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Delegating as a new nurse
Chamberlain University College of Nursing
NR 103: Transition to the Nursing Profession
Dr. Pamela Wright
October 9, 2022
Delegating as a New Nurse
The title of your paper should be identical to what you placed on the title page. Type your introduction here and remove the instructions. Although the first paragraph after the paper title is the introduction, no heading labeled “Introduction” is used. Refer to your assignment instructions for the headings to be used for the body of the paper. There are additional resources located in your courses and the Chamberlain Library.
Summary of Article
As a new nurse knowing how to delegate appropriately is important to the safety of the patient.
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The reflection should be in a separate paragraph with a heading labeled “Reflection”. This is the ONLY portion of the paper that can be written in first person. It should be a continuation of the paper and not specifically placed on a separate page. The total length of the paper, including the introduction, the summary of the article, the conclusion, and the reflection should be 1-2 pages. If you include the separate title page and reference page, it should not exceed 4 pages.
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