APA Formatting. References: Peer review nursing articles create a WebQuest. A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented assignment. Look at sample WebQuests (search online) to see how creative you can be. The format is divided into sections or independent pages. Think of each section as a section on a paper. For your WebQuest presentation, you will choose a problem that is a public policy issue. You will define the health care problem. You may be working in a certain clinical area and may see a need for more research or alternatives to treatment options. The problem may be a professional problem that you as an advance practice nurse are encountering in terms of autonomy or reimbursement for your services. It could be a workplace safety issue or a management issue. It could be a general societal problem that needs to be brought to the attention of the legislators. •Assess the legislative and policy-making strategies specific to scope of practice and nursing roles that influence health care services and practice. •Utilize advocacy skills to foster participation of nursing in the development and implementation of health policy. References Please retrieve and read the following journal articles from the Library. Articles can be located through a search in the CINAHL database, OVID database, the Library (links to these are located under the Academic Tools), or by using the link at the end of the reference if provided. American Nurses Association Nursing World. (2016). Patient safety: Rights of registered nurses when considering a patient assignment. Retrieved from American Nurses Association Nursing World. (2009). Patient safety: Rights of registered nurses when considering a patient assignment. Retrieved from http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/Policy-Advocacy/Positions-and-Resolutions/ANAPositionStatements/Position -Statements-Alphabetically/Patient-Safety-Rights-of-Registered-Nurses-When-Considering-a-Patient-Assignment.html Anselmi, K. K. (2012). Nurses’ personal liability vs. employers’ vicarious liability. MEDSURG Nursing, 21(1), 45–48.