Apr 16, 2021  
Graduate Catalog-Handbook 2018-2019 
Graduate Catalog-Handbook 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NURS 758 - Project Development for Practice Innovation

This course provides a structured academic environment for the development of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Project. The student proposes a need for a sustainable evidence-based practice change project supported by the literature. This project demonstrates knowledge of leadership principles, appropriate consultation, interprofessional collaboration, psychometric principles, patient advocacy, ethical considerations and fiscal accountability. Healthcare system challenges, economic and political implications are anticipated. Outcome measurement and analysis are proposed. Identifying, negotiating, and securing the Doctor of Nursing Practice practicum site and mentor are completed. A draft of the DNP Project Scholarly Written Document - Part I - is an outcome of this course.
Prerequisites: NURS 750 , NURS 751 , NURS 752 , HUMN 753 , NURS 754 , NURS 755 , NURS 756 , NURS 757  
3 credit hours