Doctor of Nursing Practice
Doctor of Nursing Practice Project III (150 Experiential Engagement hours)
In this course, students will utilize evidence-based practice principles and clinical practice inquiry to synthesize and integrate newly acquired knowledge and skills through the evaluation and dissemination of their DNP project. Students will also master and exemplify independent leadership and advanced nursing practice roles. Utilizing the SQUIRE guidelines, sections 13-18 of the DNP project manuscript will be completed with a description of the results, limitations, conclusions, plan for sustainability, and any applicable funding sources. Students will disseminate their DNP project through a formal scholarly presentation to colleagues and faculty. Approximately 150 experiential engagement hours aligned with the AACN DNP Essentials will be completed in this course. Note: completion of 1,000 post-baccalaureate experiential engagement hours and successful completion of the DNP project and presentation are required for graduation.
Prerequisite(s): DNP 8001