Topic: Patient centered care
learnerto demonstrate writing skills, organizational
skills, and ability to correctly present ideas and credit others in APA format
when writing a professional paper.
Thisassignmentenablesthestudent tomeet thefollowingcourseoutcomes.
verbal,written,andtechnological communicationusing legal
and ethical standardsfortransferringknowledge
using success resources provided to Chamberlain students.(PO #3)
CO #4. Integratecriticalthinking andjudgment
decision-makingin collaboration withfacultyandpeers.
CO #5. Apply concepts of
accountability forpersonal andprofessional
information and technology competence,implementing
and using effective strategiesforonline student
success using resources provided to Chamberlain students. (PO #5)
2. From Doc Sharing (APA Resources category),download theAPA
asYour Last NameProfessional Paper.docx. Save itto yourown computerorflash
in a location where you will be able
the saved document.Remember
version is acceptable.The document mustbesaved as a.docx.Save yourworkfrequentlyas you
3. Mechanics of the Professional Paper include:
a. Times New Roman size 12 typeface (font) double spaced
with 1-inch margins
b. No abstract
c. Correct APA format
d. Correct spelling, apostrophe use, grammar, paragraphing,
and sentence structure
e. Contents must include Title Page, body of the paper (500–600 words including
Introduction, two Main Points from your Professional Paper Worksheet outline,
and Conclusion), and References
Two Main Points
and Conclusion should be Level 1 headings.
g. References should only
include your Hood textbook and the article you selected in your Professional
Paper Worksheet that was approved by your instructor.
h. Contents of the paper must include any revisions
suggested by your instructor in Professional Paper Worksheet feedback.
4. When yourassignment iscomplete,
save and close yourProfessional
Paper. Enterthecourseand submit
thedocument asan attachment
the Week6 Assignments
Article reference: Kay Hogan, Beverly; Cleary, Edited by Mona Shattell, PhD, RN and Michelle; Issues in Mental
Health Nursing, 2013 May; 34 (5): 375-9. (journal article - review) ISSN:
0161-2840 PMID: 23663025
Book reference: Hood, L. J. (2014). Leddy & Pepper's conceptual bases of professional nursing (8th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.