Review the Institute of Medicine’s 2010 report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” Write a 750‐1,000 word paper discussing the influence of the IOM report on nursing practice. Include the following:
Summarize the four messages outlined in the IOM report and explain why these are significant to nursing practice.
Discuss the direct influence the IOM report has on nursing education and nursing leadership. Describe the benefits and opportunities for BSN‐prepared nurses.
Explain why it is important that a nurse’s role and education evolve to meet the needs of an aging and increasingly diverse population.
Discuss the significance of professional development, or lifelong learning, and its relevance in caring for diverse populations across the life span and within the health‐illness continuum.
believed it was the best way to solve the issue of poverty. He thought that voluntary collaboration between public and private organizations would help the economy succeed since, in his view, government regulation and involvement in business would only hurt the economy. Another reason Hoover was a very unpopular president is that he was very racist. He was charged with being an undemocratic racist who saw blacks as a species of “sub-men.” It is believed that Hoover is one of the figures that created the disaffection for blacks in the Republican party. As president, he had a very southern policy and consolidated his southern victory by purging blacks from leadership positions in the southern wing of the party. Hoover supported white supremacy and was devoted to being a liberal democrat, like many of his time. On the issue of race, he did not help to make people accepting, he only made the problem of racism worse. He treated minorities as if they weren’t as good as whites and succeeded in making racism an even more prominent problem in America. In conclusion, Hoover did many things to achieve his goals that were not very popular among the public. He succeeded in many of his goals and helped the economy a little, but not for everyone. Minorities and the poor still suffered through the rough times. Hoover was very racist against minorities and was very undemocratic. Overall, he was not a president that made a very large impact on our country and government, other than that he was one of the founders of racism in the Republican party.>GET ANSWER