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NURS 3100 Week 6 Discussion: Nurses are Changing the World!

As a future Walden nursing graduate, you will take your place beside the many Walden scholar-practitioner nurses that have preceded you. The current political milieu in the world of health care creates abundant opportunities for nurses like you to move health care toward positive social change. NURS 3100 3101: Issues and Trends in Nursing




To prepare


Review the following from this week’s Learning Resources:

Week 6 Discussion Rubric in the Course Information area or accessible through the link below

This week’s Writing Resources and Program Success Tools

By Day 3

Post a 3-paragraph response (of at least 350 words) to either Option 1 or 2 below.


Before you begin writing, reflect on your reading from this week. Use the writing resources and the Week 6 Discussion Rubric to develop your post. Be sure to use evidence, in-text citations, and essay-level writing skills, including the use of transitional material and organizational frames.


Option 1

As a nurse scholar-practitioner, how do you now, and how will you in the future, advocate for patients and effect positive social change in health care?




Option 2

Address one of the six key areas of health care discussed in the ANA Social Policy Statement. Explain how you will shape the future for nursing to fulfill nursing’s social responsibilities.


By Day 7

Read two or more of your colleagues’ postings from the Discussion question.


Respond with a comment that asks for clarification, supports, or contributes additional information to two or more of your colleagues.


Return to this Discussion in a few days to read the responses to your initial posting. Note what you have learned and/or any insights you have gained as a result of the comments your classmates made.


Post a discussion entry on 3 different days of the week. See the Discussion Response and Grading Rubric found in Course Information.


Submission and Grading Information

Grading Criteria