Please construct a 5 page paper or more as needed; and the accompanying powerpoint presentation of the written paper, with at least 10 – 12 slides on one of the topics listed below.
Is there a gap between nursing education and nursing practice? Please explain and support your answers with at least 5 references;sources cited from a primary source not older than 5 years.
Is nursing considered a science or an art? or both? Please explain and support your answers with at least 5 references; sources cited from primary source not older than 5 years.
Read the popular book ” Who killed Change”.
1. Synthesize the content.
Part 2 of the paper is for you to propose a change process of improvement
Choose one of the concepts that killed the process of change You will use one of the models or theory of change as discussed in your textbook. Nursing Process theory for Chnage is also acceptable thery.
Please type your 5 page paper in a WORD document, put your first and last name on it. Observe the proper APA format
What has been the impact of the ACA in health care delivery on an individual level, at state level and nationwide. Discuss some negative impact at this point in time Obamacare. Then propose some new approaches to better the cons of the Obamacare. (please follow the same format as above).
Discuss the value or significance of the role of advance nurse practitioner in the health care delivery in the United States. Discuss the impact of the new privileges that has now been granted of the ARNPs. To what extent would these privileges impact upon health care cost and sustainability of the health care as proided by aRNps. Proivde evidence of your arguments or assertions. Follow the same format and rules of the APA.
Please include at least 5 current professional nursing references in your presentation that are no more than 5 years old. This assignment is worth 25% of the course grade.
Who Killed Change? A Summary
Societies around the world have diverse ideas about change and transition. These two concepts may apply to governments, businesses, social events, sports, electronic devices, vehicles, scientific researches, arts, and educational systems. However, when it comes to people the whole idea takes a different direction. Generally speaking, people are afraid of change constantly, because the pain of a new idea may represent a threat to their integrity and customs.
In this extraordinary book titled Who Killed Change? the authors discuss ways in which change is so challenging and cannot be carried out without assistance from each individual in an organization. The authors use key components that are a crucial part of change, and make them into characters. These different characters include; Culture, Commitment, Sponsorship, Change Leadership Team, Communication, Urgency, Vision, Plan, Budget, Trainer, Incentive, Performance Management and Accountability (Blanchard, Britt, Hoekstra & Zigarmi, 2009).
When Change has been found dead a very serious detective named McNally is called in to investigate the case. McNally arranges to meet with each of the employees who are lacking what is needed to carry out change in the ACME organization. Finally, each employee had a part in change�s death because they refused to collaborate and work as a team. Change was never accomplished. (Blanchard, Britt, Hoekstra & Zigarmi, 2009).
Differences in people�s lives between their past and present demonstrate that they do not simply change, but also improve themselves from the inside out. Unlike the well known novel character Peter Pan, a misbehaving kid who refuses to grow up, I personally find interesting and necessary that a human being may evolve and become a better person in society. In fact, transitions are necessary for human beings in order to grow up physically and mentally. The happiest and most successful people are those who do not fear changes through life at all.
Blanchard, K., Britt, J., Hoekstra, J., & Zigarmi, P. (2009).Who killed change?. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers.