NR 500NP Week 6: Reflection on Learning

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NR 500NP Week 6: Reflection on Learning

NR 500NP Week 6: Reflection on Learning

Week 6: Reflection on Learning 

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Purpose 

The purpose of this assignment is to provide the student an opportunity to reflect on the weekly concepts learned in the course.  

Activity Learning Outcomes 

Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to: 

  1. Examine roles and competencies of advanced practice nurses essential to performing as leaders and advocates of holistic, safe, and quality care (CO1)  
  1. Apply concepts of person-centered care to nursing practice situations. (CO2)  
  1. Analyze essential skills needed to lead within the context of complex systems. (CO3)  
  1. Explore the process of scholarship engagement to improve health and healthcare outcomes in various settings (CO4)  

Due Date:  

Post should be entered to the Weekly Reflection on Learning thread by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MST each week.   

A Sample Answer For the Assignment: NR 500NP Week 6: Reflection on Learning

Title: NR 500NP Week 6: Reflection on Learning

This assignment will follow the late assignment policy specified in the course syllabus. 

Students are expected to submit assignments by the time they are due. Assignments submitted after the due date and time will receive a deduction of 10% of the total points possible for that assignment for each day the assignment is late. Assignments will be accepted, with penalty as described, up to a maximum of three days late, after which point a zero will be recorded for the assignment.  

In the event of a situation that prevents timely submission of an assignment, students may petition their instructor for a waiver of the late submission grade reduction. The instructor will review the student’s rationale for the request and make a determination based on the merits of the student’s appeal. Consideration of the student’s total course performance to date will be a contributing factor in the determination. Students should continue to attend class, actively participate, and complete other assignments while the appeal is pending.  

Total Points Possible:  5 

Requirements: 

Reflection: write 1-2 paragraphs reflecting on your learning for the week. Guiding questions are provided or you may write about what you felt was most significant to you for the week.
 

You will need to post your reflection here before you are able to see other students’ posts. 

  • As you contemplate your future NP practice, how do you view your role in the implementation of EBP? 
  • What thoughts do you have about how you will engage in scholarship in your NP role?
     
  • What are some barriers you see to implementing evidence-based practice? 

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Alethia Burgau 

Alethia Burgau 

Dec 1, 2022Dec 1, 2022 at 6:05pm 

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Hello Dr. Cox and peers,  

As I wrapped up the readings and assignments for week six, I realized the real importance of evidence-based practice in my future role as an adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner. I plan to constantly re-evaluate policies and routines in my practice to ensure it is the most current and effective methods, as shown by evidence-based projects. Of course, there will always be barriers. I feel that experienced providers often give push-back on new change since they believe that old practices “are fine” as “they’ve always worked”. I will continue to advocate for my patients through updating old practices as suggested by evidence-based projects.  

Thank you,  

Alethia Burgau  

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Katarzyna Zygadlo 

Katarzyna Zygadlo 

Dec 2, 2022Dec 2, 2022 at 6:49am 

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This week I learned in depth about Evidence Base Practice and how it is important to implement that in my future NP practice.
Evidence-based practice in nursing involves reviewing and assessing the highest-quality and most current research to inform care delivery. Nursing Practitioners (NPs) have a vast knowledge that allows them to refer patients to specialists, order laboratory tests, and write prescriptions to diagnoses (Clarke et al., 2021). Other specialists also recognize them as having different skills and knowledge, including their role in research and EBP. More particularly, my role in implementing EBP as I contemplate my future as a nursing practitioner will involve administering standardized surveys, completing needs assessments, and carrying out small-scale plot projects and qualitative studies (Clarke et al., 2021). My role will also involve conducting structured literature reviews to identify future research priorities, influence policies, and inform my patients and other professionals of the excellent available evidence when making clinical and healthcare decisions.
Clinical scholarships entail various activities that aim to systematically advance nursing practice, research, and teaching through rigorous inquiries. Therefore, as NP, I will engage in the scholarship in various ways, including working with other medical professionals and NPs to systematically examine quantifiable outcomes impacting the cost of care, the quality of care, and patient’s health in general (Clarke et al., 2021). I also engage the professionals in systemic evaluation of what I do within my practice and in my research and later document my progress and contributions to the nursing practice.  
The major challenge in healthcare systems today is delivering reliable, consistent, and high-quality services. EBP aims to guarantee the professional and individual development of healthcare professionals such as nurses, reducing care costs and enhancing the overall quality of care (Clarke et al., 2021). However, there are numerous systemic barriers to implementing EBP at an individual and organizational level. Some of the obstacles, in this case, include a lack of resources, such as a shortage of nurses, insufficient access to libraries with good nursing journals, and a heavy workload (Clarke et al., 2021).   

 

References 

Clarke, V., Lehane, E., Mulcahy, H., & Cotter, P. (2021). Nurse Practitioners’ Implementation of Evidence‐Based Practice Into Routine Care: A Scoping Review. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 18(3). https://doi.org/10.1111/wvn.12510Links to an external site. 

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Doris Enobiemawu 

Doris Enobiemawu 

Dec 3, 2022Dec 3, 2022 at 3:48pm 

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Week 6: Reflection on Learning 

As an NP and a clinical leader, I intend to make clinical decisions based on EBP and collaborate with the other team members to implement EBP. I will serve as a role model and mentor for evidence-based decision-making. Researching evidence-based practices are more accessible than before. As an MSN-prepared nurse with advanced skills in research and technology, I should be able to quickly and conveniently make clinical decisions based on EBP. 
The major barrier I see is time restraints, needing more time to relate with the patient and research EBP to improve care decisions.   

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Oluwadunni Obasoto 

Oluwadunni Obasoto 

Dec 3, 2022Dec 3, 2022 at 6:03pm 

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Reflection is an important practice in nursing practice. It informs nurses’ practice by contributing to their identification of areas of improvement in their roles in the patient care process. Nurse practitioners should demonstrate abilities to enhance their practice using evidence-based interventions. Therefore, this paper is a reflection of my experience with this week’s learning. 

Nurse practitioners play an important role in the promotion of evidence-based practice in their roles. As a result, I view my role in the implementation of evidence-based practice to encompass several aspects. One of them is being a change agent. I view my role being a facilitator of change in the implementation of evidence-based practice. I have to adopt interventions such as open communication, training, and active involvement of the adopters of change for successful implementation of evidence-based practice. I also have to assess the need for evidence-based practice in my role. It will include assessing crucial and potential needs in my organization and recommending change initiatives to address them (Belowska et al., 2020). Lastly, I envision my role to include advocating for the right culture that supports evidence-based practice. The organization’s culture should enable best practices utilization for the optimum health of those in need.  

    My future role also entails my engagement in scholarship as a nurse practitioner. One of the ways in which I will engage in scholarship is by publishing articles on issues that affect nursing practice. I will conduct studies to explore how to improve outcomes in nursing practice using best-available evidence. I will also engage in scholarship through continuous professional development (Trautman et al., 2018). I will explore opportunities such as professional trainings to improve my scholarship skills.  

    Some barriers may be experienced in the implementation of evidence-based practice. One of them is resistance to change. The adopters of the evidence-based practices may resist them because of the lack of knowledge and skills, fear of the unknown outcomes, and their inadequate involvement. The other barrier is the lack of institutional support. Health organizations should support change by creating an enabling culture as well as providing adequate financial, material, and human resources (Bach-Mortensen et al., 2018). Therefore, interventions to minimize these barriers should be adopted.  

    In summary, I will play crucial roles in the implementation of evidence-based practice as a nurse practitioner in the future. I will be actively involved as a nurse scholar to advance evidence in nursing. I may experience barriers such as resistance to change in implementing evidence-based practice. Therefore, I should be ready to implement responsive interventions to prevent them.  

 

References 

Bach-Mortensen, A. M., Lange, B. C. L., & Montgomery, P. (2018). Barriers and facilitators to implementing evidence-based interventions among third sector organisations: A systematic review. Implementation Science, 13(1), 103. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-018-0789-7 

Belowska, J., Panczyk, M., Zarzeka, A., Iwanow, L., Cieślak, I., & Gotlib, J. (2020). Promoting evidence-based practice – perceived knowledge, behaviours and attitudes of Polish nurses: A cross-sectional validation study. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 26(2), 397–405. https://doi.org/10.1080/10803548.2018.1489993 

Trautman, D. E., Idzik, S., Hammersla, M., & Rosseter, R. (2018). Advancing scholarship through translational research: The role of PhD and DNP prepared nurses. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 23(2).