The focus of the critical analysis is fr students to nominate the scope or level

The focus of the critical analysis is fr students to nominate the scope or level of a nursing colleague and identitfy the standards used to critically analyse the concept of competence in relation to reliability, feasibility and validity.
The scop eI have chosen is that of a registered nurse. The competency framework is one of continuing competency – Professional Development Recognition Programme (PDRP).
1) Scope of nursing colleague refers to the scope of practice under the HPCA Act, in this case Registered Nurse.
2) Level of a nursing colleague refers to the level of practice as defined by an approved PDRP. eg Novive, Proficient, Expert. In this case I have chosen Expert.
3) The standards of practice refer to the competencies as defined by Nursing Council New Zealand (NCNZ).
4) A written critical analysis requires academic writing. Although it is subjective, avopid the use of “i think’ or ‘in my opinion’ or rhetorical questions.
5) Keep the focus on your analysis of competence and assessment of competence.
6) This critical analysis requires you to evaluate the evidence about the concept of ompetence and to present the benefits and disadvantages about the assessment of competence.
7) As you apparise the concept of competence in relation to the assessment of competence to practice nursing, an evaluation of the evidence/;iterature shoudl become obvious to the reader. Therefore support your argument with relevant literature and current reaearch.
8) Being critical should include positive and negative aspects of the argument.
I would like to look at the concepts of at least 3 or 4 competencies and their assessment in relation to practice nursing of a registered nurse – expert level. This paper needs an ontroduction, a body and a conclusion. As well as a reference list, with intext citations.

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