Planning is the key to successful completion of this course and your overall program of study. The Individual Success Plan (ISP) assignment requires early collaboration with the course faculty and your course mentor. You will need to establish a plan for successful completion of (1) deliverables associated with weekly course objectives, (2), required practice immersion hours, and (3) deliverables associated with your capstone project.

Access the “Individual Success Plan” resource in the Topic Materials. Read the information in the resource, including student expectations and instructions for completing the ISP document.

Use the “Individual Success Plan” to develop a personal plan for completing your practice hours and how topic objectives will be met. Include the number of hours you plan to set aside to meet your goals.

A combination of 100 supervised clinical hours in community health and leadership areas will be obtained through the application of the objectives listed in the Guidelines for Undergraduate Field Experiences manual.

Practicum immersion experiences are required in a community health setting. Community-based settings should encourage community integration and involvement; expand accessibility of services and supports; promote personal preference, strengths, dignity; and empower people to participate in the economic mainstream.

According to HealthyPeople.gov, educational and community-based programs and strategies are designed to reach people outside of traditional health care settings. These settings may include schools, worksites, health care facilities, and communities. Community health and leadership practice immersion can occur in the same site and in conjunction with the evidence-based project in the NRS-490 course.

If you are a registered nurse in Washington, your practicum experience must include a minimum of 50 hours in a community health setting.

Students should apply concepts from prior courses to critically examine and improve their current practice. Students should also integrate scholarly readings to develop case reports that demonstrate increasingly complex and proficient practice.

Consider the challenges you expect to encounter as you continue the practice hour and competency requirements throughout this course. How might you overcome these challenges?

You can renegotiate these deliverables with your faculty and mentor throughout this course and update your ISP accordingly.

Once your ISP has been developed and accepted by your course faculty, you will have your course mentor sign it at the beginning of, and upon completion of, each assignment that incorporates practice immersion hours. You will track all course practice immersion hours in the ISP.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

NRS-490-RS-IndividualSuccessPlan.docx

Planning is the key to successful completion of this course and your overall program of study. The

Individual Success Plan (ISP) assignment requires early collaboration with the course faculty and your

course mentor. You will need to establish a plan for s

uccessful completion of (1) deliverables

associated with weekly course objectives, (2), required practice immersion hours, and (3) deliverables

associated with your capstone project.

Access the “Individual Success Plan” resource in the Topic Materials. Read the information in the

resource, including student expectations and instructions for completing the ISP document.

Use the “Individual Success Plan” to develop a personal plan for co

mpleting your practice hours and how

topic objectives will be met. Include the number of hours you plan to set aside to meet your goals.

A combination of 100 supervised clinical hours in community health and leadership areas will be

obtained through the ap

plication of the objectives listed in the

Guidelines for Undergraduate Field

Experiences

manual.

Practicum immersion experiences are required in a community health setting. Community

based

settings should encourage community integration and involvement; expand accessibility of services and

supports; promote personal preference, strengths, dignity; and

empower people to participate in the

economic mainstream.

According to HealthyPeople.gov, educational and community

based programs and strategies are

designed to reach people outside of traditional health care settings. These settings may include

schools,

worksites, health care facilities, and communities. Community health and leadership practice

immersion can occur in the same site and in conjunction with the evidence

based project in the NRS

490 course.

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