Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 [Archived Catalog] [Archived Catalog]
This course provides the student an opportunity to lead macro systems change based on dissemination of evidence based practice findings at the highest level of advanced practice nursing. Students will execute their practicum at a pre-approved site where theories and concepts of health care administration, leadership and clinical practice can be applied. Progression toward attainment of the individualized practicum goals and objectives will continue, aided by preceptor and faculty guidance. Approval of practicum activities that support achievement goals and objectives must be obtained by the faculty prior to starting practicum hours. Students must complete all pre-practicum requirements including practicum/health clearances prior to enrollment in this course. Students will disseminate findings and finalize work on the Scholarly project culminating in a publishable manuscript. Students will utilize the Scholarly Handbook, faculty and other supportive infrastructure to complete their Scholarly project concurrently with this course. Students must successfully defend the final Scholarly project under the guidance of their project Chair/committee.
Admission into the Doctorate of Nursing Practice Program or Doctorate of Nursing Practice Program Family Nurse Practitioner Specialization, NURS 843
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