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DNP Internship II

Description:
Emphasis is placed on translation of research into practice as a means to improved the delivery of health care. In supervised clinical experiences, students continue to develop competence in the role of the DNP including experiences in leadership, consultation, advocacy, and interdisciplinary collaboration, and translation of research and theory into practice. Clinical learning is directed at discovering the history, and contextual evidence, and current strategies related to problems affecting patient safety and the quality of health care services. Students participate in leadership and change agent experiences consistent with behaviors expected of the Doctor of Nursing Practice. Students investigate clinical problems in context of the health care system and analyze influencing factors; seek IRB approval and defend the capstone project proposal. Students successful in defending their proposal may move forward to the action phase of the capstone.

Offered in:

2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 13309 - LaCoursiere,Sheryl P. ON-LINE More Info

2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 13309 - LaCoursiere,Sheryl P. ON-LINE More Info