Graduate Catalog 2019-2021

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NRSG 9100 Role Transitions & Leadership

Prerequisites: NRSG 8300, NRSG 8420, NRSG 8510, NRSG 8540, NRSG 8520, NRSG 8530, NRSG 9300, NRSG 9310, and NRSG 9400, all with a grade of C or higher. Corequisite: NRSG 9320. This course is designed to explore the leadership role and the collaborations necessary for the advanced practice nurse to affect change within health care organizations. This course will investigate topics in transformational leadership that emphasizes how nursing innovations can contribute to the modernization of health care delivery systems to ensure patient safety. Transformational leadership practice will be examined as it relates to nursing practice, health care organizations, and national health care policy.

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NRSG 9300 Evidenced Based Practice II

Prerequisites: NRSG 8300, NRSG 8510, and NRSG 8540, all with a grade of C or higher. Corequisites: NRSG 8520 and NRSG 8530. This course focuses on the evaluation and health outcomes of clinical research within diverse populations and practice settings. The clinical research process will be applied to researchable nursing problems. Practice inquire, health outcomes management, health care systems, dissemination, and leadership are emphasized.

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NRSG 9300L Evidence Based Practice II Lab

Prerequisite: C or better in NRSG 8410, 8530, 8310, 8300, 8420, 8540. Corequisite: NRSG 8520 and 8510. Lab component of NRSG 9300.

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NRSG 9310 Translational & Clin Res I

Prerequisites: NRSG 8300, NRSG 8410, NRSG 8510, NRSG 8540, NRSG 8520, NRSG 8530, NRSG 9300, and NRSG 9400, all with a grade of C or higher. Corequisite: NRSG 8420. This course reflects the culmination of practice inquire knowledge and competencies. The implementation of the Translational Clincial Project (TCP) entails student engagement in partnership building with clinicians, consumers, faculty and/or student to examine a clinical question/issue. The TCPinvolves translating evidence into practice and ultimately informs and influences nursing care and enhances health outcomes. The project will be completed during a 30 week period which is encompassed by the Translational Research I and II courses. Translational Research I focuses on the implement and data collection phase of the project.

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NRSG 9320 Translational & Clin Res II

Prerequisites: NRSG 8300, NRSG 8420, NRSG 8510, NRSG 8540, NRSG 8520, NRSG 8530, NRSG 9300, NRSG 9310, and NRSG 9400, all with a grade of C or higher. Corequisite: NRSG 9100. The Translational and Clinical Research II: Evaluation and Dissemination course reflects the culmination of practice inquiry knowledge and competencies. The Translational and Clinical Project (TCP) entails student engagement in partnership building with clinicians, stakeholders, and faculty to examine a clinical question/issue. The TCP involves translating evidence to practice and ultimately informs and influences nursing care and enhances health outcomes. This course will focus on the analysis, evaluation, and dissemination of the TCP. At the end of the course the student will have completed the project and have successfully defended the results.

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NRSG 9400 Evid Based Pract III: Eval/Out

Prerequisites: NRSG 8300, NRSG 8510, NRSG 8540, NRSG 8520, NRSG 8530, and NRSG 9300, all with a grade of C or higher. Corequisite: NRSG 9400L and NRSG 8410. This course builds upon concepts from the Evidence Based Practice I and II courses and focuses on evaluation and outcomes. Additional course topics include community action plans, proposal defense, and revision of IRB application.

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NRSG 9400L Evid Based Pract III: Lab

Corequisite: NRSG 9400. Lab course for NRSG 9400.

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