Determine population-based strategies that incorporate health determinants to promote optimal health and prevent escalation of diseases and conditions.

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CompetencyIntegrate leadership and management principles with knowledge of healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory guidelines to enhance quality care and patient safety while functioning within legal and ethical parameters of professional nursing.Determine population-based strategies that incorporate health determinants to promote optimal health and prevent escalation of diseases and conditions.Utilize effective intra-professional and inter-professional communication to promote a continuous and reliable therapeutic environment.Synthesize knowledge from the humanities, physical and social sciences, nursing theory, and applied research as a basis for evidence-based nursing practice and clinical reasoning.Analyze data from information systems and emerging healthcare technologies to guide decision making and clinical reasoning.Synthesize components of practice excellence, clinical judgment, and personal knowing as a foundation for complex client care and lifelong learning.
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ScenarioWhile attending a conference sponsored by a national nursing organization, you were captivated by the keynote speaker, a nurse currently employed as a lobbyist advocating for local and state healthcare legislation, who recently announced her candidacy for a position in the State Congress. Meeting this individual was the moment you realized you wanted to impact the healthcare of your local community through participation in her campaign for office. You expressed interest in opening her local community campaign office if she would provide mentorship.
She responded, “Absolutely I would be your mentor. Political advocacy begins with understanding the needs of your community, so research your community’s needs, develop a solution for a priority issue you would champion as a political candidate for local office, and present your ideas in a White Paper next time we meet.”
InstructionsResearchUsingNUR4922-Deliverable-7-Policy-Map-Instructions.docxUsing this Policy Map, enter your zip code, investigate areas of interest in your local community, and identify a gap in services that you believe is a priority need for resolution.Review evidence in professional journals and information on the internet available from local, state, and national government organizations, major news entities, political parties, and professional healthcare organizations. Research political issues in healthcare.White paperWrite a succinct summary of the proposed solution for the gap in services within the local community (no more than two paragraphs)Provide detailed background information with an explanation of the priority need, including identified health determinantsOffer thorough descriiptions of the proposed solution, including:Phases of implementation withSpecific, measurable, achievable, relevant, timely (SMART) goals for each phaseDetailed explanations for these considerationsFinancialPolicyLegalEthicalStrategies for collaboration with external and internal stakeholders to gain buy-inA detailed plan for initial and ongoing communication and dissemination of informationUse of images such as tables and graphs recommendedWrite a concise, powerful conclusion to convince the reader the proposed solution is necessary (no more than one paragraph)Include relevant, comprehensive evidence from credible sourcesUse professional language and attribution for credible sources with correct APA citation, spelling, and grammar.
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Writing a White Paper:
Start with the big picture or problem, and end with the solution or proposal. White papers are often 6-8 pages long, but they can be longer or shorter depending upon the topic.
Typical Sections:
Cover Letter (if any)Introduction/Executive SummaryAn introduction is helpful for busy readers. Summarize the main points in case the reader does not read the entire document.Background information or explanation of problem:Before providing solutions or proposals, the background information, facts, or problem(s) must be clearly defined. Define the problems from the reader’s perspective.Solution(s)Remember, this is an opportunity to speak directly to your audience and recommend something they need.Advertisement (if any)If written for commercial purpose, corporations may include a product advertisement in order to sell a specific product’s attributes. Only advertise after providing the facts and detailing the need for solutions.ConclusionConvince and summarize in order to enhance the reader’s understanding of the main points and proposal.References (if any)Images:
Consider creating and adding helpful images such as tables, graphs, and infographics to capture the reader’s attention and assist visual learners. Make sure the images are necessary and directly relate to your topic and/or proposal.