NR 599 Week 4 Discussion: Midweek Comprehension Questions

NR 599 Week 4 Discussion: Midweek Comprehension Questions

NR 599 Week 4 Discussion: Midweek Comprehension Questions


Information literacy is critically important for all nurses, especially APNs. APNs must be able to determine what information is needed, find the information, critique the information, provide care based on this information, and evaluate the outcomes of the process. Sound challenging? Continue to reflect upon strategies to facilitate this process. Provide a brief response (100 words or less)

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Welcome to Week 4. It is hard to believe we are already halfway through this course. Our focus this week is on information literacy and patient engagement. Information literacy refers to the use of digital technology to locate, navigate, manage, integrate, evaluate, create, and effectively communicate in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. Technology extends our capabilities to care for patients and provides access to information and knowledge beyond our individual abilities to know. Of course, access to information is not limited to healthcare providers. As consumers of healthcare, patients must also demonstrate information literacy. As such, APNs have due diligence to extend their knowledge of information literacy to guide and assist the public.

Week 4 is guided by the following Course Outcome(s)

CO 2: Demonstrate synthesis of nursing and non-nursing science with information and computer technologies through collaborative advanced nursing practice (PO 3)

CO 4: Exemplify professional values and scholarship to support professional and personal development (PO 5)

Your graded assignment this week is the Midterm exam. Questions on the exam come directly from the lessons and assigned reading. Please be familiar with the dus browser as well as the Academic Integrity policy on performing an adequate environment scan BEFORE starting the exam.

As always, reach out to me with any questions, issues, or concerns.