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Clinical Nursing Skills

Competency-Based Assessments

Clinical Nursing SkillsCompetency-Based Assessments

Competency-Based Assessments

1 .
Research the history of holistic nursing and prepare a ten-minute slideshow presentation on its development in nursing practice.
2 .
Health promotion is a fundamental role of nursing. In a few sentences, discuss what health promotion as a nurse means to you. As a nurse, how do you plan to practice health promotion with your patients? Give specific examples.
3 .
In Section 1.1, you learned about the history of holistic nursing. Find at least two examples of evidence-based research about holistic nursing. Identify the types of research and their places on Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt’s levels of evidence. The research should be current (within the past five years). Present your research to your group or class. Include discussion of the levels of evidence of your research. What do you conclude about the strength of recommendation for holistic nursing?
4 .
In the planning phase, nurses collaborate with patients to establish specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely (SMART) outcomes. Create five SMART goals for yourself centered around the concept of holistic nursing.

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