NURS 6002 Week 2 Discussion Strategies for Addressing Questions

NURS 6002 Week 2 Discussion Strategies

NURS 6002 Week 2 Discussion Strategies for Addressing Questions Summer 2020: In Week 1 you began building a foundation for your success by considering a network; individuals and teams that can help you to clarify and execute on the vision. A network is most helpful when you are comfortable asking questions. Chances are other members of your network have experienced similar questions and may have helped guide others toward resolutions that can be helpful now.

In this Discussion, focus on the questions you are ready to ask as your journey begins. Keep in mind that sharing questions is often a great way to help others who have similar questions—even if they do not realize it!

To Prepare:

  1. Reflect on questions or concerns you might have as you begin the MSN program.
  2. Consider the individuals, teams, and departments you previously considered in Week 1 and how they may provide support to address these questions and concerns.

By Day 3

Post any questions or concerns that you are willing to share with the group. The Discussion Board represents an opportunity to network with your course colleagues, and others may have the same questions or concerns. Then, identify potential individuals, teams, or departments within Walden or your network that you can turn to for assistance in answering these questions and/or concerns.

Support main post with 3 of more current, credible sources and cite source within content of posting and on a reference list in proper APA.  

By Day 6

Respond to at least two of your colleagues’ posts by offering a possible resolution to their question/concern with supporting documentation, if possible, or expanding on their thinking and providing an example as support.

Be sure to offer support from at least 2 current, credible sources in each required response to classmates’ main post and cite per APA.

Questions/Concerns about the MSN program

  1. What if I find it difficult to balance work, family, and school?
  2. What if I have trouble finding a clinical site?
  3. What if I do not feel as though I am prepared enough for clinicals?