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NRSG367 Transition to Professional Nursing

Added on -2020-02-23

| NRSG367
| 4 pages
| 750 words

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Running head: TRANSITION TO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE1Transition to Professional PracticeStudent's NameInstitution
TRANSITION TO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE2Transition to Professional PracticeThe position statement is clearly stated at the beginning, which makes it easy for the reader to understand what issue the article solves. This justifies why the article was written as well as making it clear what value it adds to the medical field. The introduction and conclusion part enables one understands the issues being discussed which are the registered nurses and the role they play in the healthcare facilities. At the introduction, there is a description of who a Registered Nurse (RN) and why they exist in the hospitals. There is also a description of what they do so as they contribute to the growth and wellbeing of the people in the society. Further, the introduction demystifies the job description of the RNs as they work for an individual, family, or a group(Gardner et al., 2008). At the conclusion part, an evaluation outcome gives detailed information about the nursing practice as a career. It is a summary of the main ideas presented in the paper making it easy to capture the main ideas.The position statement relate to the topic as it shows the connection and flow of the entirearticle. This gives it a free and open flow that enables a reader to follow from the beginning to the end with ease. It is also easy to understand and expect in the entire paper from the presentation of the position statement at the introduction part of the article(American Nurses Association, 2010). In addition, the position statement succeeds at demonstrating the link to the NMBA Registered Nurse Standards for Practice. This means that the reader is aware of what an interested individual that wants to train as a nurse must fulfill and follow so that they can get recognition in Australia. The practices are presented in a way that makes it easy to understand and follow(Funnell et al., 2009). The article uses different colors to demonstrate the major pointsand lay emphasis on the most important areas that a registered nurse should have as they join the practice.

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