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Criteria for Content

  1. Introduction 

       The introduction substantively presents all the following elements: 

  • Identifies the role of concept analysis within theory development.
  • Identifies the selected nursing concept.
  • Identifies the nursing theory that addresses the selected concept.
  • Names the sections of the paper.
  • Scholarly support is required.
  1. Definition/Explanation of the selected nursing concept

This section includes:

  • Defines/explains the concept using scholarly literature (a  dictionary maybe used for this section ONLY, and additional scholarly  nursing references are required).
  • A substantive discussion of this section with support from nursing literature is required.
  1. Literature review

This section requires:

  • A substantive discussion of at least 3 (three) scholarly nursing literature sources on the selected concept.
  • Themes, ideas, and/or facts about the concept found in the reviewed sources are presented in an organized fashion.
  • Support from nursing literature is required. Please Note: Primary research articles about the selected nursing concept are the most useful resource for the literature review.
  1. Defining attributes, for this section: 
  • A minimum of THREE (3) attributes are required.
  • A substantive discussion of this section with support from nursing literature is required

Explanation:  An attribute identifies characteristics of a  concept.  For this situation, the characteristics of the selected  nursing concept are identified and discussed.

  1. Antecedent and Consequence

This section requires the identification of:

  • 1 antecedent of the selected nursing concept.
  • 1 consequence of the selected nursing concept.
  • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.

Explanation:  An antecedent is an identifiable occurrence that  precedes an event.  In this situation, an antecedent precedes a  selected nursing concept. A consequence follows or is the result of an  event.  In this situation a consequence follows or is the result of the  selected nursing concept. 

  1. Empirical Referents

This section requires the identification of:

  • 2 (two) empirical referents of the selected nursing concept.
  • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.

Explanation:  An empirical referent is an objective ways to measure or determine the presence of the selected nursing concept.

  1. Construct Cases 

Explanation: hypothetical or real-life situations demonstrating the use or absence of the concept.

This section requires the creation of a model case, borderline case, and contrary case.

  • 1 Model Case is created by the student and discussed substantively by demonstrating within the case each of the following areas: 
    • Definition
    • All identified attributes

Explanation:  A model case is an example of a hypothetical or  real-life situation that demonstrates all of the attributes noted  previously in this assignment.

  • 1 Borderline Case is created by the student in which one or two of the previously identified attributes are missing.
  • 1 Contrary Case is created by the student that  demonstrates the opposite of the selected nursing concepts. All  identified attributes of the concept are absent in this cas
  • Explanation:  Borderline case is a created case where one or two  of the previously identified attributes are missing. Contrary case is a  created case that demonstrate the complete opposite of the selected  nursing concept – all identified attributes are missing.
  1. Theoretical Applications of the Concept 
    • Discuss the purpose of a concept analysis in relationship to theory.
    • Explain how the concept applies to the selected nursing theory.
    • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.
  2. Conclusion

This section requires:

  • Summarization of key information regarding: 
    • Selected nursing concept.
    • Selected nursing theory.
    • Application of concept analysis findings to advanced practice  nursing (specific to selected specialty track professional role and/or  area of practice).
  • The concluding statements include self-reflection on the new  knowledge gained from conducting a concept analysis. (Self-reflection  may be written in first-person.)