Nurse Leader With Advocacy
Rate yourself using the results from the "Nurse Manager Skills Inventory": My rate is overall some experience except financial management(minimal) Currently working NICU and want to be Nurse Practitioner in the future because I want to stay bed side care(direct care).
Write a reflection of 750-1,000 words in which you identify your strengths and weaknesses related to the four content areas below:
1. Personal and professional accountability
2. Career planning
3. Personal journey disciplines
4. Reflective practice reference behaviors/tenets
Discuss how you will use your current leadership skill set to advocate for change in your workplace.
Identify one personal goal for your leadership growth and discuss your implementation plan to achieve that goal.
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
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Nurse Leader Advocacy
Institution of Affiliation
Nurse Leader Advocacy
Nurses perform important duties in caring for patients, which include prevention of ailment, enhancement, and optimization of individuals` health, alleviation of misery via diagnosis and therapy and promote care of populations, individuals, families and the society in general. Besides, the job of nursing requires the nurses to be full partners with other practitioners like the physicians in improving healthcare within the United States of America. However, the most fundamental feature for a nation to realize its vision of ensuring good health to citizens is good leadership, particularly in the medical settings. Therefore, strong leadership is essential in the field of care (RWJF, 2010). It is hard to speculate how the future health system will be, ground to the fact that not all nurses aspire or begin their profession with spirits of becoming frontrunners in the health organizations. On the