Question1.1.(TCO 1) Match the Informatics Key terms with their definition.
1:Foundational science for informatics that looks at how the human mind works
2:Emerging field of study
Discuss how a specific middle-range nursing theory has been or could be applied by nurse
leaders or nurse managers to effectively deal with an administrative issue (i.e., staffing, use of
supplies, staff performance issues). Include an example from the li
Select a grand nursing theory. Explain how application of this theory by nurse leaders and nurse
managers can influence outcomes from two of the following areas.
Patient satisfaction scores
Grand nursing theories are most complex, nonspecific, and broadest in scope,
composing abstract concepts that lack operational definitions (McEwen & Wills, 2014, p.37).
Grand theories provides nurses a foundation for nursing practice. It guide
Dr. Degges and Class,
Select a concept
Nurse competency in removing a central vascular catheter (CVC)
Determine the aims or purpose of analysis
Proper technique to safely remove a CVC
Identify all uses of the concept
Prevent air em
In this last week of class, we ask you to reflect on all you have learned these past weeks. Describe how
you as an advanced nurse will interpret and apply theory in your practical environment (i.e., leadership
or education) compared to when you first star
If you were planning a new undergraduate nursing program, what is one nursing theory (grand or
middle-range) that you would incorporate into the curriculum? Explain your reasoning.
I would incorporate grand theories into the curriculum because they are br
Theories are shared between other disciplines. Nursing combined knowledge
already generated from many other disciplines in order to practice competent nursing,
as well as to create solid and rigorous facts from the nursing profession (Throfand
What relationship(s) do you find between middle-range nursing theories and evidence-based
practice? Provide one example that uses a specific middle-range theory to support your views.
Middle-range nursing theories are more specific and can be
Dr. Degges and class
Concept and theory analysis are measurable tools to assist in forming the foundation for
theory development in our nursing practice. According to Walker & Avant (2010), the steps for
conducting a concept analysis are as follows: 1) Se
I am glad you asked the question. As I was writing that post last night, I thought about
that exact question. Instructors cannot teach someone to care. I feel students choose to go
into the nursing field knowing it is a caring characteristic p