Attached are the details for my nursing paper I am hoping someone can help with. for the paper you will need to use the PDF attached as well s the paper format that is attached as well.


Week 4: Scholarly Paper Phase 1 (graded)

Scholarly Paper Phase 1 Guidelines and Grading Rubric


1. Carefully read these instructions and the Rubric.

2. Download the Week 4 Scholarly Paper Phase 1 Template (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
. Use of the assigned template is required. Rename that document as Your Last Name Scholarly Paper Phase 1.docx, for example Smith Scholarly Paper Phase 1. Save it to your own computer or drive in a location where you will be able to retrieve it later.

3. Type your assignment directly on the saved template. You are required to complete the form using the productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office 365, which is available to Chamberlain students for FREE by downloading from the student portal at (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Click on the envelope at the top of the page. Remember that only Microsoft Word 2010 or a later version is acceptable. The document must be saved as a .docx. Save your work frequently as you type to prevent loss of your work.

4. The only resource for your paper is the following assigned article: Article link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Note: Logging in to the Chamberlain Library is needed to access this article. Use of the assigned article is required. You must click on the PDF Full Text link on the upper left portion of the page to download the correct version of this required article.

5. Follow the instructions and specifics on the assigned required template and the rubric. You will demonstrate your scholarly writing abilities as well as APA abilities in references, citations, quotations, and paraphrasing.

6. See rubric for length limitations for each section and other criteria.

7. Information below explains how to complete the Article Summary section of the paper (see Rubric for details).

a. Clearly summarize the major content of the assigned article using 175–200 words.

b. Content must include main ideas from across the entire article.

c. Specifics should be excellent.

d. Content must be attributed to the correct source.

8. For the Impact section (see rubri

I M ind/B ody/S pirit
W e l l n e s s 101

Spiritual wellness: A journey
toward wholeness
By David Hrabe, PhD, RN, NC-BC; Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN; Susan Neale, MFA

Through spirituality, we connect with
the world around us.

Editor’s note: This is the last installment in a 10-article
series on wellness. You can read all o f articles in the se­
ries a t
Thank you to the authors at The Ohio State University
College o f Nursing fo r their support o f nurse wellness.

Have you ever felt like a “human doing” instead of a
“human being”? As we fling ourselves from one activity
to another, we sometimes find that getting beyond our
list of “to do’s” and staying in touch with those aspects
of our lives that mean the most to us is difficult. Re­
member that well-rounded self-care also involves spiri­
tual wellness.

W h a t is s p ir itu a lity ?
Barbara Dossey, a pioneer in the holistic nursing move­

ment, writes that our spirituality involves a sense of
connection outside ourselves and includes our values,
meaning, and purpose. Your spiritual well-being isn’t
what you own, your job, or even your physical health.
It’s about what inspires you, what gives you hope, and
what you feel strongly about. Your spirit is the seat of
your deepest values and character. Whether or not you
practice a religion, you can recognize that a part of
you exists beyond the analytical thinking of your intel­
lect; it’s the part of you that feels, makes value judg­
ments, and ponders your connection to others, to your
moral values, and to the world. For this reason, spiritu­
ality frequently is discussed in terms of a search. Spiri­
tual wellness is a continuing journey of seeking out an­
swers and connections and seeing things in new ways.
It also means finding your purpose in life and staying
aligned with it.

Although religion and spirituality can be connected,
they’re different. A faith community or organized reli­
gion can give you an outlet for your spirituality, but
religion isn’t spirituality’s only expression. Hope, love,
joy, meaning, purpose, connection, appreciation of

2 4 American Nurse T o d a y V olum e 13, N u m b e r 10 A m e ric a n N u r s e T o d a y .c o m

Continue the journey
Here are some ideas to consider as you continue your nurs­
ing journey. You’ll notice that many are connected to rec­
ommendations we’ve made for other dimensions of w ell­
ness. This isn’t a mistake. We’re whole human beings, and
these practices support m ultiple dimensions.

Reconnect/reimagine your life’s purpose and passion:
Set aside some tim e for a “retreat w ith yourself” to carefully
consider your purpose and w hether/how you’re living it
out. Where do you need to make adjustments? What do
you need to stop doing? What



Scholarly Paper Phase 1

Your Name (without credentials)

Chamberlain College of Nursing

NR351: Transitions in Professional Nursing

[insert session month and year here]

NOTE: No abstract

NOTE: This is a required template and guide and must be used for this assignment.

Delete all yellow highlighted words.

Scholarly Paper Phase 1 (paper title, begins on page 2)

(No heading of Introduction) This section is to remain blank for this assignment. Do NOT type in this section for this assignment.

Assigned Article Summary

Type statements that summarize the assigned article here. This paper should include a summary of the most important ideas in the assigned article. Most of these facts should be paraphrased (including proper citations). One or two short direct quotations (with appropriate citations) should be used in this section. There should be no prior knowledge, experience, or opinion in this section. All facts (both quoted and paraphrased) must originate from and be cited to the assigned article. No information should be included from other sources. See rubric for length limitations and other criteria.

Add paragraphs here as needed.

Impact of Assigned Article Content on Future Practice

Type statements here about the impact that the content of the assigned article will have on your future professional nursing practice. This portion of this paper should be your own ideas about how your own future practice will be impacted by content of the assigned article. Since ideas are your own, use of first person is appropriate and no citations are needed in this section. See rubric for length limitations and other criteria.

Add paragraphs here as needed.


This section is to remain blank for this assignment. Do NOT type in this section for this assignment.

References (centered, not bold)

Type your reference here using hanging indent and double line spacing (under “Paragraph” on the Home toolbar ribbon). See your APA Manual and the resources in the APA section of Course Resources under Modules for reference formatting.