DNP- 802 ROLE DEVELOPMENT. I need this in 600 words. I also need multiple resources to answer the questions, with in-text citations of all resources used. Resources must also be within the last 5 years.


Choose 2 of the following topical areas to address:

1. How do you integrate theory and science into EBP?

2. What are effective leadership characteristics?

3. What is Systems Thinking and how does it relate to Leadership in Advanced Practice?

4. In Zaccagnini, the reader is presented with brief summaries of 18 theories of nursing. Choose one that may underpin your nursing practice and describe why that theory supports your practice or choose another theory/model that you currently use or would like to implement in your setting.

5. Does theory relate or contribute anything to daily practice? In what ways might you use theory in practice?

6. In what ways might you use theory in practice?

7. Discuss the benefits, concerns, and challenges of the systems approach as it relates to the multiple dimensions of a health care system. Please share an example of systems thinking or transformational leadership that you have seen in practice.

8. What leadership styles do you think you will most likely adopt as a DNP graduate, when engaged in a leadership role? Why?

9. Do you face conflict or avoid it? How do you gain experience in feeling comfortable addressing conflict in the workplace?

Theory underpinning nursing practice
One theory that underpins nursing practice is the Person-Centred Care (PCC) model. This theory emphasizes that the patient’s unique perspective, values, and beliefs should be the focus of the care provided by nurses (McCormack & McCance, 2017). The PCC model aligns with my nursing practice as it provides a framework for building a therapeutic relationship with patients, which is essential in delivering high-quality care.

The PCC model emphasizes the need for nurses to understand the patient’s perspectives, which requires a deep understanding of the individual’s unique context, cultural background, and lived experiences. Nurses must also be able to effectively communicate and engage with patients in a way that acknowledges and respects their values and preferences. This is particularly important when managing chronic illnesses or complex health problems, as patients often face multiple challenges in their daily lives that affect their health outcomes (McCormack & McCance, 2017).

By using the PCC model, nurses can develop care plans that are tailored to the individual patient’s needs, which can result in better health outcomes, increased patient satisfaction, and improved quality of life. For example, in my clinical practice, I have worked with patients who have chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, who have complex health needs that require ongoing support and management. By using the PCC model, I have been able to develop care plans that address the patients’ unique needs, which has resulted in improved health outcomes and better quality of life for my patients.



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