Health sciences and nursing

topic about caring, see instructions. I wanted to send an example from another student. it has over 800 words. I emailed it, but you did not receive it. . Please the question . use nursing theory as reference
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due APRIL 11
Module 7 – Discussion Board #9 – Discussion Board Group D
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We learned a lot about what Caring means in Nursing through our last unit and the group PowerPoint presentations. Some key words and concepts are reflected in the words of Mayeroff and Roach as well as the work of the many nursing theorists which were shared. In addition to applying Caring to a nursing situation, it is important to apply it to ourselves. In this discussion board I would like you to reflect on what it means to apply Caring in your own life, both personally and professionally, both of which should be reflected in your response. It is expected that you will use the work of these theorists as you cite your responses.
Thought questions:
• How do we care for others when we are hurting ourselves?
• How do we separate our personal pain from the pain experienced by others?
• Is it alright to share personal situations with our patients?
• How can we be authentic in both nursing situations and personal situations, and respect professional boundaries?
• How do we care for ourselves personally?
• How do we care for ourselves professionally?
• Does the work of a Caring theorist help to guide your path?
*This assignment links to module objectives 1-6.
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4:22pmApr 9 at 4:22pm
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Smith, M. C. Turkel, M. C., & Wolf, Z. (2013). Caring in nursing classics: An essential resource. New York: Springer

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Discussion Boards Final (3)
Discussion Boards Final (3)
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParticipation-initial post in first week of unit 3.0 pts
Full Marks 0.0 pts
0 points No initial post or initial post not cited 0.0 pts
Cited initial post in second week of unit
3.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParticipation-presence in both weeks of unit 3.0 pts
One original post and two or more cited responses representing both weeks of unit. 2.0 pts
One original post and one cited response representing both weeks of unit. 1-2 points 0.0 pts
Student participation not present in both weeks of unit
3.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality and content of initial post 8.0 pts
Posting is cited, substantive, relevant, and expands the discussion with new ideas or resources. Reference is included. 7-8 points 6.0 pts
Substantive post that is relevant to topic and adds to the discussion. 3-6 point 0.0 pts
Only indirect or little direct relevance to topic, does not contribute to discussion. 0-2 points
8.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePeer responses 6.0 pts
Postings are cited, substantive, relevant, and expand the discussion with new ideas or resources. 5-6 points. Each of the 1st two cited peer postings are worth 3 points. References are included for both. 5-6 points 3.0 pts
Substantive post that is relevant to topic and adds to the discussion. 2-4 points 0.0 pts
Only indirect or little direct relevance to topic, does not contribute to discussion. 0-1 points
6.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA 5.0 pts
No grammatical or spelling errors, and thought is clearly conveyed. 3.0 pts
Few grammatical and/or spelling errors, and thought is clearly conveyed. 1-4 points 0.0 pts
Numerous grammatical and/or spelling errors.
5.0 pts

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