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Stress Based on A Nursing Theoretical Perspective Discussion Paper.


Stress Based on A Nursing Theoretical Perspective Discussion Paper.

Stress Based on A Nursing Theoretical Perspective Discussion Paper.


Develop a scholarly paper that includes the following criteria:

  • A definition of the concept of Stress utilizing various sources (articles are provided on the attachments and must be cited on the paper)
  • Define the criteria of the concept
    • Discuss the uses of the concept
    • Define the attributes of the concept
    • Identify antecedents and consequences
  • Theoretical perspectives of the concept (theories that use the concept: Neuman systems Model)
  • Provide an example of the significance of the concept to nursing practice from the organizational setting
  • The scholarly paper should be 5-6 pages excluding the title and reference pages.
  • The paper should include level 1 and level 2 headings.
  • The paper should begin with an introductory paragraph that includes the purpose statement. The introductory paragraph and purpose statement allow the reader to understand what the paper/assignment is going to address.
  • The paper should include a conclusion.
  • Write the paper in third person, not first or second person (meaning do not use ‘we’ or ‘I’ or “you”).
  • Include a minimum of three (3) references from professional peer-reviewed nursing journals (review in Ulrich Periodical Directory) to support the paper. Students may use the course textbook in addition to scholarly journals. ***Historical references may be used as appropriate. (Definition of historical reference: reference to a well-known person, place event or literary work that adds meaning to the paper.)
  • APA format is required (attention to spelling/grammar, a title page, a reference page, and in-text citations).


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