NUR3805 MDC WK4 Three Good Things Build Resilience & Improve Well-being

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PREPARING THE SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 2

  1. Carefully read these instructions and the Rubric.
  2. Follow the instructions and specifics on the assigned required template and the rubric. You will demonstrate your scholarly writing abilities as well as APA abilities in references, citations, quotations, and paraphrasing.
  3. See rubric for length limitations for each section and other criteria.
  4. For the Introduction section (see rubric for details),
    1. introduce the assigned paper topic;
    2. explain that the purpose of this paper is to provide a summary of the assigned article;
    3. explain that that the impact of the article contents on your own future practice will be included; and
    4. length must be 50–75 words.
  5. For the Article Summary section (see rubric for details),
    1. clearly summarize the major content of the assigned article using 175–200 words;
    2. content must include main ideas from across the entire article;
    3. specifics should be excellent;
    4. content must be attributed to the correct source; and
    5. instructor feedback from Week 4 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 must be used to revise and improve this section.
  6. For the Impact section,
    1. clearly state how learning from the assigned article will impact your future practice;
    2. length must be 125–150 words;
    3. writing must be concise and clearly relate the assigned article contents to practice;
    4. use first person in this section; and
    5. instructor feedback from Week 4 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 must be used to revise and improve this section.
  7. For the Conclusion,
    1. write a concise summary of main points of the paper;
    2. provide a concluding statement; and
    3. length must be 75–100 words.
  8. Double check your work with the rubric prior to submission.
  9. Note: Assigned Template must be used for this assignment. The Assigned Template has been specially prepared to help you do well on this assignment. See #2 above.
  10. Note: Assigned Article must be used for this assignment. Failure to do so may result in loss of points and/or Academic Integrity violation investigation

Rubric :

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle Page

5.0 pts

Title page adheres very well to APA format (0-1 errors).

4.0 pts

Title page adheres mostly well to APA format (2 errors).

3.0 pts

Title page somewhat adheres to APA format (3 errors).

2.0 pts

Title page does not adhere well to APA format (4 errors).

0.0 pts

No title page OR more than 5 errors.

5.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMargins, Headings, Headers, Font, Spacing

5.0 pts

Margins, headings, headers, font, and spacing adhere well to APA format.

4.0 pts

Margins, headings, headers, font, and spacing adhere fairly well to APA format.

3.0 pts

Adherence of margins, headings, headers, font, and spacing to APA format is only fair.

2.0 pts

Margins, headings, headers, font, and spacing adhere poorly to APA format.

0.0 pts

Headings not used and paper is single spaced with incorrect font and margins.

5.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction

20.0 pts

Clearly states the paper topic, explains that paper is summary of the assigned article, and explains that the impact of article contents on own future professional nursing practice will be included.

18.0 pts

States the paper topic, explains that paper is summary of the assigned article, and explains that the impact of article contents on own future professional nursing practice will be included.

16.0 pts

Vaguely states the paper topic, explains that paper is summary of the assigned article, and explains that the impact of article contents on own future professional nursing practice will be included. OR uses slightly fewer than 50 words or slightly more than 75 words.

8.0 pts

Did not sufficiently explain all required items in previous columns of this criterion. OR uses significantly fewer than 50 words or significantly more than 75 words.

0.0 pts

Did not provide an introduction.

20.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAssigned Article SummaryClearly summarizes the major content of the assigned article using 175-200 words. Content includes main ideas from across the entire article. Specifics are excellent. Content is attributed to the correct source.Summarizes the paper and makes a concluding statement.

65.0 pts

Clearly summarizes the major content of the assigned article using 175-200 words. Content includes main ideas from across the entire article. Specifics are excellent. Content is attributed to the correct source. Excellent revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

57.0 pts

Summarizes the major content of the assigned article using 175-200 words. Content includes main ideas from across the entire article. Specifics are good. Content is attributed to the correct source. Good revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

52.0 pts

Vaguely summarizes the content of the assigned article. OR uses slightly fewer than 175 words or slightly more than 200 words. OR Content may or may not include main ideas from across the entire article. Specifics are fair. OR All content may not be attributed to the correct source. Fair revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

25.0 pts

May not sufficiently summarize content of the assigned article. OR uses significantly fewer than 175 words or significantly more than 200 words. OR Content may not include main ideas from across the entire article. Specifics are poor. OR Content is not be attributed to the correct source. Poor revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

0.0 pts

Did not use the assigned article.

65.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeImpact on Your Future PracticeClearly states how learning from the article will impact your future practice is 125-150 words, concise, clearly relates article contents to practice. Uses first person.

65.0 pts

Clearly states how learning from the article will impact your future practice is 125-150 words, concise, clearly relates article contents to practice. Uses first person. Excellent revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

57.0 pts

States how learning from the article will impact your future practice is 125-150 words, concise, relates article contents to practice in a mostly clear manner. Uses first person. Good revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

52.0 pts

Vaguely states how learning from the article will impact your future practice OR uses slightly fewer than 125 words or slightly more than 150 words OR article contents related to practice in a fair manner. May or may not first person. Fair revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

25.0 pts

May not sufficiently state how content of the article impacts your future practice OR uses significantly fewer than 125 words or significantly more than 150 words. OR article contents related to practice in a poor manner. Specifics are poor. OR does not use first person. Poor revisions from Week 4 Phase 1 based on Week 4 Phase 1 instructor feedback.

0.0 pts

Did not provide statements required in this section.

65.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusionClearly writes a concise summary of this paper. Clearly writes strong a concluding statement.

25.0 pts

Clearly writes a concise summary of this paper. Clearly writes strong a concluding statement. No new information included.

22.0 pts

Writes a concise summary of this paper. Writes a good concluding statement. No new information included.

20.0 pts

Writes a vague summary of this paper. Writes a fair concluding statement. May or may not have included new information.

10.0 pts

Writes a poor summary of this paper. Writes a poor concluding statement.

0.0 pts

Did not provide a conclusion section.

25.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReference for Assigned Journal ArticleSee page 198 in APA Manual

10.0 pts

Reference for the assigned article is typed using correct APA format including: author(s), year, article title, journal name, volume number, issue number, page numbers, italics, parentheses, punctuation, double line spacing, and hanging indent. Include DOI if available. Minimal or no errors (0–1 error).

9.0 pts

Reference for the assigned article is typed using APA format including the items at left with 2–3 errors.

8.0 pts

Reference for the assigned article is typed using APA format including the items at left with 4-5 errors.

4.0 pts

Reference typed with 6-8 errors in APA format from the items at left

0.0 pts

Reference is not for the assigned article OR APA format includes more than 8 errors.

10.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuotation(s) and CitationSee pages 170-171 and 177 in APA Manual

10.0 pts

Types 1 or 2 quotations (10–20 words) from assigned article using correct APA citation including quotation marks, authors’ names, year, page numbers, and parentheses with no errors or one minor error. Did not use words or ideas that the authors cited from another source.

9.0 pts

Types 1 or 2 quotations (10–20 words) from assigned article using APA citation including items at left with 2–3 minor errors. Did not use words or ideas that the authors cited from another source.

8.0 pts

Quotation slightly too long or too short. OR Types a quotation (10–20 words) from assigned article using APA citation with 4-5 errors. Did not use words or ideas that the authors cited from another source. OR used 3 quotations.

4.0 pts

Quotation excessively too long or too short, or quoted selected words or ideas the author(s) of the assigned article cited from another source, or 6-7 errors in APA format. OR used 4 or more quotations.

0.0 pts

More than 7 errors in APA quotation format. OR no quotations provided.

10.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParaphrased Areas and CitationsSee pages 171 and 177 in APA Manual and page 5 from Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers

10.0 pts

Types appropriately paraphrased versions of specific ideas from assigned article using correct APA citations including authors’ names, year, and parentheses with 0-1 error.

9.0 pts

Types mostly appropriately paraphrased versions of the specific ideas from assigned article using correct APA citations including authors’ names, year, and parentheses with 2–3 errors in paraphrasing or citations.

8.0 pts

Types minimally appropriately paraphrased versions of the specific ideas from assigned article using APA citations including authors’ names, year, and parentheses with 4-5 errors.

4.0 pts

Poorly paraphrased versions and/or APA citations with 6 or more errors OR citations missing for paraphrased ideas.

0.0 pts

Copied several sequential words from article without quotation marks and/or citation.

10.0pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanics and OrganizationExcellent mechanics and organization with minimal errors

10.0 pts

Excellent mechanics and organization with minimal errors of the following: - well organized and logical, - correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling, - professional wording is used, - uses complete sentences, - paragraphs are linked together logically, and main ideas expressed

9.0 pts

Good mechanics and organization considering the elements listed in the first column. A few minor errors noted.

8.0 pts

Fair mechanics and organization considering the elements listed in the first column. Some errors noted.

4.0 pts

Poor mechanics and organization considering the elements listed in the first column. Many errors noted.

0.0 pts

Very poor mechanics and organization considering the elements listed in the first column such that writing is difficult to follow or understand.

10.0pts

Total Points: 225.0


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Copyright of American Nurse Today is the property of HealthCom Media and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. Running head: SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 Reynier Aguirre Velazquez Chamberlain University March 2019 1 SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 2 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 (Three Good Things) Assigned Article Summary The article looks at the three good things that make up positive emotions and improve wellbeing. Firstly, avoiding stress is the most important thing that can build resilient and improve wellbeing (Roberts, 2018). According to the article, stress can result in anxiety that might affect the mood of an individual, thus barring the possibility of improving wellbeing. The second thing is counting of individuals blessing as they help the individual to know their value and progress, which helps to reduce stress. According to Roberts (2018), counting of blessing is known to contribute to a positive mood and decrease depression therefore enhancing social support. Thirdly, once blessing is counted, an individual should be grateful as extending gratitude increases positive emotions and makes positive events and moments visible. Expressing gratitude helps to reduce burnout, building resilient, and improve the wellbeing of the individual. Furthermore, Roberts (2018) looks at various ways that an individual can implement the three things that improve wellbeing. The most important way to implement the three things is by individual avoiding stress, counting blessing and expressing gratitude. In addition, three things that build resilient and improve wellness can be done as a team or in meetings. Impact of Assigned Article Content on Future Practice The article is significant to a number of people as it explains the three important things that improve the wellbeing of an individual. The first thing is to reduce stress. Secondly, there is need to avoid dwelling on the negative things that happen to their lives, but they should continually count their blessings. Counting of blessings will improve their mood. Finally, the article looks at important of being grateful in every situation in their life that yields positive SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 3 fruits. Therefore, the article has a great impact on the health of individuals as it discusses the three important things that build resilient and improve wellbeing (Roberts, 2018). In addition, the article impacts the life of an individual as well as that of a team as it provides individuals with the need to come together as a team to implement the three good things. Conclusion SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 4 Reference Roberts, P. (2018). Three Good Things: Build resilience and Improve well-being. Running head: SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 March 2019 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 (Three Good Things) 1 SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 2 Assigned Article Summary The article looks at the three good things that make up positive emotions and improve wellbeing. Firstly, avoiding stress is the most important thing that can build resilient and improve wellbeing (Roberts, 2018). According to the article, stress can result in anxiety that might affect the mood of an individual, thus barring the possibility of improving wellbeing. The second thing is counting of individuals blessing as they help the individual to know their value and progress, which helps to reduce stress. According to Roberts (2018), counting of blessing is known to contribute to a positive mood and decrease depression therefore enhancing social support. Thirdly, once blessing is counted, an individual should be grateful as extending gratitude increases positive emotions and makes positive events and moments visible. Expressing gratitude helps to reduce burnout, building resilient, and improve the wellbeing of the individual. Furthermore, Roberts (2018) looks at various ways that an individual can implement the three things that improve wellbeing. The most important way to implement the three things is by individual avoiding stress, counting blessing and expressing gratitude. In addition, three things that build resilient and improve wellness can be done as a team or in meetings. Impact of Assigned Article Content on Future Practice The article is significant to a number of people as it explains the three important things that improve the wellbeing of an individual. The first thing is to reduce stress. Secondly, there is need to avoid dwelling on the negative things that happen to their lives, but they should continually count their blessings. Counting of blessings will improve their mood. Finally, the article looks at important of being grateful in every situation in their life that yields positive fruits. Therefore, the article has a great impact on the health of individuals as it discusses the three important things that build resilient and improve wellbeing (Roberts, 2018). In addition, the SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 3 article impacts the life of an individual as well as that of a team as it provides individuals with the need to come together as a team to implement the three good things. Conclusion SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 1 4 Reference Roberts, P. (2018). Three Good Things: Build resilience and Improve well-being.
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OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCE


Running head: SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 2
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Scholarly Paper Phase 2
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SCHOLARLY PAPER PHASE 2

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Scholarly Paper Phase 2 (Three Good Things)
Introduction
The author of the article talks about the importance of writing three good things
concerning nursing practice and how it can impact the outcome of patient service in a healthcare
setting. According to the author of the article, the negative stuff will always tend to stick to
people’s minds compared to positive steps that people make in life. The negative issues that
nurse still deal with causes a lot of stress and anxiety thereby leading to low quality of the
services that they offer to the pat...


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