Walden NURS3100 Week 1 Discussion Latest NURS3100 Issues/Trends in Nursing Week 1 Discussion

Walden NURS3100 Week 1 Discussion Latest NURS3100 Issues/Trends in Nursing Week 1 Discussion

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Walden NURS3100 Week 1 Discussion Latest NURS3100 Issues/Trends in Nursing Week 1 Discussion

Creating
Your Personal Nursing Legacy
Many nurses
throughout history have left long and distinguished legacies of excellence in a
variety of ways. What impact might you have on the patients with whom you come
into contact every day?
The past
and current challenges to nursing and health care have been and are being met
by exemplary nurse leaders. Each has exhibited or is exhibiting enhanced focus
and ideation, enriched values, purpose, and grit! The successful nurse leader
must prepare to be an effective thinker, communicator, motivator, and champion
of personalized health care.
Nurses have
built and will continue to build upon a rich legacy of innovations and
commitment to meet issues of nursing and health care. Florence Nightingale, for
example, was highly educated, focused on a path of lifelong discovery, and
dedicated to knowledge and science in the service of others. Her legacy made us
a better society.
Your
individual nursing legacy is an integral part of the legacy of nursing as a
whole. Think about how you want to be remembered at the end of your nursing
career. Envision what you want to leave to the profession in the areas of
practice, education, and research. Make a conscious decision to plan deliberately
what your legacy will be, rather than just letting it happen. Review the
Learning Resources and write at least 350 words addressing one of the following
Discussion topics.
In this
Discussion, you have the opportunity to begin considering your own personal
nursing legacy.

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