Scholarly Discussion: The Future of Nursing


Note: Due to Hurricane Irma. you must submit one post (one
substantive original post) AND evidence-based citations and
references are required for your original post. NO PEER RESPONSES
are required.
In your initial post (do not copy/paste your entire paper, but may
include portions that relate to the prompt questions below):
Introduce your assigned Future of Nursing Recommendation
Describe the progress made to date on achieving the
recommendation (regionally, nationally, or both)
Provide ONE example of an innovative strategy to support the
achievement of the recommendation you found in your research.
Discuss the challenges facing nursing in achieving the
Refer to the Scholarly Discussions Grading Rubric: include and cite
evidence for your initial post response.
General Discussion: Checking the Pulse .7
This has likely been a whirlwind five weeks-you are on the brink of
completing your first course in the RN-BSN program. During the first
week, you submitted a plan for managing challenges. In this
discussion, share a little bit about your progress on meeting expected
and unexpected challenges in completing this course. How have you
modified your plan to be successful?

This is also an opportunity to provide feedback to SCF Nursing faculty
on how well we are doing in supporting your success. What activities
in this class have been most valuable to your learning? The least? In
what ways can we improve the overall support for newly-enrolled RN-
BSN students?

Your feedback is valuable in order to continually assess and improve
the quality of our education programs and student supports. Sharing
your experiences with other students may support a stronger sense of
community (especially for online learners).

Note: This is an open discussion forum, so your responses will be
shared among other students. Please email me if you wish to share
your reflections and comments in a more confidential manner. ONLY
an INITIAL POST is required, NO RESPONSE POST to a colleague’s
post is required. Also, NO CITATIONS/REFERENCES are required.