Maximum 2 pages (excluding title page). While this is your personal philosophy of nursing, you must
include and reference a nursing theory (Chapter 9) that resonates with your personal philosophy.
Upload the paper including the title page into the Assignment Link located in the appropriate unit in
Reflect on what is important to you as an individual and as a nursing student. Think about what you
believe and what you value. Develop a paper that includes the following:
Personal Values (3 points): In one brief paragraph identify 3-5 values and beliefs that are
important to you personally.
Professional Values (3 points): In one brief paragraph identify the values and beliefs that you
feel are important in nursing and why you feel they are important.
Alignment of Values (3 points): In one brief paragraph describe where your personal
values/beliefs align with the values/beliefs in nursing.
Nursing Theory (5 points): Identify a nursing theory that resonates with your personal belief
Conclusion (3 points): In one brief paragraph, Based on your personal and professional
beliefs/values, explain how you hope to make a difference in the lives of others as a
registered professional nurse at home, where you hope to work, and in your community.
APA (3 points)
TEXTBOOK THAT MUST BE USED
Black, B. (2020). Professional nursing: Concepts and challenges 9th ed.). Elsevier Saunders. ISBN: 978-0-323-55113-7.
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