Do you agree or disagree with the authors that nursing has lost its way in terms of social justice and needs to return to its roots?

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Will develop an opinion or an argument about the role of nursing with regard to social justice based on the questions raised by Bekemeier & Butterfield (2005). Do you agree or disagree with the authors that nursing has lost its way in terms of social justice and needs to return to its roots? Incorporate the concept Social Determinants of Health.
SLIDE 1- Introduction
SLIDE 2 +3 – Synopsis of Article (2 slides) (Article- Defining the Social Determinants)- (Components of SDOH)
SLIDE 4+5 – Incorporates the chosen concept of Social Determinants of Health into a rationale / logically related argument for an opinion whether nursing has lost its way (as proposed by Bekemeier & Butterfield), making explicit reference to both the concept and the Bekemeier & Butterfield article.
SLIDE 6- Nursing Implications -(importance for nurses to address/understand)
Rubric
Explicitly and reasonably identifies the main message(s) conveyed in the chosen scholarly article.
Relates the chosen concept- Social Determinants of Health to the Bekemeier & Butterfield article, making explicit reference to both the concept and the Bekemeier & Butterfield article.
Clearly and explicitly gives an opinion about the role of nursing and social justice.*** Relates the opinion to the chosen concept from the scholarly article and the Bekemeier & Butterfield article. ***Rationale uses and cites data from B&B article and/or chosen article or other source(s) to support the opinion***
7th Edition APA
Please apply references on speaker notes

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