Discuss your options in the job market based on your educational level.

The IOM published report, \”Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health,\” makes recommendations for lifelong learning and achieving higher levels of education.

In 1,000-1,250 words, examine the importance of nursing education and discuss your overall educational goals.

Include the following:

  1. Discuss your options in the job market based on your educational level.
  2. Review the IOM Future of Nursing Recommendations for achieving higher levels of education. Describe what professional certification and advanced degrees (MSN, DNP, etc.) you want to pursue and explain your reasons for wanting to attain the education. Discuss your timeline for accomplishing these goals.
  3. Discuss how increasing your level of education would affect how your competitiveness in the current job market and your role in the future of nursing.
  4. Discuss the relationship of continuing nursing education to competency, attitudes, knowledge, and the ANA Scope and Standards for Practice and Code of Ethics.
  5. Discuss whether continuing nursing education should be mandatory. Provide support for your response.

You are required to cite a minimum of three sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years, appropriate for the assignment criteria, and relevant to nursing practice. 

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. 

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. 

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance. 

Create a Guide to Disability Studies that could be used by students who take EL4080 in a future semester

EL4080 Extraordinary Bodies Final Project Assignment Sheet

 Assignment: Create a Guide to Disability Studies that could be used by students who take EL4080 in a future semester. You must work in answers to the questions below and you must use two research articles located in the Final Project Library on our Blackboard site. You may also include any additional content you wish to include, including your own personal reflections—anything you think would enrich someone’s understanding of disability studies. 

Questions you must consider: 

• What is disability studies? • What are the models of disability, and which one is most central to disability studies? 

• How is “disability” defined in disability studies?

 • What are the main aims of disability studies? 

• Who are some of the theorists and writers working in the area of disability studies? Select at least three and explain who they are/what they say about disability. 

• What are some of the main issues and concerns discussed in disability studies? 

• In literature, what are some of the things to look for if you want to analyze literature through a disability studies lens? (for example, “literature” includes the short story, poem, novel, autobiography)

 • What is the benefit of exploring both negative and positive representations of disability in literature? 

• Why is the field of disability studies important? 

• What is the most significant insight you learned from studying disability studies, and why is it the most significant one for you? 

Due: Tuesday, 12/21 by 1:00pm, electronically, submitted to the Final Project Dropbox on Blackboard.

Format: Typed, double-spaced, and please number your pages. Length: Approximately 5 double-spaced pages Research and Documentation: You must use two articles from the Final Project Library on Blackboard and may wish to use additional resources. See the 2nd page this document for the list of research and resources in the Final Project Library. Anything you use must be documented using MLA-8 and listed on a Works Cited page. 

Evaluation: The Final Project will be evaluated based on content, development, critical thinking, use of research, focus, organization, documentation, and grammar and mechanics. The areas that will be given the most weight are content, development, and critical thinking—the Final Project must show strong and detailed knowledge of disability studies in general, and disability studies in literature in particular. 

 The Final Project must use two of the following Keywords from Disability Studies: (only choose 2)

• \”Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/disability/

 • \”Education and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disabilitystudies/essay/education/

 • \”Family and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/family/ 

• \”Gender and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/gender/ 

• \”Identity and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/identity/ 

• \”Queer and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/queer/

 • \”Race and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/race/ 

• \”Sexuality and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disabilitystudies/essay/sexuality/

 • \”Work and Disability\” https://keywords.nyupress.org/disability-studies/essay/work/ In addition, you may use any of the following research articles/resources:

USE Any of the literature we covered–here is a list: 

\”Waist High in the World\” by Nancy Mairs 

 \”My Body Politic\” by Simi Linton

• \”Fresh and Feisty Stories\” Garland-Thomson Shape Structures Story.\” 

• Simi Linton explains Disability Studies: https://youtu.be/-b54TOaLgcM