s feedback from Milestone 2
to revise your questions prior to the interview.

Submit your completed Milestone 3 by Sunday at
end of Week 6.

Note: Only one Milestone 3 file is accepted. If
you choose to use audio or AV, all parts of Milestone 3 must be on that
recording. Do not submit additional files.

 

Course Project Milestone 3Template

Prior to completing this template, carefully
review Course Project Milestone 3 Guidelines paying particular attention to how
to name the document and all rubric requirements. After saving the document to
your computer, type your answers directly on this template, and save again.
This assignment is due by Sunday end of Week 6 by 11:59 p.m.MT.

Assignment Criteria Type the statements into the boxes below. Use exact words spoken
by each person.
Note: See Milestone 3Rubric for details required in each area.
Introduction:
Student Introduction and Statement of Purpose

30 points

 

[Name of speaker: Words speaker says]
Nurse Introduction

30 points

 

[Name of speaker: Words speaker says]
Nurse States Verbal Permission for Interview and Submission

30 points

 

[Name of speaker: Words speaker says]
Questions and Answers
Primary Question 1 [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up a [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up b [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Primary Question 2 [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up a [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up b [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Primary Question 3 [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up a [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up b [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Primary Question 4 [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up a [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up b [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Primary Question 5 [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up a [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Follow-up b [Name of student: Question asked]

[Name of nurse: Words spoken by nurse to answer question]

Conclusion:
Gratitude

20 points

[Name of speaker: Words speaker says]
Learning

20 points

[Name of speaker: Words speaker says]
Total Points Possible=300