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Topic: The hard work of nurses described on “The American Nurse” movie.

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The purpose of this assignment is to engage you in a thoughtful reflection about nursing. To think about the knowledge, values, and skill each of these nurses conveyed in their practice. To express how this movie informs you about the evolving perception of nursing. Directions: (4 pages without the title page and the reference page)1. Read the learning outcomes and guiding questions carefully BEFORE watching the movie.2. Watch the movie and make notes3. Respond to each of the guiding questions which are listed as bullets under a learning outcome4. You may write the guiding question and underline it followed by your response.5. Please review the grading rubric to make sure you have satisfied each criteria. Learning Outcomes: At the end of the discussion following the film screening, participants will be able to: 1. Develop an aesthetic appreciation of the science and the art of nursing. 2. Reflect on the collective and personal meaning of nursing. 3. Expand the student’s affective experience of nursing. 4. Justify personal values related to nursing practice. 5. Appreciate the many contributions of nursing to society, culture, and the health care enterprise. Guiding questions:1. Develop an aesthetic appreciation of the science and the art of nursing. a. What does the noun aesthetic mean?b. Describe an aesthetic appreciation of the science and the art of nursing using once scene from the movie which depicts thisc. How can nursing be both an art and a science? What is the difference, what are similarities between the two?d. What “caring values” have you identified in the film?2. Reflect on the collective and personal meaning of nursing. a. When did you know that you wanted to be a nurse? How was this revelation conveyed to you?b. Which of the five nurses featured in the film do you relate to the most? Why? c. Which scene in the film spoke to you or made you feel especially connected? d. What did all of the nurses have in common? Were there differences, if so, please describe.3. Justify personal values related to nursing practice.a. Part of becoming a Barry nurse is to embrace and incorporate the core commitments expressed in the mission of the University; social justice,
inclusivity, collaborative service, and knowledge/truth. Were any of these concepts evident in the nurses’ practice? Please describe. b. Do you think religion and/or spirituality are essential elements within the practice of nursing? If so, why?c. How are the religious/spiritual perspectives of caring/nursing different among the nurses featured in the film?

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