(Solution) NR500 NP Week 8: What Did You Learn


The purpose of the graded collaborative discussions is to engage faculty and students in an interactive dialogue to assist the student in organizing, integrating, applying, and critically appraising knowledge regarding advanced nursing practice. Scholarly information obtained from credible sources as well as professional communication are required. Application of information to professional experiences promotes the analysis and use of principles, knowledge, and information learned and related to real-life professional situations. Meaningful dialogue among faculty and students fosters the development of a learning community as ideas, perspectives, and knowledge are shared.

Preparing the Assignment


This graded discussion will give you an opportunity to reflect on what you learned in this course. Please provide an initial response to the discussion question by Wednesday at 11:59pm MT and one interactive dialogue response no later than Saturday at 11:59 PM MT at the end of WEEK 8. The discussion is worth 50 points. Please refer to the discussion grading rubric for additional criteria.


Thinking back over this course, what were the three most important or most interesting things you learned? How do you envision using the information you learned in your future nursing practice? What steps will you take to ensure your success in the master’s program?


As the course comes to an end, it is with no doubt that I have acquired a wide range of skills and knowledge related to nursing practice. As such, I feel that I am now better positioned to provide the best available care to the patients. Thinking back over this course,  the three most important and most interesting things that I have learned are; Roles of advanced practice nurses, patient-centered care, and practice issues in nursing. In regards to the roles of advanced practice nurses, I have learned in this course that there are four main APAN roles. These are certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA), certified nurse-midwife (CNM), clinical nurse specialist (CNS); and CNP as classified by the Consensus Model for APN regulation. Each of these APN roles plays a fundamental role when it comes to enhancing positive patient outcomes. When it comes to the aspect of patient-centered care, it is in this course that I have learned that it entails ensuring that..Please click the icon below to purchase full answer at only $5