Explain two factors (e.g., social, economic, political, institutional) that influence the need for a BSN program

 

1. Explain two factors (e.g., social, economic, political, institutional) that influence the need for a BSN program. 2. Explain how at least one of the following external forces has informed the decision for a BSN program: • The Institute of Medicine (IOM) • The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health • Magnet hospital recognition • Patricia Benner’s Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation • Contemporary literature on patient outcomes related to academic preparation for nurses C. Select a recommendation from one of the following organizations or institutions to guide the integration of quality and safety initiatives in the new BSN program: • Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) • The Institute of Medicine (IOM) • American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) • National League for Nursing (NLN) • The Joint Commission 1. Provide a rationale for your selected recommendation. 2. Discuss one possible barrier (e.g., faculty shortage, financial incentives) you may encounter as you implement your selected recommendation. D. Develop an argument for how a learning theory (e.g., constructivist, cognitivist, humanistic) would support the development of critical thinking skills in the new BSN program. 1. Critique the selected learning theory, including the following: • two advantages of using the selected theory in the new BSN program • two disadvantages of using the selected theory in the new BSN program E. Describe the key components of one of the following educational philosophies or conceptual underpinnings that can inform the development of the new BSN curriculum: • multiple intelligences • adult education • critical andragogy/pedagogy • narrative andragogy/pedagogy • authentic learning 1. Critique the selected philosophical approach, including the following: • one advantage of using the selected philosophy in the new BSN program • one disadvantage of using the selected philosophy in the new BSN program F. Select two current modalities for the delivery of the new BSN program (e.g., traditional classroom, online education, live web streaming, telehealth, social networks, electronic health records, simulations/clinical education experiences, competency-based learning). 1. Provide a justification for each of the selected modalities. 2. Analyze whether potential barriers exist in implementing your selected modalities. G. Describe why formative and summative assessments will be used in the new BSN program. 1. Discuss at least two benefits of using formative assessments in the new BSN program. 2. Discuss at least two benefits of using summative assessments in the new BSN program. 3. Discuss at least two limitations of using formative assessments in the new BSN program. 4. Discuss at least two limitations of using summative assessments in the new BSN program. 5. Analyze how one of the following assessment methods could increase student success in the new BSN program: • paper and pencil exams • high-stakes exams • classroom assessment techniques (CAT) • computer-based testing (CBT) H. Explain how the ANA Code of Ethics will be incorporated and applied in the new BSN program. 1. Analyze how each of the following legal accountabilities in nursing education will be incorporated and applied in the new BSN program: a. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) b. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) c. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) d. copyright laws

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