Your Name (without credentials)
Chamberlain University College of Nursing
NR351: Transitions in Professional Nursing
Name of Instructor
Assignment Due Date
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Professional Paper (paper title, begins on page 2)
(No heading of Introduction) Explain that this paper is a summary of the assigned article, followed by explanation of the impact of the article contents on your own future professional nursing practice. Length for this section must be 50-75 words.
Assigned Article Summary
This section should be a revised and enhanced version of what you wrote in your Week 4 Professional Paper Worksheet based on feedback from your instructor on that assignment. Appropriate revisions made from Week 4 Professional Paper Worksheet will be crucial to improve your score.
Type statements that summarize the assigned article in this section. This paper should include a summary of the most important ideas in the assigned article (revised from Week 4 Professional Paper Worksheet). One or two short direct quotations (with appropriate citations) including the assigned sentence for quotation must be used in this section (improved and revised from Week 4). There should be no prior knowledge, experience, or your own opinion in this section. All paraphrased ideas and facts (including the assigned sentence for paraphrasing) must originate from and be cited to the assigned article. No information should be included from other sources. See rubric for other criteria.
Add paragraphs here as needed. Length for this section must be 175-200 words.
Impact of Assigned Article Content on Future Practice
Type statements here about the impact that the content of the assigned article will have on your future professional nursing practice. This portion of the paper must be your own ideas about how your own future practice will be impacted by content of the assigned article. Since ideas are your own, use of first person is appropriate and no citations are needed in this section. See rubric for other criteria.