Reflection on the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

  1. This assignment should be an entire document in either word or PDF format with a title page noting the assignment name, student name, course, etc. The assignment should also include a table of contents denoting what of the below documents are on which pages. APA format and writing at the graduate-level is expected.

Reflection on the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): In approximately 500 words, reflect on the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree. Using at least 5 evidenced-based articles found through an academic library search that are no older than 5 years,analyze(1) the history and purpose of theDNP, (2) the current state of the DNP, (3) the future state of the DNP, (4) how DNP-prepared APNs will assist with transformative healthcare and help solve complex health problems, and (5) the advantages of having the DNP and reflect on your own thoughts on why (or why not) the degree would be appropriate for your career path.
Rubrics:
In this 500-word paper, the student willanalyze:(1) the history and purpose of theDNP, (2) the current state of the DNP, (3) the future state of the DNP, (4) how DNP-prepared APNs will assist with transformative healthcare and help solve complex health problems, and (5) the advantages of having the DNP. The student willreflect on why (or why not) the degree would be appropriate forhis or hercareer path.

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