Emphasis is placed on translation of research into practice as a means to improve the delivery of health care. In supervised internship experiences, students continue to develop the DNP Essential competencies through experiences in leadership, consultation, advocacy, and interdisciplinary collaboration, and translation of research and theory into practice. Students investigate clinical problems in context of the health care systems and participate in supervised experiences that focus on solving clinical problems. Students successful in defending their proposal during DNP Internship II may move forward to the action phase of the capstone project.Prerequisite(s): NURSNG 616, 760 and 761, PBHLTH Informatics Co-requisite = NURSNG 716. Department permission required.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Monday, July 24, 2017 to Friday, September 15, 2017