This competency assessment assesses the following Outcome(s): MN502M2-2: Apply a model of practice to the advanced nurse roles. Introduction Theoretical Models used in Practice A model demonstrates the theorist’s interpretation of how concepts are related to one another and are developed. Models are frequently illustrated with a graphical representation. Theoretical statements, the characteristics of the model, are used as precursors to more specific theory development. Nursing may utilize theoretical models from a variety of other disciplines such as from sociology, business, organizational leadership, biomedicine, or education. Directions In this assessment, you will locate a model from a different discipline (other than nursing) that you could apply to nursing. Theoretical models can be found in a variety of other disciplines such as leadership, business, education, technology, sociology, etc. explain why you have chosen the model apply the model to your advanced practice role. Assessment Details The content of the paper will start with an introduction in the narrative format that briefly explains the model and explains why you chose the model. After the introduction, you will insert the table using this template. Please SINGLE SPACE the table; the rest of the document should be double-spaced as required for APA format. In the left column, in the top box, write the name of the chosen model. An example has been provided in the first rows to guide you. Please remove the examples when entering your information. In the left column of the template in the following boxes, list the characteristics of the model you have chosen. Provide a source of support for each characteristic. In the right column, in the top box, identify your future role e.g., Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, etc. In the right column, list an application to your advanced nursing practice role that corresponds with each characteristic. Include a source of support/s for each application. After the table, you will provide a concluding paragraph.