When you write a paper, you need to include a thesis. This should be about 3 sentences and then a sentence describing the purpose of the paper. Example: “The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate….”
Use 1-4 word BOLD Centered Headers to separate Rubric topics. Example:” IOM and Education”. Do not write a sentence for Headers.
Make sure your grading rubric is nearby as that is how I must grade the papers.
When you submit references, review APA 7th edition. Make sure you are placing references by author’s last name first in alphabetical order.
Do not write in the 1st person for APA papers. You may use words such as “The author’s experience is…” or This writer’s observation” type sentences.
Provide expanded examples from your experiences to support your analysis. Do not write papers only using quoted referenced material as you need to demonstrate critical thinking, analysis and application.
Below are the GCU instructions (not the rubric) for your assignment: NOTE: THIS PAPER IS WORTH 250 PTS!
Review the Institute of Medicine’s 2010 report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” Write a 750-1,000 word paper discussing the influence of the IOM report on nursing practice. Include the following:
Summarize the four messages outlined in the IOM report and explain why these are significant to nursing practice.
Discuss the direct influence the IOM report has on nursing education and nursing leadership. Describe the benefits and opportunities for BSN-prepared nurses.
Explain why it is important that a nurse’s role and education evolve to meet the needs of an aging and increasingly diverse population.
Discuss the significance of professional development, or lifelong learning, and its relevance in caring for diverse populations across the life span and within the health-illness continuum.
Discuss how nurses can assist in effectively managing patient care within an evolving health care system.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.