Identify a common perceptual, neurological, or cognitive issue and discuss contributing factors. Outline steps for prevention or health promotion for the patient and family.


Discuss characteristic findings for a stroke and how it affects the lives of patients and their families. Discuss the nurse’s role in supporting the patient’s psychological and emotional needs. Provide an example.


I will send the chapter via email as an resource option



Initial responses to the DQ’s on their respective due dates (1 response per DQ).


In regards to References/Citations, your answers to the DQ’s MUST be referenced in order to receive full credit. I do not mind “how many” references you have, as long as you have 1. (WILL SEND REFERENCE IN EMAIL)


Your Initial DQ responses should be long enough to answer the question fully, usually about 2-3 cited paragraphs (each paragraph with a minimum of 3-5 sentences).


Describe the difference in roles between leadership and management. Explain how the goals of management and leadership overlap and provide one example. As a nurse leader, describe how you can facilitate change by taking advantage of this overlap.


Compare two leadership theories. Provide an overview of each and discuss the strengths and weakness in relation to nursing practice.


Review your state’s mandated reporter statute. Provide details about this in your post. If faced with a mandated reporter issue, what are the steps in reporting the issue? Create a mandated reporter scenario and post it. Be sure to include a reference to your state’s website related to mandated reporting.

The article “Evidence-Based Practice Step by Step: Critical Appraisal of the Evidence: Part I” provides a critical appraisal guide for appraising quantitative studies. Select one quantitative study from the research articles you have identified for your project.

Using the quantitative study you have selected, answer three of the questions listed in the critical appraisal guide in the above article.

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