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Topic Material:Other6. Individual Success PlanReview this resource to familiarize yourself with the requirements forthe Individual Success Plan (ISP) assignment in this topic.Website7. Optional: GCU Library Webinar Sign UpFor additional information, the following is recommended: Reviewthe webinar information offered by the GCU Library. From the"Webinars & Workshops: Webinar Calendar" page, selectthe "Category" tab and scroll down to the Nursing and HealthSciences selection. Webinar participation is optional.Electronic Resource8. Guidelines for Undergraduate Field ExperiencesReview the Guidelines for Undergraduate Field Experiences resourcein the Student Success Center. This material contains importantinformation for your clinical experience, including evaluationguidelines, the Clinical Site Visit Application, and the Clinical HourTracking Sheet for BSN Students.Electronic Resource9. Qualified Mentor/Preceptor Summary FormReview the "Qualified Mentor/Preceptor Summary Form"resource, located in the Student Success Center. Use the"Qualified Mentor/Preceptor Summary Form" as part of theTopic 1 Course Mentor Identification and Approval Process assignmentrequirements.Other10. Field Experience Site Information FormUse the "Field Experience Site Information Form" as partof the Topic 1 Professional Capstone and Practicum Documentationassignment requirements.Other11. Practicum Hours Requirements for Washington Registered NursesIf you are a registered nurse in Washington, your practicum experiencemust include a minimum of 50 hours in a community health setting.Other12. Scholarly Activity SummaryYou may use the "Scholarly Activity Summary" resource tohelp guide the preparation of the Scholarly Activities assignment, duein Topic 10.Electronic Resource13. Adopting Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Decision making: Nurses’ Perceptions, Knowledge, and Barriers
Read “Adopting Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Decision making:Nurses’ Perceptions, Knowledge, and Barriers,” by Majid, Schubert,Luyt, Zhang, Theng, Chang, and Mokhtar, from the Journal of the MedialLibrary Association (2011).Electronic Resource14. Nurses, Information Use, and Clinical Decision Making – the Real World Potential for Evidence-Based Decisions inNursingRead “Nurses, Information Use, and Clinical Decision Making – the RealWorld Potential for Evidence-Based Decisions in Nursing,” by Thompson,Cullum, McCaughan, Sheldon, and Raynor, from the BMJ website (2004).Electronic Resource15. Evidence-Based Practice or Practice-Based Evidence: What's in a Name?Read "Evidence-Based Practice or Practice-Based Evidence: What'sin a Name?" by McKeon and McKeon, from International Journal ofAthletic Therapy & Training (2015).