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Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Third Edition

Author(s): Allison J. Terry, PhD, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Auburn University at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284117585
  • Paperback    550 pages      © 2018
  • Will Publish: 6/16/2017
Price: $93.95 US List
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Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Third Edition is a must-have text focused on teaching students how to conduct research needed for their capstone project. This text offers a streamlined approach to the DNP degree’s use of application-based clinical research and the development of the Scholarly Project.

New to the Third Edition
• New chapter on selecting a methodology for your capstone project
• Additional information on various theoretical frameworks
• Information on additional ways to implement the project
• Information on new policies pertaining to patient confidentiality and information on the most recent HIPAA legislation

Applicable Courses

Advanced Nursing Research
Evidence-Based Practice

Unit  I  Preparing for Your Capstone Project
  Chapter  1  The Importance of Research in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
  Chapter  2  Developing the Researchable Problem
  Chapter  3  Conducting a Literature Review
  Chapter  4  Ethics in Clinical Research
Unit  II  Choosing a Design for Your Capstone Project
  Chapter  5  Selecting a Methodology for Your Capstone Project
  Chapter  6  Designing a Clinically Based Quantitative Capstone Research Project
  Chapter  7  Designing a Clinically Based Qualitative Capstone Research Project
  Chapter  8  Designing a Clinically Based Mixed Method Capstone Research Project
Unit  III  Implementing Your Capstone Project
  Chapter  9  Sampling
  Chapter  10  Data Collection
  Chapter  11  Issues Related to Survey Data Collection
  Chapter  12  Data Analysis
  Chapter  13  Writing the Research Report for Potential Publication
Unit  IV  Examples of Studies/Projects
  Chapter  14  Reducing 30-Day Hospital Readmission of the Heart Failure Patient
  Chapter  15  A Community-Academic Collaboration to Impact Childhood Obesity
  Chapter  16  The Impact of Evidence-Based Design
  Chapter  17  The Lived Experience of Chronic Pain in Nurse Educators

Allison J. Terry, PhD, MSN, RN-Assistant Professor of Nursing, Auburn University at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama

Dr. Terry has been Assistant Professor of Nursing at Auburn University at Montgomery since 2009. She teaches in the baccalaureate nursing program. She has previously been Director of Alabama’s Center for Nursing as well as the Director of Community Certification for the Alabama Department of Mental Health’s Mental Retardation Division.

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