Professional Identity in Nursing: Background and introduction
Author DetailsKristen D. Priddy, PhD, RN, CNS; Julie Lindeman Read, DNP, MS, RN, NE-BC; Karyanne Weybrew, MSN, RN, WHNP
Original PublisherSigma Theta Tau International
Date of Publication2020-09-15
Version of PublicationPublisher’s Version
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Professional Identity in Nursing is a “sense of oneself, and in relationship with others, that is influenced by characteristics, norms, and values of the nursing discipline, resulting in an individual thinking, acting, and feeling like a nurse.” This session will discuss the development an action plan for naming and shaping professional identity formation in nursing practice, education and policy that includes competencies, essential elements, and exemplars to foster professional identity formation in nursing based on the best available evidence.
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DescriptionAudience: All nurses; Webinar Length: Approximately 1 hour.
Repository Posting Date2020-09-16T22:06:14Z
Level of EvidenceExpert Opinion (nationally/internationally recognized)
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