Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing writing question and need support to hel

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nursing writing question and need support to help me learn.OverviewFind a senior adult over the age of 60 willing to spend about an hour with you discussing their health and developing a plan to improve their quality of life. You can meet with them in person, over the phone, or online. This person can be a friend, family member, or acquaintance. Assure them that their information will remain confidential—and then be sure to keep that confidentiality in your assignment!DirectionsComplete the Medical Outcomes Study: 20-Item Short Form Survey Instrument (Links to an external site.) with the senior adult. You should ask the questions and enter their answers. Download the survey answers.Ask your participant what gives their life meaning, and what they see as areas they could improve on that would improve their Quality of Life (QOL). Collaborate with them to set three short-term and three long-term goals that would bring more quality to their life.Then collect all the data and write a paper using the following as a guide.Describe your applicant, including information about their age, gender, general health, and comfort level with the interview.
Analyze the QOL survey you performed.
Identify three areas of concern that you see involving risk.
Discuss what components of a successful aging theory applies to them.
Discuss how this person’s life aligns with qualities of health in the Blue Zones.
Collaborate with your participant in creating three short-term and three long-term goals that they feel are most important to improving their quality of life.
Describe what you have learned about your role as a nurse practitioner in this setting.
Ensure that your paper is no longer than 3 to 5 pages, not including the title and reference pages.
Use APA (7th edition) formatting for in-text citations.
Use at least three scholarly references, preferably from provider-based or NP-based journals.
Use the Quality of Life Survey Template (Word) (Links to an external site.) to organize your paper.
Review the Quality of Life Assignment lecture in Week 2 Lectures and the APA guidelines.
If an Internet connection is not available during your interview, print the survey to ensure that you ask the exact question and answer options, then enter the person’s answers later and print the results as an Adobe PDF.SubmitSurvey results as an Adobe PDF
Your paper as a Microsoft Word document
Similarity ScoreAfter submitting your assignment, select Submission Details to view your similarity score.
Your similarity score will appear as a percentage next to your submitted file.
It may take up to 24 hours for your similarity score to appear.
RubricQuality-of-Life Survey RubricQuality-of-Life Survey RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSurvey included5 ptsSurvey included0 ptsSurvey not included5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis of QOL Survey:• Describe applicant age, gender, state of general health, and comfort level with interview. • Analyze the QOL survey you performed with a senior adult. • Identify three areas of concern that YOU see involve risk.10 ptsDescription is excellent of the participant and provides an excellent interpretation of a quality-of-life survey with an identification of at least three areas of concern6 ptsDescription is satisfactory of the participant and provides a satisfactory interpretation of a quality-of-life survey with an identification of at least two to three areas of concern.4 ptsDescription of the participant needs improvement and provides a minimal interpretation of a quality-of-life survey with an identification of at least two areas of concern.0 ptsDescription of the participant is unacceptable and provides no interpretation of a quality-of-life survey with no identification of any plausible areas of concern.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication of theory or model:• Discuss what components of a successful aging theory applies to this individual. • Discuss how this person’s life aligns with qualities of health in the Blue Zones.10 ptsThe application of a successful aging theory or model is excellently applied to their participant and compares their attributes to those of people living in the Blue Zones, giving several examples.6 ptsThe application of a successful aging theory or model is satisfactory applied to their participant and compares their attributes to those of people living in the Blue Zones, giving several examples.4 ptsThe application of a successful aging theory or model needs application’s improvement and in the comparison to those attributes of people living in the Blue Zones, giving several examples.0 ptsThe application of a successful aging theory or model is unacceptable and doesn’t make a comparison to those attributes of people living in the Blue Zones, giving several examples.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCollaboration with participant:• Collaborate with your participant on three short-term goals the patient feels are most important to improve their quality of life.10 ptsThe student demonstrates excellent collaboration with the participant in developing the short-term goals to reduce participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of interest to the participant.6 ptsThe student demonstrates satisfactory collaboration with the participant in developing two short-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of some interest to the participant.4 ptsThe student collaboration with the participant needs improvement in developing one to two short-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of more interest to the participant.0 ptsThe student makes an unacceptable collaborative effort with the participant in developing any short-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of interest to the participant.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCollaboration with participant:• Collaborate with your participant on three-long term goals the patient feels are most important to improve their quality of life.10 ptsThe student demonstrates excellent collaboration with the participant in developing three long-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of interest to the participant.6 ptsThe student demonstrates satisfactory collaboration with the participant in developing two long-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of some interest to the participant.4 ptsThe student’s collaboration with the participant needs improvement in developing one to two long-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are feasible and of little interest to the participant.0 ptsThe student makes an unacceptable collaborative effort with participant in developing any long-term goals to reduce the participant’s health risk factors and that are of any interest to the participant.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRole as NP:• Describe what you have learned about your role as a nurse practitioner in this setting.10 ptsDescription given provides an excellent understanding of an NP’s role, working in collaboration with a participant, and provides several good examples of the lessons learned.6 ptsDescription given provides a satisfactory understanding of an NP’s role, working in collaboration with a participant, and provides one good example of a lesson learned.4 ptsDescription given needs improvement, in a general sense, in determining the role as an NP, working in collaboration with a participant.0 ptsDescription given indicates an unacceptable understanding of and NP’s role, working in collaboration with a participant, and provides little reference to the participant.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences and evidence2 ptsReferences and evidence provides three or more references with in-text citations to current literature and assigned readings that support the assertions made and follows current APA guidelines.1 ptsReferences and evidence provides at least two references with in-text citations to current literature and assigned readings that support the assertions made and follows current APA guidelines.0 ptsReferences and evidence provides no references with in-text citations to current literature and assigned reading to support the assertions made.2 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity and writing mechanics3 ptsThe writing is excellent, concise, and easy to follow. It demonstrates your ability to analyze and synthesize assessment findings, while incorporating the literature and reading, and includes comments in your own words in a logical order with minimal grammatical, spelling, and structural errors (1 to 2 errors).2 ptsThe writing is clear, concise, and somewhat easy to follow. It demonstrates your ability to analyze and synthesize assessment findings, while incorporating the literature and reading, and includes comments in your own words in a logical order with some grammatical, spelling, and structural errors (less than 5 errors).0 ptsThe writing is not clear or easy to follow. It demonstrates a minimal ability to analyze and synthesize assessment findings, while incorporating the literature and reading, and excessively quotes with excessive grammatical, spelling, and structural errors (more than 5 errors).3 ptsTotal Points: 60

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