Nursing Career Plan Powerpoint

Establish clear goals and strategies for a professional nursing future.•Provides opportunity to demonstrate commitment to personal and professional development through the thoughtful creation of 1 year and 5 year career path. Creates awareness of partnership with other disciplines.

•Create a power point presentation.•7 content slides MAXIMUM + reference slide(s).•Slides MUST have in text citations in APA format.•Reference slide required in APA format.•All content must be placed on slide (please do not use notes section)

 

Slide Content Titles

•State Practice and Application Requirements

•Transition to the RN Role

•Holistic Life Balance.

•Stressors and Challenges.

•Lifelong Learning.

•Professional Contributions.

•References.

State Practice and Application Requirements

•Identify the state in which the student is seeking employment.

•Detail a minimum of three (3) criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state.

•Use in text citations in APA format

 

Transition to RN Role

•Research and identify three (3) positions or employers the student could work for as a new graduate BSN in the geographic area the student is seeking employment. •Identify 3 motivators (1 for each) and 3 possible detractors (1 for each) for working in those positions or with the selected employers•Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified •Use in text citations in APA

Holistic Life Balance

•Provide a description of the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal and professional life. Designate methods at 1 year and 5 year increments.

Stressors and Challenges

•Identify known and anticipated  stressors/challenges and how the student plans to manage the stressors/challenges. Designate for 1 year and 5 year increments.

 

Lifelong Learning

•Determine a plan for lifelong learning and educational development. Designate for 1 year and 5 year increments.

•This plan can include, but is not limited to, specialty certification, advanced nursing education, and the pursuit of formal education outside of the nursing discipline.

Professional Contribution

•Summarize plans for contributing to at least one professional nursing organization or work place nursing committee AND one community program utilizing your professional nursing skills. Designate for 1 year and 5 year increments.

 Helpful Websites

•Students may find the following list of resources helpful in completing the assignment:•American Nurses Credentialing Center athttp://www.nursecredentialing.org/certification.aspx•Board of Nursing Contact at https://www.ncsbn.org/contact-bon.htm•Holistic Nursing at http://www.ahna.org/About-Us/What-is-Holistic-Nursing•National Council of State Boards of Nursing at https://www.ncsbn.org/index.htm•Nursing Community at http://www.thenursingcommunity.org/•Robert Wood Johnson Foundation at http://www.rwjf.org/•Sigma Theta Tau International at http://www.nursingsociety.org

Rubric:

 

CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDTransition into the Professional Nursing Role escription of criterion

50.0 to >45.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
Thoroughly addresses all elements below: (a) Identified the state in which the student is seeking employment. (b) Thoroughly detailed three or more criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state. (c) Identified three or more positions/employers for new graduate BSN employment, including motivators and detractors for each. (d) Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified above. (e) Included an appendix with a screenshot of a completed Career Assessment Profile from the CareerCare system with Profile Last Modified date that is within the session.
45.0 to >40.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
One to two elements are missing or inadequately explained in one or more of the following: (a) Identified the state in which the student is seeking employment. (b) Thoroughly detailed three or more criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state. (c) Identified three or more positions/employers for new graduate BSN employment, including motivators and detractors for each. (d) Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified above. (e) Included an appendix with a screenshot of a completed Career Assessment Profile from the CareerCare system with Profile Last Modified date that is within the session.
40.0 to >35.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Three to four elements are missing or inadequately explained in one or more of the following: (a) Identified the state in which the student is seeking employment. (b) Thoroughly detailed three or more criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state. (c) Identified three or more positions/employers for new graduate BSN employment, including motivators and detractors for each. (d) Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified above. (e) Included an appendix with a screenshot of a completed Career Assessment Profile from the CareerCare system with Profile Last Modified date that is within the session.
35.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
Five or more elements are missing or inadequately explained in one or more of the following: (a) Identified the state in which the student is seeking employment. (b) Thoroughly detailed three or more criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state. (c) Identified three or more positions/employers for new graduate BSN employment, including motivators and detractors for each. (d) Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified above. (e) Included an appendix with a screenshot of a completed Career Assessment Profile from the CareerCare system with Profile Last Modified date that is within the session.50.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeHolistic Life Balance

20.0 to >17.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
Clearly describes the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal life as well as in the role of professional nurse within the first year and at five years.
17.0 to >14.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Partially describes the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal life as well as in the role of professional nurse within the first year and at five years.
14.0 to >12.0 ptsNo Description
Minimally describes the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal life as well as in the role of professional nurse within the first year and at five years.
12.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
Missing description of the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal life as well as in the role of professional nurse within the first year and at five years.20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSterssors and Challenges

20.0 to >17.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
Establishes a clear description of known stressors and anticipated challenges as well as plans for managing each of them within the first year and at five years.
17.0 to >14.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides a partial description of known stressors and anticipated challenges as well as plans for managing each of them within the first year and at five years.
14.0 to >12.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides a minimal description of known stressors and anticipated challenges as well as plans for managing each of them within the first year and at five years.
12.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
Missing description of stressors and/or anticipated challenges or management of both.20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLifelong Learning

20.0 to >17.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
Establishes a clear plan for lifelong learning and educational development anticipated within the first year and at five years.
17.0 to >14.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides a partial plan for lifelong learning and educational development anticipated within the first year and at five years.
14.0 to >12.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides a minimal plan for lifelong learning and educational development anticipated within the first year and at five years.
12.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
Provides little or no reference to a plan for lifelong learning and educational development anticipated within the first year and at five years.20.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProfessional Contributions

30.0 to >26.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
(a) Establishes a complete summary of plans for contributing to at least one professional nursing community as well as the general community, in the healthcare professional role, within the first year and at five years. (b) Thoroughly examines the need for own professional nursing development related to monitoring outcomes data for patient quality & safety.
26.0 to >23.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
(a) Provides a partial summary of plans for contributing to at least one professional nursing community as well as the general community, in the healthcare professional role, within the first year and at five years. (b) Partially examines the need for own professional nursing development related to monitoring outcomes data for patient quality & safety.
23.0 to >20.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
a) Provides a minimal summary of plans for contributing to at least one professional nursing community as well as the general community, in the healthcare professional role, within the first year and at five years. (b) Minimally examines the need for own professional nursing development related to monitoring outcomes data for patient quality & safety.
20.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
a) Provides little or no reference to plans for contributing to at least one professional nursing community as well as the general community, in the healthcare professional role, within the first year and at five years. (b) Fails to examine the need for own professional nursing development related to monitoring outcomes data for patient quality & safety.30.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly Resources

40.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
Provides three or more references that are peerreviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources and one or more professional nursing organization website or Board of Nursing website.
35.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides two references that are peer‐reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources and at least one professional nursing organization website or Board of Nursing website.
31.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
Provides one references that are peer‐reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources and at least one professional nursing organization website or Board of Nursing website.
27.0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
Does not provide references that are peer‐reviewed scholarly journals or other approved sources and/or one professional nursing organization website or Board of Nursing website.40.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA (latest edition) Format, Grammar and Punctuation

20.0 to >17.0 ptsOutstanding or Highest Level of Performance
APA format is used accurately and consistently in the paper, on the title page, in‐ text citations, and/or the Reference page. No errors in grammar or punctuation.
17.0 to >14.0 ptsVery Good or High Level of Performance
APA formatting is used with 1‐2 errors, on the title page, in‐text citations, and/or the Reference page. Less than 2 errors in grammar or punctuation.
14.0 to >12.0 ptsCompetent or Satisfactory Level of Performance
No more than 3‐5 errors in APA formatting in the paper, on the title page, in‐ text citations, and the Reference page. No more than 3‐5 errors in grammar or punctuation.
12.0 to >0 ptsPoor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
More than 5 errors in APA formatting in the paper, on the title page, in‐text citations, and/or the Reference page. More than 5 errors in grammar or punctuation.20.0 pts