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In a three- to four-page scholarly paper, address the following: Provide a succinct overview of the model you have selected and discuss how the selected

Please use your textbooks listed below to complete the assignment this week. The guidelines and rubric for this assignment are  below.

Groenwald, S. L. (Ed.). (2018). Designing and creating a culture of care for students and faculty:   The Chamberlain University College of Nursing Model. Washington, DC: National League for Nursing.

McCormack, B., &McCance, T. (2017). Person-centered practice in nursing and health care. Theory and practice (2nd ed.). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Purpose

Within the profession of nursing, multiple theories, models, and conceptual frameworks have been created to serve as a foundation for practice. The purpose of this assignment is to appraise the value of the model in serving as a theoretical framework and apply the model to your selected area of future professional nursing practice (your MSN track). For this assignment, you will select one of the following nursing models to address within the paper: the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model.

Requirements

Criteria for Content

Select one of the two models presented in the week five lesson (either the Person-Centred Nursing Framework, or the Chamberlain Care Model).

  1. In a three- to four-page scholarly paper, address the following:
    1. Provide a succinct overview of the model you have selected and discuss how the selected model addresses the four concepts within the nursing metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment).
    2. Discuss how the selected model qualifies as a theoretical framework within the profession of nursing, and its use within the profession.
    3. Describe how the chosen model can be applied in the future APN role (education, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics).

Preparing the paper

Submission Requirements

  1. Application: Use Microsoft Word 2013™ to create the written assessment.
  2. Length: The paper (excluding the title page and reference page) is at least three and no more than fourpages in length.
  3. A minimum of five (5)scholarly literature sources must be used.
  4. Submission: Submit your file to the Canvas course site by the due date/time indicated.

Best Practices in Preparing the Project

The following are best practices in preparing this project.

  1. Review directions thoroughly.
  2. Follow submission requirements.
  3. Make sure all elements on the grading rubric are included.
  4. Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal, scientific writing.
  5. Title page, running head, body of paper, and reference page must follow APA guidelines as found in the 6th edition of the manual. This includes the use of headings for each section of the paper except for the introduction where no heading is used.
  6. Ideas and information that come from scholarly literature must be cited and referenced correctly.
  7. A minimum of four (4) scholarly literature references must be used.
  8. Abide by CCN academic integrity policy.

Rubric

NR501 Week 5 Application of Theory Assignment

NR501 Week 5 Application of Theory Assignment
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction
18.0 pts

Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: • Includes general statements on the value of nursing models as a framework for practice. • States the selected model that will be analyzed, and the MSN track to which application will be presented. • Identifies sections of the paper. • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

16.0 pts

Presentation of information is superficial and includes all of the following elements: • Includes general statements on the value of nursing models as a framework for practice. • States the selected model that will be analyzed, and the MSN track to which application will be presented. • Identifies sections of the paper. • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

14.0 pts

Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all of the following elements: • Includes general statements on the value of nursing models as a framework for practice. • States the selected model that will be analyzed, and the MSN track to which application will be presented. • Identifies sections of the paper. • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

7.0 pts

Presentation of information in one of the following elements fails to meet expectations or is missing the following: • Includes general statements on the value of nursing models as a framework for practice. • States the selected model that will be analyzed, and the MSN track to which application will be presented. • Identifies sections of the paper. • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

0.0 pts

Presentation of information in two or more of the following elements fail to meet expectations or are missing the following: • Includes general statements on the value of nursing models as a framework for practice. • States the selected model that will be analyzed, and the MSN track to which application will be presented. • Identifies sections of the paper. • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

18.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOverview of Selected Model
35.0 pts

Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: • Selects either the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model. • Presents a succinct overview of the selected model. • Discusses the key concepts within the model. • Explain how the model addresses each of the concepts within the metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment). • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

31.0 pts

Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all of the following elements: • Selects either the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model. • Presents a succinct overview of the selected model. • Discusses the key concepts within the model. • Explain how the model addresses each of the concepts within the metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment). • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

28.0 pts

Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all of the following elements: • Selects either the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model. • Presents a succinct overview of the selected model. • Discusses the key concepts within the model. • Explain how the model addresses each of the concepts within the metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment). • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

13.0 pts

Presentation of information in one of the following elements fails to meet expectations or is missing the following: • Selects either the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model. • Presents a succinct overview of the selected model. • Discusses the key concepts within the model. • Explain how the model addresses each of the concepts within the metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment). • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

0.0 pts

Presentation of information in two or more following elements fail to meet expectations or are missing the following: • Selects either the Patient-Centred Nursing (PCN) Framework or the Chamberlain Care Model. • Presents a succinct overview of the selected model. • Discusses the key concepts within the model. • Explain how the model addresses each of the concepts within the metaparadigm (person, health, nursing, environment). • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources.

35.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAppraisal of the Model as a Nursing Theory
35.0 pts

Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: • Explains how the selected model qualifies as a theory to serve as a theoretical framework for nursing practice. • Discusses how the model has been used within the profession. • Provides citations from scholarly sources.

31.0 pts

Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all of the following elements: • Explains how the selected model qualifies as a theory to serve as a theoretical framework for nursing practice. • Discusses how the model has been used within the profession. • Provides citations from scholarly sources.

28.0 pts

Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all of the following elements: • Explains how the selected model qualifies as a theory to serve as a theoretical framework for nursing practice. • Discusses how the model has been used within the profession. • Provides citations from scholarly sources.

13.0 pts

Presentation of information in one of the following elements fails to meet expectations or is missing the following: • Explains how the selected model qualifies as a theory to serve as a theoretical framework for nursing practice. • Discusses how the model has been used within the profession. • Provides citations from scholarly sources.

0.0 pts

Presentation of information in two or more of the following elements fail to meet expectations or are missing the following: • Explains how the selected model qualifies as a theory to serve as a theoretical framework for nursing practice. • Discusses how the model has been used within the profession. • Provides citations from scholarly sources.

35.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication of the Model to Advanced Practice Nursing
35.0 pts

Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: • Discusses how the model can serve as a theoretical framework to inform and guide practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). • Includes one specific example which portrays application of the model to practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). Your example should be substantive, specific, and include a detailed description of how the model would be applied. o The example may come from a published source, or it may be your own creative idea. o Conventions of formal, scholarly writing should be used (do not use first person) • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources

31.0 pts

Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all of the following elements: • Discusses how the model can serve as a theoretical framework to inform and guide practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). • Includes one specific example which portrays application of the model to practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). Your example should be substantive, specific, and include a detailed description of how the model would be applied. o The example may come from a published source, or it may be your own creative idea. o Conventions of formal, scholarly writing should be used (do not use first person) • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources

28.0 pts

Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all of the following elements: • Discusses how the model can serve as a theoretical framework to inform and guide practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). • Includes one specific example which portrays application of the model to practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). Your example should be substantive, specific, and include a detailed description of how the model would be applied. o The example may come from a published source, or it may be your own creative idea. o Conventions of formal, scholarly writing should be used (do not use first person) • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources

13.0 pts

Presentation of information in one of the following elements fails to meet expectations or is missing the following: • Discusses how the model can serve as a theoretical framework to inform and guide practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). • Includes one specific example which portrays application of the model to practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). Your example should be substantive, specific, and include a detailed description of how the model would be applied. o The example may come from a published source, or it may be your own creative idea. o Conventions of formal, scholarly writing should be used (do not use first person) • Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources

0.0 pts

Presentation of information in two or more of the following elements fail to meet expectations or are missing the following: • Discusses how the model can serve as a theoretical framework to inform and guide practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). • Includes one specific example which portrays application of the model to practice within your future master’s prepared role (educator, executive, family nurse practitioner, healthcare policy, or nursing informatics). Your example should be substantive, specific, and include a detailed description of how the model would be applied. o The example may come from a published source, or it may be your own creative idea. o Conventions of formal, scholarly writing should be used (do not use first person) o Provides citations from scholarly nursing sources

35.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion
25.0 pts

Presentation of information is comprehensive and concise and includes all of the following elements: o Concluding summary of the model and its value as a theoretical framework o Proposed application of the model as a framework for practice in the selected master’s prepared role o Self-reflection regarding what was learned from completing this assignment o Writing in the first-person may be included for the self-reflection

22.0 pts

Presentation of information is good but superficial in places and includes all of the following elements: o Concluding summary of the model and its value as a theoretical framework o Proposed application of the model as a framework for practice in the selected master’s prepared role o Self-reflection regarding what was learned from completing this assignment o Writing in the first-person may be included for the self-reflection

20.0 pts

Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated in all of the following elements: o Concluding summary of the model and its value as a theoretical framework o Proposed application of the model as a framework for practice in the selected master’s prepared role o Self-reflection regarding what was learned from completing this assignment o Writing in the first-person may be included for the self-reflection

10.0 pts

Presentation of information in one of the following elements fails to meet expectations or is missing the following: o Concluding summary of the model and its value as a theoretical framework o Proposed application of the model as a framework for practice in the selected master’s prepared role o Self-reflection regarding what was learned from completing this assignment o Writing in the first-person may be included for the self-reflection

0.0 pts

Presentation of information in two or more of the following elements fails to meet expectations or are missing the following: o Concluding summary of the model and its value as a theoretical framework o Proposed application of the model as a framework for practice in the selected master’s prepared role o Self-reflection regarding what was learned from completing this assignment o Writing in the first-person may be included for the self-reflection

25.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA Format
18.0 pts

APA guidelines, as per the 6th edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the • title page; • running head; • body of paper (including citations and headings); and • reference page. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 0 to 1 APA error is present

16.0 pts

APA guidelines, as per the 6th edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the • title page; • running head; • body of paper (including citations and headings); and • reference page. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 2–3 APA errors are present

14.0 pts

APA guidelines, as per the 6th edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the • title page; • running head; • body of paper (including citations and headings); and • reference page. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 4–5 APA errors are present

7.0 pts

APA guidelines, as per the 6th edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the • title page; • running head; • body of paper (including citations and headings); and • reference page. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 6–7 APA errors are present

0.0 pts

APA guidelines, as per the 6th edition of the manual, are demonstrated for the • title page; • running head; • body of paper (including citations and headings); and • reference page. One deduction for each type of APA format error. 8 or greater APA errors are present

18.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Mechanics
9.0 pts

1–2 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. For this assignment, first person may be used.

8.0 pts

3–4 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. For this assignment, first person may be used.

7.0 pts

5–6 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. For this assignment, first person may be used.

3.0 pts

7–8 errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. For this assignment, first person may be used.

0.0 pts

9 or greater errors or exceptions to the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and other aspects of formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. For this assignment, first person may be used.

9.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences and Page Length Note: Students are to use at least five (5) scholarly references. The paper (excluding the title page and reference page) should be at least three but no more than four pages.
0.0 pts

3 point deduction if student does not meet these requirements

0.0 pts

No deductions if student meets the requirements

0.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLate Deductions
0.0 pts

0 pts lost – submission met deadline

0.0 pts

student does not meet the deadline for submission 10% per day up to 30% total (3-days)

0.0 pts
Total Points: 175.0

Sample Answer

The Person-Centered Framework in Nursing

Introduction

Since the introduction and adoption of person-centered nursing, the field of nursing has grown significantly over the past five years (McCormack & McCance, 2017). Person-centered care has a long relationship with nursing. It focusses on treating individuals, respecting the rights of a person, understanding and developing a therapeutical relationship as well as building mutual trust between the patients and the caregivers. Currently, person-centered nursing has become a center of focus in the philosophies and strategies of nursing. The World Health Organization has a mandate of ensuring that the health care provided is rooted in the principles of human right, non-discrimination, dignity, and participation (McCormack & McCance, 2017). For this reason, therefore, this paper intends to discuss the person-centered framework and its use in the nursing profession.

Overview of the Model and How It Addresses the Four Concepts within the Nursing Metaparadigm

The originality of person-centered framework came from Mac & McCance in 2006. The ideas of the person-centered framework were derived from the empirical research that focuses on person-centered practice among older people (McCormack & McCance, 2017). The original framework comprised of prerequisites, Care environment, person-centered processes, and outcomes. The prerequisite focused on the attributes of nurses. Care environment was based on the context of delivering care. Person-centered processes focused on delivering care with a range of activities. The outcome section looked at the effectiveness of the results in person-centered nursing (Groenwald, 2018). Since the publication of this framework, it has been translated into various languages and tested in several countries to determine its effectiveness.

The four concepts of nursing metaparadigm include the person, health, environment, and nursing. Person-centered framework addressed these concepts differently (Branch et al. 2016). Person-centered framework addressed the metaparadigm of person, by promoting the practices that help in satisfying human needs through human care. Therefore, in dealing with the person-centered framework, it is essential to accept and honor a person’s needs, belief and customs during nursing care. The person-centered framework addresses health as an aspect that is more than a physical cure of the illness (Branch et al. 2016). Therefore, to ensure that complete health is attained nurses need to focus on the holistic approach of the mind, body, and soul. According to the metaparadigm of nursing, patient-centered framework illustrates that nurses need to create a relationship with their patients and execute professional methods of nursing (Van der Cingel etal. 2016). Finally, patient-centered framework addresses the environment and illustrates that it greatly affects the healing process of a patient. Therefore, the environment should be suitable for patients and nurses.

Qualification of the Model as a Theoretical Framework and its Use in Nursing

Theoretical framework models bring together various interconnected concepts that build up a theory (Morgan & Yoder, 2012). Consequently, a theoretical framework also guides a study as it offers measurable variables that would be essential in improving the nature of the study. On the other side, a person-centered framework basically focuses on the patients’outcome and the nature of care that they receive from the nursing care centers. Furthermore, it also addresses difference concepts that are found in healthcare such as the person, care, nursing, and environment. Therefore, it is clear that person-centered framework qualifies as a theoretical framework within the nursing profession (Li & Porock, 2014).

The person-centered framework is an important aspect that is currently used in the nursing industry. It has now become a priority in most health care setups in the present days. The person-centered framework works on the basis of putting a person or the patient at the center of their care (Morgan & Yoder, 2012). Therefore, person-centered framework, have great uses in the nursing profession. First, the person-centered framework helps in improving the quality of services available in the health care centers. Secondly, it ensures that the patients are able to get the care they need and the point of need. Thirdly, the person-centered framework has enabled people to be more active in the process of looking after themselves, thus improving the rate of nursing (Li & Porock, 2012). Finally, person-centered framework minimizes the pressure on health and social services.

Application of the Model in the Future APN Role

The person-centered framework can be applied in the future Advanced Practice Nursing (APN)role in nursing informatics.APNis responsible for providing preventive care services to the public (Lowe et al. 2012). These preventive care services in most cases take place in a community based set up. Additionally, for an APN nurse to facilitate these service in the community, there is need to incorporate other aspects of nursing such as person-centered framework. It is also necessary to explain to the people in the community to understand the importance of preventive care and how it will be of good to them in the future. Therefore, the aspect of connecting and creating a good relationship with the patient comes in as described in the person-centered framework (Lowe et al. 2012). This involves the application of health and nursing concepts of the person-centered framework. Therefore, it is clear that person-centered framework is applicable in the future role of an APN role of nursing informatics.

Conclusion

From the above illustrations, it is evident that person-centered framework is an aspect that is greatly used in the healthcare system. The person-centered framework has been in use for five years now and lots of countries have embarked in testing its use in healthcare. The person-centered framework addresses various concepts such as health, environment, nursing, and person. These concepts help in understanding the idea of the person-centered framework. The model has also been effectively used in improving the quality of health in the nursing profession. Consequently, the person-centered framework will be successfully applied in the future APN role.

References

Branch, C., Deak, H., Hiner, C., & Holzwart, T. (2016). Four Nursing Metaparadigms. IU South Bend Undergraduate Research Journal, 16, 123-132.

Groenwald, S. L. (Ed.). (2018). Designing and creating a culture of care for students and faculty:   The Chamberlain University College of Nursing Model. Washington, DC: National League for Nursing.

Li, J., & Porock, D. (2014). Resident outcomes of person-centered care in long-term care: a narrative review of interventional research. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 51(10), 1395-1415.

Lowe, G., Plummer, V., O’Brien, A. P., & Boyd, L. (2012). Time to clarify–the value of advanced practice nursing roles in health care. Journal of advanced nursing, 68(3), 677-685.

McCormack, B., & McCance, T. (2017). Person-centered practice in nursing and health care. Theory and practice (2nd Ed.). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Morgan, S., & Yoder, L. H. (2012). A concept analysis of person-centered care. Journal of holistic nursing, 30(1), 6-15.

Van der Cingel, M., Brandsma, L., van Dam, M., van Dorst, M., Verkaart, C., & van der Velde, C. (2016). Concepts of person-centered care: a framework analysis of five studies in daily care practices. International Practice Development Journal, 6(2), 1-17.

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