Advance Nursing Healthcare Policy

Advance Nursing Healthcare Policy

Forward the topic of the health policy paper to faculty at the end of Week 1.

Health policy unfolds daily and drives clinical practice in the U.S.
You will investigate current policies or legislation underway for a specific health-related issue and develop a scholarly, APA-formatted paper supported by evidence. The policy paper rubric:

  • Introduction to population or problem (incidence, prevalence, epidemiology, cost burden, etc.)
  • Description of how the policy is intended for a specific population, program, or organization
  • Specific legislators involved in the policy development and dissemination
  • Identify the role of the APRN in assisting with the policy or refuting the policy – this requires the evidence to support opinion, ideas, and/or concepts
  • Discuss how the policy influences clinical practice and is used to promote best outcomes
  • Examine how the policy can be used by the interprofessional team to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for the specific population
  • Conclusion – summarize findings
  • APA format – use of primary peer-reviewed references as much as possible

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Topic for this health policy paper is: How to finance mental illness care with the demise of ACA.



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            Mental illness alludes to an extensive variety of psychological wellness conditions disorders that influence your mood, thinking, and conduct. Cases of mental illness incorporate depression, schizophrenia, dietary issues, anxiety disorders and addictive practices. Mental health is the establishment for considering, correspondence, learning, flexibility, and confidence. Psychological well-being is additionally key to connections, individual and passionate prosperity and adding to public or society (Fink,1992).

            Many people have mental health concerns from time to time. But a mental health concern becomes a mental illness when ongoing signs and symptoms cause frequent stress and affect your ability to function. Mental illness does not discriminate; it can affect anyone regardless of your age, gender, income, social status, race/ethnicity, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, background or other aspects of cultural identity.

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