Determine the impact of the APRN consensus model on APRN practice

Determine the impact of the APRN consensus model on APRN practice
Analyzing the difference between ANP and APRN practice and appraising the population to which the chosen role serves. Evaluating certification opportunities, develop licensure, accreditation, certification and education plan based on the chosen role. Discuss state specific implication for the chosen role.

MN501M1 Competency Assessment Rubric

 

If work submitted for this Competency Assessment does not meet the minimum submission requirements, it will be returned without being scored.

 

CRITERIA MET NOT MET
Advanced practice nursing and advanced nursing practice discussion    
[The difference between advanced nursing practice and advanced practice nursing is clearly articulated.  The discussion provides a detailed overview of the key differences.]    
Population Focused Roles    
[Population focused roles are discussed in detail for the specific state chosen.]    
Evaluate certification opportunities for your chosen role.    
[Certification credential is provided and discussed in detail.]    
Develop your licensure, accreditation, certification, and education plan based on your chosen advanced nursing practice role.    
[All four components of licensure, accreditation, certification, and education discussed for chosen advanced nursing role.]    
State-specific implications for chosen advanced practice nursing or nursing advanced practice role.    
[Identified three or more state-specific implications for chosen nursing advanced practice or advanced practice nursing role.  Discussion is detailed and comprehensive.    
Length    
[Paper was 4-5 pages in length not including the title and reference page.]    
Overall # Bold Criteria Met/Not Met    
[Overall # Mastery Criteria Met/Not Met]    

 

The criterion statements in bold are the minimum requirement to show competent performance on the course outcome; all bold criteria must be met to pass this Course Outcome.

 

The criterion statements in [Brackets] represent mastery achievement.  A predefined number of mastery criteria must be achieved to earn an A grade, indicating mastery of the Course Outcome.

 

CLA and Grade Criteria Chart

 

CRITERIA CLA Score Grade Points
Meets all bold criteria and 50%-100% of mastery criteria 5 A 1,000
Meets all bold criteria and 0%-49% of mastery criteria 4 B 850
Meets 75%-99% of bold criteria 3 Not yet competent

(F at term end)

0
Meets 50%-74% of bold criteria 2 Not yet competent

(F at term end)

0
Meets 1%-49% of bold criteria 1 Not yet competent

(F at term end)

0
Meets no bold criteria 0 Not yet competent

(F at term end)

0
No submission NA Not yet competent

(F at term end)

0

 

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