demonstrates philosophical agreement with a nursing theory with appropriately used theorist terminology
The purpose of Module C-Part I is to allow students an opportunity to synthesize course concepts and develop a personal philosophical statement of one’s values and beliefs about nursing. Students will construct a theory mind map to conceptualize their personal philosophical statement and their beliefs in relation to one selected theory. Students are to include the metaparadigm concepts of person/client, environment, health/illness and nursing into their mind map. See the module description for more specifics.
N4343 Module C Part I
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Content-Mind Map
Information in assignment is relevant to the criteria including: Metaparadigm addressed, creativity, philosophical statement clearly stated and theory is evident.
Content exceeds meeting stated objectives for: a) person/client, environment, health and nursing; (7 pts) b) creativity in the map. (5 pts) c) philosophical statement clearly present; (7 pts) d) theory evident. (6 pts)
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Paper: Compatibility
Discusses concepts and compatibility of theory and own philosophy in the summary.
Clearly demonstrates philosophical agreement with a nursing theory with appropriately used theorist terminology and integration into philosophical statement.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Paper: Application
Student gives example of application or theory to own practice in the summary paper. Address the metaparadigm of nursing along with how the philosophical statement, based on nursing theory can be utilized in practice. Clinical example with integration of philosophical statement and theory presented.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Scholarly Presentation
Writing style allows for clear communication of thoughts through logical presentation of ideas with correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. This assignment is 2-3 pages (not including title page nor reference page)
Thoughts are logically organized at the paragraph level without errors in spelling, grammar, or punctuation.
Thoughts are logically organized at the paragraph level with no more than 1 error in spelling, grammar or punctuation. The paper is over 3 pages.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Examples of Scholarly Presentation Errors