Philosophies and Theories For Advanced Nursing Practice
Purpose Nurse practitioners actively engage in the process of translating nursing knowledge into practice, thereby establishing evidence-based approaches within the discipline. Throughout this process, a theoretical framework provides a meaningful context to guide and support evidence-based practice. The purpose of this assignment is to identify a theory or model which can be used as a framework for a future evidence-based project during your nurse practitioner education. Criteria for Content Review literature regarding issues or concerns within your selected nurse practitioner specialty. Select a theory or model which is relevant to your nurse practitioner specialty and would offer a meaningful context for evidence-based practice surrounding the issue or concern which you identified. 1. Address the following. 1. Introduction to the presentation 2. Identify and describe a theory or model, and explain its relevance to your nurse practitioner specialty. 3. Describe an issue or concern that is related to your nurse practitioner specialty, and explain its impact on health care outcomes 4. Explain how the theory or model can be used as a framework to guide evidence-based practice to address the issue or concern and discuss the unique insight or perspective offered through the application of this theory or model. 5. Conclusion to the presentation 6. References Reading for Ideas Butts, B. J. & Rich, L. K. (2018). Philosophies and Theories For Advanced Nursing Practice (3rd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Chapters 25, 26 Recommended Dwyer, T., Craswell, A., Rossi, D. & Holzberger, D. (2017). Evaluation of an aged care nurse practitioner service: quality of care within a residential aged care facility hospital avoidance service. BMC Health Services Research, 17(33), 1-11. Morone, J. (2017). An integrative review of social determinants of health assessment and screening tools used in pediatrics. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 37.2. Schierhour, G., Hains, J., Si, D., Kennedy, C., Cox, R., Kwedza, R., O”Donoghue, L., Gittock, M., Brands, J., Longergan, K., Dowden, M., & Bailie, R. (2013). Evaluating the effectiveness of a multifaceted, multilevel continuous quality improvement program in primary health care: developing a realist theory of change. Implementation Science, 8, 1-16. doi: 10.11.1186/1748-5908-8-119.