Chamberlain Advanced Physical Assessment Pharmacology and Pathophysiology Reflection

NR519 Module 1: Reflection 2Module 1: Reflection: Part 2 (graded)
Based on your response to Reflection: Part 1, state one insight that you gained
regarding the concepts in this module. Connect learning achieved to a minimum of one
course outcome addressed during this module.
Course Outcomes

CO 1: Differentiate normal and abnormal assessment findings within the context
of an individual’s cultural, ethnic and developmental perspective, in order to
holistically appraise health status across the life span. (POs 1, 2, and 3)
• CO 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the implications of advanced health
assessment, pathophysiology, and pharmacology in advanced nursing practice.
(POs 1 and 5)
Module Objectives

Examine the role of advanced physical assessment, pathophysiology, and
pharmacology as underpinnings for advanced nursing practice. (CO 4)
• Discuss the value of professional competency in physical assessment,
pathophysiology, and pharmacology across advanced nursing practice roles.
(CO 4)
• Appraise determinants of health obtained individual health history. (CO 1)
My reflection to part 1 is pasted below:
I hope that during this course period, you will be able to gain the wisdom and knowledge that
you seek to further your career and to provide the best care to your patients.
Module Reflective Discussion Guidelines and Rubric
PURPOSE
The purpose of this reflective discussion is to encourage student reflection upon concepts learned
during the module and their contribution to professional growth. Students will reflect upon learning
within each module and connect insights gained with course-specific outcomes.
DUE DATE


Reflection 1 is due by 11:59 p.m. MT Wednesday during Modules 1–8 of the session.
Reflection 2 is due by 11:59 p.m. MT Sunday at the end of Modules 1–7 of the session
and due 11:59 p.m. MT Saturday at the end of Module 8 of the session.
TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 15 POINTS
REFLECTION OVERVIEW
This course includes eight weekly modules of content. During each of the eight modules within this
course session, please respond to the following reflective questions, beginning with Module 1 (the first
week of the session) and continuing in consecutive order throughout the eight modules of the course
session.
For each module, consider the course concepts and topics addressed during the respective module,
and respond to the following questions.
Reflection 1: Review the course outcomes and consider the module objectives. What do you
hope to learn during this module of study?
Reflection 2: Based on your response to Reflection 1, state one insight that you gained regarding
the concepts in this module. Connect learning achieved to a minimum of one course outcome
addressed during this module.
REFLECTION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Abide by the Chamberlain College of Nursing Academic Integrity Policy.
2. Read the two reflective questions and respond within the following timeframes noted above.
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3. Follow the rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, punctuation, and sentence and paragraph
structures.
4. The use of first person tense is acceptable in the reflective discussions.
REFLECTION CRITERIA
Category
Points
%
Description
Reflection 1
6
40%
Reflective posting is submitted and describes what the student
hopes to learn during this module.
Reflection 2
6
40%
Reflective posting is submitted and
• describes one insight gained regarding the concepts in
this module; and
• connects learning achieved to a minimum of one course
outcome addressed in this module.
Timeliness of
Postings
3
20%
During Modules 1–8: Posting in response to Reflection 1 is made
before Wednesday 11:59 p.m. MT.
AND
During Modules 1–7: Posting in response to Reflection 2 is made
between Thursday 12:00 a.m. MT and Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT.
OR
During Module 8: Posting in response to Reflection 2 is made
between Thursday 12:00 a.m. MT and Saturday 11:59 p.m. MT.
Graduatelevel Writing
Style
It is an expectation that graduate-level writing style is used, evidenced by correct:
• Grammar
• Spelling
• Word usage
• Punctuation
• Sentence structure
• Paragraph structure
If the above expectation is not met, 3 points shall be deducted.
Total
15
100%
A quality reflective discussion will meet or exceed all the above
requirements.
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GRADING RUBRIC
Reflection
Criteria
Met
Not Met
Reflection 1
6 Points
0 Points
Reflective posting is submitted and describes
what the student hopes to learn during this
module.
Reflective posting is submitted but fails to clearly
describe what the student hopes to learn during
this module.
OR
No posting is submitted in response to Reflection
1.
Reflection 2
6 Points
0 Points
Reflective posting is submitted and
• describes one insight gained regarding
the concepts in this module; and
• connects learning achieved to a
minimum of one course outcome
addressed in this module.
Reflective posting is submitted but fails to meet
one or both of the following criteria.
• Describes one insight gained regarding
the concepts in this module.
• Connects learning achieved to a minimum
of one course outcome addressed in this
module.
OR
No posting is submitted in response to Reflection
2.
Timeliness of
Postings
3 Points
0 Points
The following expectations for timely postings
are met:
One or more of the following expectations for
timely postings are not met:
During Modules 1–8: Posting in response to
Reflection 1 is made before Wednesday 11:59
p.m. MT.
During Modules 1–8: Posting in response to
Reflection 1 is made before Wednesday 11:59
p.m. MT.
AND
AND
During Modules 1–7: Posting in response to
Reflection 2 is made between Thursday 12:00
a.m. MT and Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT.
During Modules 1–7: Posting in response to
Reflection 2 is made between Thursday 12:00 a.m.
MT and Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT.
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Graduatelevel Writing
Style
OR
OR
During Module 8: Posting in response to
Reflection 2 is made between Thursday 12:00
a.m. MT and Saturday 11:59 p.m. MT.
During Module 8: Posting in response to
Reflection 2 is made between Thursday 12:00 a.m.
MT and Saturday 11:59 p.m. MT.
0 Points Deducted
3 Points Deducted
Graduate-level writing style is used, evidenced
by correct:
• Grammar
• Spelling
• Word usage
• Punctuation
• Sentence structure
• Paragraph structure
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One or more errors is present in any of the
following areas.






Grammar
Spelling
Word usage
Punctuation
Sentence structure
Paragraph structure
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