This week as we explore current legislative efforts, health care policies and the need for health promotion in our communities please visit the ANA web page, linked here (Links to an external site.) related to advocacy issues in nursing practice today. When entering the web page you will need to scroll down the page and choose one of the following issues highlighted: Health Care Reform, Safe Staffing, Nurse Workforce Development or Home Health. Based on your selection of topics address the following in your discussion post:
*Be sure you have referenced the ANA website in APA format and provided intext citations for where you used the information from ANA in your post.
You are expected to respond to the discussion prompt with your initial post by the 3rd day of the unit week. After submitting your initial post, respond to at least two other student posts. Your responses should be thoughtful, respectful, and substantially add value to the discussion. You should respond to your peers throughout the unit week, but all responses need to be submitted no later than the last day of the unit week.
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Weekly Discussion Guidelines:
Online discussions are an important component of the program and course. You are expected to respond to the discussion questions with your initial post by the 3rd day of the unit week. After the initial post, you will then respond to multiple peers to drive the weekly unit discussions. One peer response should occur on a different day of the unit from your initial discussion post. You should respond to your peers throughout the unit week, but all responses need to be submitted no later than the last day of the unit week.
Each week your discussion will be graded on a point scale. In order to successfully complete each weekly discussion assignment, you will need to address all items included in the discussion topic/question, respond to peers thoughtfully, add value to the discussion, and apply ideas, insights, or concepts from scholarly sources, such as: journal articles, assigned readings, textbook material, lectures, course materials, or authoritative websites. For specific details and criteria, refer to the discussion rubric in the Menu (⋮) or in the Course Overview Weekly Discussion Guidelines.
Note: This is a fast-paced baccalaureate level course that will sometimes require significant effort to complete all assignments thoroughly, accurately, and on time. Late submissions will not be accepted for grading. Any submissions outside of the assigned unit week will not be counted. Please ensure that you plan accordingly and take steps to ensure you meet the assigned submission dates.