Students will create a definition of caring and an

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nursing. Students will create a definition of caring and an artistic expression of their perception on caring. Course Outcomes Through this assessment, the student will meet the following Course Outcomes. CO 1: Examine roles and competencies of master’s-prepared nurses essential to performing as leaders and advocates of holistic, safe, and quality care. CO 2: Apply concepts of person-centered care to nursing practice situations. Total Points Possible This assessment is worth 125 points. Due Date Submit your file(s) by 11:59 p.m. MT Sunday at the end of Week 2. Requirements Criteria for Content
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Take a moment to reflect on how you demonstrate caring in your current professional practice. Create an original artistic representation of your perception on caring in nursing. Drawings should be formatted on an 8 x 10 document and submitted as a PDF Poems or short-story – word document 1 page in length In a one- to two-page written paper, address the following. The importance of caring to nursing practice and the profession A personal definition of caring; include principles of holistic care Definitions of caring found in nursing literature that support your perspective on caring An explanation of the artistic expression you chose and how it represents caring
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