Concept analysis of patient centered care

Project descriptionConcept AnalysisGuidelines & Scoring RubricPurpose:This assignment provides the opportunity for the student to conduct a formal concept analysis of one concept found in a nursing theory using an identified framework.
Course OutcomesThrough this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to:
(CO#1) Analyze theories from nursing and relevant fields with respect to their components, relationships among the components, logic of the propositions,
comprehensiveness, and utility to advanced nursing. (PO1)(CO#3) Communicate the analysis of and proposed strategies for the use of a theory in nursing practice. (PO3, 7, 10)(CO#4) Demonstrate logical and creative thinking in the analysis and application of a theory to nursing practice. (PO4. 7)
Due Date: Sunday 11:59 PM MT at the end of Week 4
Total Points Possible: 200Requirements:
Description of the AssignmentThe purpose of this 6-8 page paper (not including the title page or reference page in the page count) is a formal concept analysis of one concept found in a nursing
theory, adapting the methodology of Walker and Avant (2010, pp. 157 – 179). The book by Walker and Avant is not available electronically. This book is not needed in
order to succeed with this assignment. A summary of the steps in this method is found at the end of this document.
Any nursing theory may be used to find a concept for analysis. Only one concept is analyzed.
As part of the concept analysis, a focused review of scholarly literature is conducted, using a minimum of 3(three) scholarly sources related to the selected concept.
A formal literature review can be extensive in critiquing all the relevant literature about a specific topic or area of knowledge. In this assignment, that level of
effort is not required. What is expected is an integrated discussion of at least three articles on the concept selected for this assignment. Themes, ideas, or facts
about the concept found in the reviewed literature are presented in an organized fashion. Note: research articles about the concept are the best kind of article for a
literature review.
The steps in a concept analysis include:1. selection of a concept used in a nursing theory2. identification of the aims or purposes of the analysis3. a review of selected scholarly literature on the concept4. identification of possible use of the selected concept5. determination of defining attributes6. identification of model cases7. identification of alternate cases (borderline, related, contrary, invented, and illegitimate cases)8. identification of antecedents and consequences9. definition of empirical referentsThe paper concludes with a synthesis of the student’s new knowledge about the concept. The scholarly literature is incorporated throughout the analysis.
Criteria for Content1. Introduction includes statements on the process of concept analysis, identifies the nursing concept and nursing theory from which it was obtained, and relates the
main topics of the paper. A list of possible concepts is provided below. A substantive discussion of each of the following elements is present. All elements are
supported by scholarly literaturea. One aim or purpose of the analysisb. A review of scholarly literature (minimum of three articles)c. Two possible uses of the conceptd. Two defining attributese. Two model casesf. Two of the following alternative cases: borderline, related, contrary, invented, or illegitimateg. One antecedent and one consequenceh. Two empirical referents2. Concluding statements present the writer’s new knowledge on the concept acquired as a result of writing the paper
Criteria for Format and Special Instructions1. One of the textbooks required for this course may be used as one of the required references for this assignment.2. Title page, body of paper, and reference page must be in APA format (6th edition)3. A minimum of 3 scholarly sources on the concept are required.4. The paper (excludes the title page and reference page) must be a minimum of 6 pages and no longer than 8 pages.5. Ideas and information from professional sources must be cited correctly.6. Grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citations are consistent with the writing style specified in the 6th edition of the APA manual.
Walker, L. O & Avant, K. C. (2010). Strategies for theory construction in nursing (5th ed.). Upper SaIDle River, NJ: Prentice Hall
Possible Concepts (These concepts are not required; students may select one of these concepts or find another concept in any nursing theory)
• Noise• Cleanliness of environment• Patient Assessment• Self-care deficit• Self-care• Homeostasis• Behavioral system• Boundary lines• Open system• Patient Centered Care• Empowerment• Resources• Caring • Adaptation• Energy conservation• Meaningfulness• Modeling• Transaction• Activities of living• Actual caring occasion• Energy field• Pain• Pattern• Leadership• Engagement• ComfortAll of these concepts were selected from grand and miIDle-range theories presented in the course texts.
Directions and Grading CriteriaCategory Points % DescriptionIntroduction 12 6 Introduction clearly includes all three elements: statements on the process of concept analysis, identifies the selected nursing concept and nursing
theory from which it was obtained, and names the sections of the paperAims or Purpose 18 9.0 One aim or purpose of the concept analysis is substantively discussed and is supported by scholarly literatureLiterature Review 24 12.0 A substantive integrated discussion of at least three scholarly sources on the selected concept:• themes, ideas, or facts about the concept found in the reviewed sources are presented in an organized fashion;• Student’s new knowledge on validity of the methods used by the different sources’ authors to learn about the concept• Strengths and weaknesses of those authors’ conclusionsUses 18 9.0 2 possible uses of the selected concept are substantively discussed and supported by scholarly literatureDefining Attributes 18 9.0 2 defining attributes of the selected concept are discussed substantively and supported by the scholarly literatureModel Cases 20 10.0 2 model cases are discussed substantively and supported by the scholarly literatureAlternative Cases 20 10.0 2 alternative cases are discussed substantively (borderline, related, contrary, invented, or illegitimate), and each case has support from
the scholarly literature
Antecedents & Consequences 18 9.0 1 antecedent and 1 consequence of the selected concept are discussed substantively and supported by the scholarly literatureEmpirical Referents 18 9.0 2 empirical referents for the selected concept are discussed substantively and supported with scholarly literatureConclusion 12 6.0 Concluding content includes clear presentation of the writer’s new knowledge gained from writing the paperPaper Specifications 12 6.0 Paper is at least 6 pages and not more than 8 pages in length
 
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