The assessment requirements, outlined below, correspond to the scoring guide criteria, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, note the additional requirements for document format and length and for supporting evidence.
•Explain how the patient, family, or population problem impacts the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
◦Cite evidence that supports the stated impact.
◦Note whether the supporting evidence is consistent with what you see in your nursing practice.
•Explain how state board nursing practice standards and/or organizational or governmental policies can affect the problem’s impact on the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
◦Describe research that has tested the effectiveness of these standards and/or policies in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
◦Explain how these standards and/or policies will guide your actions in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
◦Describe the effects of local, state, and federal policies or legislation on your nursing scope of practice, within the context of care quality, patient safety, and cost to the system and individual.
•Propose strategies to improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety, and reduce costs to the system and individual.
◦Discuss research on the effectiveness of these strategies in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
◦Identify relevant and available sources of benchmark data on care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Delhi (India) and decided to send a telegram for Sultan of Turkey not to join the war. However, on 4 November 1914, Turkey joined Germany in the war against the Allies. Henceforth, the plight of Turkey remained the main cause of anxiety for the Muslims of south Asia and they tried to give Turkey all possible help. The effect of the World War 1, in which the Ottomans found themselves on the side of the central powers, was the final integration of the Turkish Empire and the division of its territories as spoils of war between the victors-the British and the French. In June 1916 Sharif Hussain revolted against the sultan and seized power in Hejaz. At that time the Muslims of British India considered this rebellion a British engineered stab in the back of the Millat. Thus All India Muslim League passed a resolution and condemning the outrageous conduct of Shrief Hussain. The Muslims of British India gave enthusiastic support to the Turks (Ahmad, 2005). After the Turkish defeat in World War I, the Indian Muslims tried their level best that the spiritual and territorial value of Turkish Sultan should remain unabridged. Till the mid of 1920, anti British feelings were tenser among the Indian Muslims then other Indian subjects. In the result of these burning feelings Khilafat Movement was launched in India to preserve the Turkish Khilafat.(Burke, 1973) During Caliphate (Khilafat) Movement Prominent Leaders of great repute like Molana Muhammad Ali, Shaukat Ali, Abul Kalam Azad, and Shibli Numani condemned in unequivocal terms the brutalities perpetrated on the Turks by the aggressors. On the other side the Agha Khan ( president of All India Muslim League) and Syed Ameer Ali (president of the London branch of the Muslim League) respectively, they made honest appeals to the British Government to save Turkey from total disintegration. Those campaigns of the Khilafat Movement at least succeed to collect huge funds for the support of Turks (Ali, 2001).>GET ANSWER