Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

NRS 762 Integrative Practice Proposal (Scholarly Project I)

6 hours; 6 credits; minimum 250 clinical hours. This course applies previous learning leading to a capstone project proposal. Specific activities and knowledge addressed include analysis of organizational culture and structure in health care systems and/or communities with complex needs, use of various theoretical models, identification of areas for potential program development, project development skills, and use of literature review skills. Students will develop a proposal for a needed health care program or related clinical project. The course will be presented using a combination of didactic and independent study to facilitate project planning, including implementation strategies, outcomes evaluation, project leadership, and dissemination planning. NOTE: Prior to registering for this course all DNP coursework must be completed. Prerequisite: Permission of the Program Coordinator.