NR394 Week 4 Assignment: Course Project Part 2: Research

  • Download the required Week 4: Course Project Part 2 Template below.
  • Save it to your computer with the file name: Your Last Name NR394 Course Project Part 2.docx
  • View the Course Project Part 2 tutorial(Click here to view) (Links to an external site.)
  • Use instructor feedback from Week 4: Course Project Part 2 Check-In to improve this assignment.
  • Do not stereotype a cultural/ethnic group. Stereotyping will result in point deduction. See rubric. 
  • Address the questions on the provided template:
    • Description of Issue, Indicator, and Focus
      • Describe approved transcultural nursing issue from Course Project
      • Describe approved Healthy People 2030 Leading Health Indicator
      • Describe approved cultural focus
    • References with Permalink
      • Provide APA references for two peer-reviewed scholarly professional journal articles related to your nursing issue, cultural focus and/or health indicator.
        • Articles must be published within the last five (5) years. If you are unsure whether the article is appropriate, ask your instructor.
      • Include the permalink to the article.
    • Summary
      • Summarize the key points from each peer-reviewed scholarly professional nursing journal articles selected in one or two paragraphs. Be clear and concise.
    • Educational Plan
      • Imagine you are educating a group of fellow nurses.
      • Clearly describe what key points would you share with them?
      • What would you suggest as best practices?
      • What ethical issues or conflict of care could potentially exist?
  • Please reach out to your instructor with any questions or concerns.


  1. Description of Issue, Indicator, and Focus

The issue under consideration is on health insurance among Hispanic (white) population in the State of New Jersey. According to US Census Bureau (2019), about 20.9% of the population in New Jersey as of July 2019 were Hispanic (White). On the other hand, the Hispanic (White) population has the lowest percentage of people aged 65 years and below who have mdeical insurance. According to New Jersey Department of Health.(2020), the Hispanic population in NJ aged 65 years and below and had medical insurance as of 2018 was 81.5%, making them the least insured people. In this regard, the main focus is to increase the percentage of Hispanic (White) with medical insurance. On the Leading Health Indicator (LHI) priorities, medical insurance for people aged 65 years and below had a baseline of 89% as of 2018 (Healthy People 2030, 2021a). The target is to reach 92.1%…Please click the icon to purchase the full answer at only $10