Write a formal paper of 750-1,000 words that addresses the f

Write a formal paper of 750-1,000 words that addresses the following:Discuss the differences in competencies between nurses prepared at the associate-degree level versus the baccalaureate-degree level.Identify a patient care situation in which you describe how nursing care or approaches to decision-making may differ based upon the educational preparation of the nurse (BSN versus a diploma or ADN degree).For additional help finding research on this topic, refer to the GCU Library tutorial located at in the Student Success Center.Refer to the ‘American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Fact Sheet: Creating a More Highly Qualified Nursing Workforce’ as a resource.Refer to the assigned readings for concepts that help support your main points.Refer to ‘Grand Canyon University College of Nursing Philosophy.’ This is an informational resource to assist in completing the assignment.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.This assignment uses a rubric. Students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the criteria and expectations for successful completion.You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.NRS-430V-CONHCPPhilosophy.docxIn concert with the mission of theUniversity, the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions faculty affirmsour belief in educating nurses within a dedicated and supportive community ofChristian nurse scholars. The nursing programs prepare graduates to provideexcellent, holistic care while encouraging a passion for achievement, alifelong curiosity for knowledge, and pursuit of advanced professional degrees.The AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practiceguides the curriculum for the baccalaureate program. The AACN’s The Essentials of Master’s Education for AdvancedNursing Practice, Advanced Nursing Practice: Curriculum Guidelines and ProgramStandards for Nurse Practitioner Education, NONPF and AACN Nursing Practitioner Primary CareCompetencies in Specialty Areas, NONPF Domains and Competencies of Nurse PractitionerPractice, and NACNS Statement onClinical Nurse Specialist Practice and incorporatesEducation provide structure for thecurriculum content of the master’s program. The College of Nursing and HealthCare Professions curriculum is designed to facilitate the students’ abilitiesto creatively respond to continuously changing health care systems throughoutthe world. Educational experiences are planned to meet the needs of and toempower both students and clients. Professionalism, ethical decision making,accountability, critical thinking, and effective communication are emphasized.This is achieved through the application of liberal arts constructs, science,health and nursing theories, and the values of the Christian faith within thescope of nursing knowledge and evidence-based practice. Nursing practicepromotes human dignity through compassionate caring for all human beings,without consideration of their gender, age, color, creed, lifestyle, culturalbackground, and other visible or invisible boundaries between students,faculty, and clients. The faculty of the College of Nursing andHealth Care Professions is accountable for the quality of the educationalprograms and for the promotion of safe and effective nursing through teaching,service, and collaboration with other professionals and consumers of care. Thefollowing statements reflect the philosophical beliefs of the faculty inrelation to the concepts of health, environment, person, and nursing:HEALTHHealth is the central focus of nursing. Healthis a dynamic aspect of being that incorporates physical, emotional,intellectual, spiritual, and social dimensions.ENVIRONMENTAll humans interact with the physical, emotional, intellectual,spiritual, and social environments in which they work, play, and live. Thenursing role is to help provide healthy and safe environments so that personsmay live in optimal health.PERSONWe believe that all people are accepted andloved unconditionally as children of God. In the baccalaureate program, clientsare considered to be individuals, families, groups, communities, andpopulations. In the master’s program, clients include in additionorganizations/systems. Human diversity is cherished. Spirituality is conceivedas vertical and horizontal relationships with God and humanity. Theserelationships give hope and meaning to life now and in the future.NURSINGBaccalaureate nursing practice incorporates the roles of assessing,critical thinking, communicating, providing care, teaching, and leading. Thecaring professional approach includes the values of autonomy, altruism, humandignity, integrity, and social justice with unconditional regard for allpeople. Nursing practice includes health promotion, disease prevention, earlydetection of health deviations, prompt and adequate treatment of the humanresponse to acute and chronic illness, and compassionate care for thoseexperiencing death.Master’s nursing practice expands upon baccalaureate nursingconcepts to include clinical practice knowledge, coaching/mentoring/teaching,consulting/collaborating, advanced leadership, and nursing education with afocus on research and quality assurance, critical thinking, spirituality,diversity, caring, and life-long learning. The advanced professional nursing rolerelies on best practices and evidence-based research with a focus on evaluationof health, outcomes, and processes.Nursing education is theory driven.Theories are derived from the humanities, sciences, and Biblical concepts.Nursing knowledge, theory, research, and health promotion are influenced byspiritual perspectives, and ethical, legal, political, historical, and socialinfluences. The faculty values excellence in teaching with an individual focuson the learner. Teaching includes a variety of methods, learning modalities,and practice situations. Faculty provide opportunities for students to givecomprehensive care to diverse client populations, and the learning environmentis created and arranged to meet individual learning outcomes that areconsistent with the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions programoutcomes. The College of Nursing and Health Care Professions supports life-longlearning endeavors and fosters an appreciation of diversity among traditionaland nontraditional learners. Students are educated to provide, direct, andevaluate client-centered care while focusing on the person as an integratedwhole.2 days ago