NR 505 Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

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NR 505 Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

NR 505 Identification of Area of Interest Discussion

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For this discussion the focus is on presenting the area of interest for the evidence-based practice proposal that is required for this course.

1. State your area of research or evidence-based practice (EBP) interest from NR 500; remember that the topic must be consistent with your specialty track.

2. State your MSN program specialty track and defend how your selected area of research or EBP interest from NR 500 is consistent with your selected MSN program track.

3. Would you like to change your area of research or EBP interest from NR 500? Why or why not?

4. If you changed or modified your area of research or EBP interest, please identify the revised area of research.

5. Defend how your area of research/EBP interest is of importance to the MSN program specialty track you have selected—scholarly references are required.

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6. Identify an initial PICOT/PICo question that reflects you area of interest for the evidence-based practice proposal that is required for this course.GUIDELINES FOR IDENTIFYING AREAS OF INTEREST – STCA
These guidelines have been prepared for the Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority (STCA) to assist
participating Councils to identify ‘areas of interest’ within the existing Rural Resource and Significant
Agricultural Zones. Once identified these ‘areas of interest’ will be assessed by Council to determine which
zone is most appropriate under the new State-wide Planning Scheme (Agriculture or Rural).
Selection of Areas for further Assessment
These guidelines have been prepared with the assumption that titles mapped in the Agricultural Land
Mapping Project (ALMP) with a constraints class (including unconstrained), will by default, be zoned as
‘Agriculture’ and titles that were unmapped by the ALMP will be zoned as ‘Rural’, unless Council determine
differently through the application of the Local Provision Schedules.
Areas of Interest will be selected from within the Rural Resource and Significant Agriculture Zones.
Areas of interest have one or some of the following characteristics;
• Constrained1
• Anomaly or inconsistent Land use pattern
• Constraints mapping is inconsistent with current land use
o Broad scale forestry areas mapped as suitable for Agriculture Zone
o Large holdings with multiple titles with mixed constraints mapping or titles that were
unmapped
o Titles where resource processing or resource extraction occurs that have been mapped with
a constraints class
o Unmapped titles where agricultural activities currently occur
• Bordering alternate zoning on at least two sides.
When mapping areas of interest, each area should be labelled with a unique identifier which is related to
the nomenclature of the settlements in the vicinity. A simple and logical way to identify areas of interest is
to print a map of the Land Potentially Suitable for Agriculture constraints mapping for the Municipality and
identify areas from top to bottom, west to east.
Areas that are mapped as ‘unconstrained’ and don’t have any anomalies present would be accepted as
suitable for the Agriculture (Ag) Zone. Areas that have been mapped in the Rural Zone and do not have any
anomalies or inconsistencies present would be accepted as being appropriate for that zone.

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