Nursing Research Utilization Project Proposal in Prevention of Childhood Obecity

Nursing Research Utilization Project Proposal in Prevention of Childhood Obecity

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Course Description

This is a graduate research course that focuses on the use of a body of nursing knowledge and scientific knowledge in the nursing practice setting. Students develop a proposal to address a problem or concern in the nursing practice, propose an evidence-based solution, develop an implementation and evaluation plan, and describe implementation strategies for the proposed solution.

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Note: Satisfactory completion of this course with a grade of B or better is required. Students who do not pass this class with a grade of B or better will be scholastically disqualified.

Course Materials

Burns, N., & Grove, S. K. (2009). The...

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