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Week 2 Project
This week you will turn in a draft of your “Personal Philosophy and Theoretical Concepts” paper. Your paper should contain the following sections:
Nursing Autobiography: A brief (1 page) discussion of your background in nursing. (THIS IS MY AUTHOBIOGRAPHY My
name is _________ , I am in the state of Texas. I have been a Nurse since
2009. I have work in various fields of Nursing. I worked in psych units,
Dialysis and home Health. I truly loved working in the psych units but have
decided to do Home Health at this time to focus on my school. I was a
pharmacist in my country and had to switch to Nursing when I came into the
United States. I have truly enjoyed being a nurse, caring for people and I
intend to continue doing so) This does not include future goals.
The Four Metaparadigms: Describe what the literature says about the basic four metaparadigms/concepts of patient, nurse, health, and environment. Do not relate the metaparadigms to the theory you have chosen.
Briefly describe the theory you have chosen.
Two Practice-Specific Concepts: in separate subsections discuss each of your two concepts:What is the definition of the concept (outside of the theory)?How does your theorist define your concept?How does this concept apply to your clinical setting? Give an example of how nurses in your area provide care that correlates with the theorist’s definition of the concept.
You MUST use the attached template here to complete your paper.
The paper is to be thoroughly researched and well documented, with relevant material from the nursing theorists presented incorporated into the paper. Use the current edition of the APA Manual throughout the paper. Sources should focus on references from nursing theory but may also include conceptual and theoretical material from other professional domains. The paper, excluding references or appendices, is to be limited to 3-5 pages. Writing should be succinct and well organized, as it is impossible for the facilitator to evaluate form and content separately.