Definition/Explanation of the selected nursing concept Defines/explains the concept using scholarly literature (a dictionary maybe used for this section only) Support from nursing literature is required. 2. Defining attributes: A minimum of three (3) attributes are required. Support from nursing literature is required. Explanation: An attribute identifies characteristics of a concept. For this question, the characteristics of the selected nursing concept are identified and discussed. Antecedent and Consequence 1 antecedent of the selected nursing concept. 1 consequence of the selected nursing concept. Support from nursing literature is required. Explanation: An antecedent is an identifiable occurrence that happens before an event. An antecedent precedes a selected nursing concept. A consequence follows or is the result of an event. The selected consequence follows or is the result of the selected nursing concept. 4. Model Case 1 Model Case is created by the student and discussed substantively by demonstrating within the case each of the following areas: Definition All identified attributes Theoretical Applications of the Concept Explain how the concept applies to the selected nursing theory. Support from nursing literature is required. Reflection Reflect on how the concept analysis findings apply to your advanced nursing practice, specifically as an NP. Self-reflection may be written in first-person.
https://affordabletermpapers.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/affordable-termpapers.png 0 0 https://affordabletermpapers.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/affordable-termpapers.png 2022-03-17 15:02:172022-03-17 15:02:17Nurse Burnout A minimum of 4 (four) scholarly references must be used. A dictionary maybe used as a reference for the section titled “Definition/Explanation of the selected nursing concept”, but it is not counted as one of the 4 required scholarly nursing references. References are current - within a 5-year time frame unless a valid rationale is provided and the instructor has approved them. Please include DOI number in citation