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Watch the video and review the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics to address the questions below in your discussion post this week.

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American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics

Address the questions below in your discussion post this week:

· Does the law require you to respond in disaster situations?

· Do RNs have a contractual responsibility to respond in disaster situations?

· Are you familiar with the laws in your state?

Support your answers with evidence from scholarly sources.

For this week’s discussion,click on the Additional Resources folder located on the main menu. Scroll down to Week 9 Resources. Choose one of the websites to visit and explore. Choose a subject/topic that you find most interesting. Provide a link to the website and the source citation in your post.

Address all of the following:

· Why did you select this resource/site? Why do you find the subject/topic interesting?

· What is the one thing you want others to know about this subject/topic that is found on the website?

· What information had the greatest impact on you? Explain.

In your peer replies, ask questions about the subject/topic that you are curious about and offer new resources.

Support your answers with evidence from the site that you visited and provide a citation for that website.

For this paper you must cite and reference 2 sources. The paper should be 2–3 pages and written using current APA format. Your paper should address the following:

a. How would you prepare for the following situation?  (provide realistic examples and details for safety and survival)

(Scenario) At this moment, you are sitting at home working on your WCU class. Suddenly, the National Weather Bureau sends an alert across your cell phone—a tornado is headed your way. You have 15 minutes before touchdown in your neighborhood. What is your plan? This is a ‘shelter in place’ scenario, you cannot outrun the tornado. Identify a safe place in your home to take shelter.

You must include research. Cite and reference two sources and explain the recommended safety measures in a tornado emergency and how you would apply them to your specific living arrangements.

b. How prepared are you in the event of a disaster? Describe your level of disaster preparedness using specific examples and references to your “go-bag” and preparedness checklist assignments. 

Example: “I am more prepared for a water-related disaster than a fire-related disaster even though I live in a highly secluded, forested area. I have a boat as transportation in the event of flooding, but I do not have rain barrels or fire barrier supplies on hand.”

Example:  “There were many missing items on my preparedness checklist. I realized that I do not own a flashlight. If I had to use my phone as a light it would drain the battery very quickly. 

c. Reflect on how prepared you were before this class and compare it with how prepared you are now. 

· Have you acquired any new emergency items?

· Do you plan to take any additional trainings or certification courses?

· Have you shared your knowledge with friends and family? 

Review the rubric for more information on how the assignment will be graded.


The Rubric

Scenario Response (Prompt a)–

Levels of Achievement:

Meets or Exceeds Expectations 121.5 (40.50%) – 135 (45.00%)

Responds clearly, thoroughly, and eloquently to the assignment scenario. The response is reflective and insightful. The response includes detail that exhibits a firm understanding of the course content. All content is accurate and/or supported. Provides several specific examples: Identifies a safe place in home to shelter in place. Identifies realistic safety measures and survival strategies. Includes two sources cited and referenced to support safety and survival strategies.

Mostly Meets Expectations 102.6 (34.20%) – 120.15 (40.05%)

Responds thoroughly and effectively to the assignment scenario. The response includes some detail, but some ideas may be vague, incomplete, or lacking in insight. The response suggests an adequate understanding of the course content. Almost all content is accurate and/or supported. Provides a few specific examples: Identifies a safe place in home to shelter in place. Identifies a few realistic safety measures and survival strategies. Includes two sources cited and referenced, but they may not clearly support the safety and survival strategies presented.

Below Expectations 81 (27.00%) – 101.25 (33.75%)

Does not respond adequately to the assignment scenario. The response is vague and lacking in detail. The response suggests a vague understanding of the course content. Much of the content is inaccurate and/or unsupported. Provides one example: Identifies a safe place in home to shelter in place or identifies realistic safety measures and survival strategies. Includes one source to support safety and survival strategies.

Does Not Meet Expectations 0 (0.00%) – 79.65 (26.55%)

Does not respond to the assignment scenario, or is off-topic. No sources are cited or referenced.

Level of Disaster Preparedness and Reflection (Prompts b and c)–

Levels of Achievement:
Meets or Exceeds Expectations 121.5 (40.50%) – 135 (45.00%)

Evaluates one’s level of preparedness by thoroughly and thoughtfully reflecting on the Assignment Checklist items and categories. Draws conclusions and makes reasonable predictions. Provides specific examples from one’s personal situation to support the evaluation with evidence. Reflects thoughtfully and in-depth on personal growth in disaster preparedness throughout the course, offering examples and details for evidence.

Mostly Meets Expectations 102.6 (34.20%) – 120.15 (40.05%)

Evaluates one’s level of preparedness by thoughtfully reflecting on the Assignment Checklist items and categories. Draws conclusions. Provides general examples to support the evaluation. Reflects on personal growth in disaster preparedness throughout the course.

Below Expectations 81 (27.00%) – 101.25 (33.75%)

Evaluates one’s level of preparedness, but does not refer to the Assignment Checklist items and categories. Does not draw conclusions. Provides general examples, but they are inadequate in supporting the evaluation. Does not reflect on personal growth in disaster preparedness throughout the course, or is vague in reflection.

Does Not Meet Expectations 0 (0.00%) – 79.65 (26.55%)

Does not respond to the assignment, or is off-topic.

Mechanics and APA–

Levels of Achievement:

Meets or Exceeds Expectations 27 (9.00%) – 30 (10.00%)

The assignment consistently follows current APA format and is free of errors in formatting, citation, and references. There are no grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are correctly cited and referenced.

Mostly Meets Expectations 22.8 (7.60%) – 26.7 (8.90%)

The assignment consistently follows current APA format with only isolated and inconsistent mistakes and/or has a few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Most sources are correctly cited and referenced.

Below Expectations 18 (6.00%) – 22.5 (7.50%)

The assignment does not consistently follow current APA format. There are several APA mistakes and/or several grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. A few sources are correctly cited and referenced.

Does Not Meet Expectations 0 (0.00%) – 17.7 (5.90%)

The assignment does not follow current APA format. Most sources are incorrectly cited and referenced, or are missing.

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