The Concept Map must visually connect all of the specified objectives (Program Outcomes, MSN Essentials, and NONPF Competencies) to work (such as specific discussion board topics,
All items should be labeled, for instance, label the objectives and label the course work you select with name of the assignment/reading/discussion board topic and which week it was introduced.
Use Microsoft Word or a PowerPoint to create a Concept Map. You can use the features found on the “Insert” tab of a Word doc (in the horizontal ribbon on the top of a Word doc page). For instance, if you click on “insert” you will see shapes and SmartArt. You can use a PowerPoint slide with shapes and lines to create a concept/mind map. This is not a PowerPoint presentation , but a PowerPoint slide can be used to “draw” the Map.
Outcomes/Competencies to be connected with course learning:
MSN Program Outcome #2:
Create a caring environment for achieving quality health outcomes (Care-Focused).
MSN Essential VIII:
Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving Health
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Competencies #4
Practice Scholarship and Translational Science
Recognizes that the master’s-prepared nurse applies and integrates broad, organizational, client-centered, and culturally appropriate concepts in the planning, delivery, management, and evaluation of evidence-based clinical prevention and population care and services to individuals, families, and aggregates/identified populations.
The Map visually connects the Category to a minimum of two (2) assignments.
Each assignment is clearly labeled with weeks and content topic.
Grammar, spelling, syntax are accurate.
The reflection specifically identifies and addresses the pre-determined MSN Essential Competency and provides two (2) or more examples of how the student specifically achieved or had exposure to this competency during the course. All items are labeled.