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Sheila Esparza4/17/2017 7:37:02 PMReflectionAccording to Chamberlain College of nursing’s program outcomes (2017), number five states: “Develop a plan for lifelong personal and professionalgrowth that integrates professional values regarding scholarship, service and global engagement”. This course has definitely helped me more about my future. I cannot speak for everyone but I can personally say sometimes as a student youare so focused with completing the course work you rarely get to “take it all in”, this course was not like that. It made me think in a way that was different with theother courses. For example the case studies provided were very insightful and made you think about real-life scenarios that could very well happen to us as APRNs. The couple that stood out to me in particular was the one about how to negotiate your contract and the one about Stephanie the medical assistant. The case study about negotiation my contract is very important in out futures being that we need to well versed in how much we are “worth” and what information weneed to be aware of. Through this post alone I learned it is recommended to have an employment contract. The employment contract provides more details ofthe position, specifics regarding benefits, and details of the employment arrangement (Dillion and McLean, 2014, p.55). Also the case study in regards to the MA Stephanie was eye opening; I have witnessed this first hand but never thought about it from a FNP’s vantage point. Just like my nursing license I have to protect my practitioner’s license as well, so as a leader it is imperative to be efficient in communication in order to ensure policy and procedures are being followed. This is not only to protect myself but also the community we serve.