NRS-493 Individual Success Plan NRS-493 Individual Success PlanREQUIRED PRACTICE HOURS: 100 Direct Clinical Experience (50 hours community/50 hours leadership) – 25 Indirect Clinical Experience Hours.PRACTICE EXPERIENCEComplete Contact InformationStudent Information GCUName: E-mail: Phone Number: Course Faculty Information Name: E-mail: Phone Number: Practicum Preceptor Information Name: E-mail: Phone Number: ISP InstructionsUse this form to develop your Individual Success Plan (ISP) for NRS-493, the Professional Capstone and Practicum course. An individual success plan maps out what you, the RN-to-BSN student, needs to accomplish in order to be successful as you work through this course and complete your overall program of study. You will also share this with your preceptor at the beginning and end of this course so that he or she will know what you need to accomplish.In this ISP, you will identify all of the objectives and assignments relating to the 100 direct clinical practice experience hours and the 25 indirect clinical practice hours you need to complete by the end of this course. Use this template to specify the date by which you will complete each assignment. Your plan should include a self-assessment of how you met all applicable GCU RN-to-BSN Domains & Competencies (see Appendix A).General RequirementsUse the following information to ensure successful completion of each assignment as it pertains to deliverables due in this course:Use the Individual Success Plan to develop a personal plan for completing your clinical practice experience hours and self-assess how you will meet the GCU RN-to-BSN University Mission Critical Competencies and the Programmatic Domains & Competencies (Appendix A) related to that course.Show all of the major deliverables in the course, the topic/course objectives that apply to each deliverable, and lastly, align each deliverable to the applicable University Mission Critical Competencies and the course-specific Domains and Competencies (see Appendix A).Completing your ISP does not earn clinical practice experience hours, nor does telephone conference time, or time spent with your preceptor.Within the Individual Success Plan, ensure you identify all graded course assignments and indirect clinical assignments listed in the table on the next page. Topic Graded AssignmentIndirect Clinical AssignmentsTopic 11. Individual Success Plan2. Reflection Journal Entry1. List of potential topics for the change proposalTopic 21. Topic Selection Approval Paper2. Reflection Journal Entry1. Search the literature for supporting journal articles2. Summary of topic category; community or leadershipTopic 31. PICOT Question Paper2. Reflection Journal Entry1. List of objectivesTopic 41. Literature Evaluation Table2. Reflection Journal Entry1. List of measurable outcomesTopic 51. Reflection Journal Entry1. Summary of the strategic plan2. Midterm Evaluation ToolTopic 61. Literature Review Table2. Reflection Journal Entry1. List of resourcesTopic 71. Reflection Journal Entry1. Summary of the evaluation plan2. Remediation-if requiredTopic 81. Benchmark Written Capstone Project Change Proposal2. Reflection Journal Entry Topic 91. Reflection Journal Entry1. Professional PresentationTopic 101. Finalized ISP2. Scholarly Activity Summary3. Benchmark-Reflection Journal Summary1. Summary of presentation2. Final Clinical Evaluation Tool3. Practice Clinical Evaluation Tool-Agency4. Practice Clinical Evaluation Tool-Preceptor Application-based Learning Course AssignmentsList of Current Course Objectives AssignmentDate Due Self-Assessment:Programmatic Domains & Competencies (see Appendix A)Self-Assessment:GCU RN-to-BSNUniversity Mission Critical Competencies (see Appendix A)DateAssignmentCompletedCapstone Change Project approval – perform an assessment of the organization and community to identify project topic· Study the identified issue.· provided solution using EBP.22-Aug-2021Improve patient outcomes and professional practice. MC2: Critical Thinking Capstone project summaryidentify a specific evidence-based topic for the capstone project change proposal.29-Aug-2021Provide summary of the topicMC2: Critical Thinking Capstone project topic selection and approval· Provide clear description of the identified problem.· The effect of the problem or issue.29-Aug-2021Understand proper Ethics and awareness necessary for capstone subjects.MC4: Global Awareness, Perspectives, and Ethics PICOT question paperEvidence-based solutionNursing interventionPatient careHealth care agencyNursing practice05-Sep-2021 Provide implementation guidelines of the chosen topic based on EBPMC2: Critical Thinking Literature evaluation tableResearch and select 8 peer reviewed articles that will be used for PICOT.Identify and apply research. Provide eight research articles that relate to the PICOT12-Sep-2021 Develop and implement EBP based patient care. MC5: LeadershipMC2: Critical Thinking Strategic Plan SummaryDetermine nursing practice intervention and interprofessional collaboration 19-Sep-2021 Provide plan for nursing process to be utilized in the clinical setting.MC1: Effective CommunicationMC4: Global Awareness, Perspectives, and Ethics Literature reviewanalyzes how current research supports the PICOT26-Sep-2021 Map out an EBP based patient care plan decisionsMC2: Critical ThinkingMC3: Christian Worldview Capstone project evaluation planReview strategic plan to implement the change proposal, the objectives, the outcomes, and listed resources03-Oct-2021 Determine how the plan will be disseminated to leadershipMC5: Leadership Benchmark-Capstone change proposalFormulate a written evidence-based account of the capstone project. 1,250-1,500 written project proposal will be presented.10-Oct-2021Apply EBP research step/process to address topic issue using the processes of critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and decision making. MC2: Critical ThinkingMC1: Effective CommunicationMC3: Christian Worldview Capstone project change proposal presentation for faculty review and feedbackPowerPoint evidence-based intervention and change proposal17-Oct-2021Implement patient care decisions based on evidence-based practiceMC1: Effective CommunicationMC4: Global Awareness, Perspectives, and Ethics Capstone project change proposal presentation Develop 250-350 word summary of the presentation incorporating the changes suggested by preceptor.24-Oct-2021 MC1: Effective CommunicationMC2: Critical Thinking Indirect clinical experience hours25 hours24-Oct-2021 Implement patient care decisions based on evidence-based practice.MC2: Critical ThinkingMC5: Leadership Scholarly Activity5 paragraph summary to include overview, problem, solution, opportunity24-Oct-2021Comprehend nursing concepts and health theoriesMC3: Christian WorldviewMC4: Global Awareness, Perspectives, and EthicsMC5: Leadership By typing in his/her signature below, the student agrees to have read, understood, and be accountable for the instructions, assignments, and hours shown above and that all questions have been satisfactorily answered by the faculty.Preceptors will sign upon initial receipt and at the end of the course to confirm that assignments have been complete with your guidance. Student SignatureName:Delwara SultanaDate: Preceptor Signature [Upon Initiation of Course]Name: Date: Preceptor Signature [Upon Completion of Course]Name: Date: APPENDIX A:GCU RN-to-BSN Domains & CompetenciesUniversity’s Mission Critical Competencies How does this Individual Success Plan support the GCU Mission?MC1: Effective Communication: Therapeutic communication is central to baccalaureate nursing practice. Students gain an understanding of their ethical responsibility and how verbal and written communication affects others intellectually and emotionally. Students begin to use nursing terminology and taxonomies within the practice of professional and therapeutic communication. Courses require students to write scholarly papers, prepare presentations, develop persuasive arguments, and engage in discussion that is clear, assertive, and respectful.MC2: Critical Thinking: Courses require students to use critical thinking skills by analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating scientific evidence needed to improve patient outcomes and professional practice.MC3: Christian Worldview: Students will apply a Christian worldview within a global society and examine ethical issues from the framework of a clearly articulated system of professional values. Students will engage in discussion of values-based decisions made from a Christian perspective.MC4: Global Awareness, Perspectives, and Ethics: The concept of global citizenship is introduced to baccalaureate students in the foundational curriculum. Some courses will focus on the human experience across the world health continuum. The World Health Organization (WHO) definitions of health, health disparities, and determinants of health are foundational to nursing practice.MC5: Leadership: Students are required to develop skills and knowledge associated with their professional role. Courses require students to develop self-leadership skills such as time management, setting priorities, self-control, and evaluation of their abilities and performance. Domains and CompetenciesHow does this Individual Success Plan support the Program Domains and Competencies?Domain 1: Professional RoleGraduates of Grand Canyon University’s RN-BSN program will be able to incorporate professional values to advance the nursing profession through leadership skills, political involvement, and life-long learning.Competencies:1.1: Exemplify professionalism in diverse health care settings.1.2: Manage patient care within the changing environment of the health care system.1.3: Exercise professional nursing leadership and management roles in the promotion of patient safety and quality care.1.4: Participate in health care policy development to influence nursing practice and health care.1.5: Advocate for autonomy and social justice for individuals and diverse populations. Domain 2: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing PracticeGraduates of Grand Canyon University’s RN-BSN program will have acquired a body of nursing knowledge built on a theoretical foundation of liberal arts, science, and nursing concepts that will guide professional practice.Competencies:2.1: Incorporate liberal arts and science studies into nursing knowledge.2.2: Comprehend nursing concepts and health theories.2.3: Understand and value the processes of critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and decision making.Domain 3: Nursing PracticeGraduates of Grand Canyon University’s RN-BSN program will be able to utilize the nursing process to provide safe quality care based on nursing best practices.Competencies:3.1: Utilize the nursing process to provide safe and effective care for patients across the lifespan3.2: Implement patient care decisions based on evidence-based practice.3.3: Provide individualized education to diverse patient populations in a variety of health care settings.3.4: Demonstrate professional standards of practice.Domain 4: Communication/InformaticsGraduates of Grand Canyon University’s RN-BSN program will be able to manage information and technology to provide safe quality care in a variety of settings. In addition, graduates will be able to communicate therapeutically and professionally to produce positive working relationships with patients and health care team members.Competencies:4.1: Utilize patient care technology and information management systems.4.2: Communicate therapeutically with patients.4.3: Promote interprofessional collaborative communication with health care teams to provide safe and effective care.Domain 5: Holistic Patient CareGraduates of Grand Canyon University’s RN-BSN program will be able to provide holistic individualized care that is sensitive to cultural and spiritual aspects of the human experience.Competencies:5.1: Understand the human experience across the health-illness continuum.5.2: Assess for the spiritual needs and provide appropriate interventions for individuals, families, and groups.5.3: Provide culturally sensitive care.5.4: Preserve the integrity and human dignity in the care of all patients.