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Course level: NUR Graduate
This course focuses on the role of the graduate nurse in research processes and evidence-based nursing practice. The key concepts focus on the process of translating knowledge influenced from quantitative and qualitative research into clinical guidelines. Topics include research methodologies and designs, statistical measures, data analysis, and the role of the nurse as scientist. This course is not available to students who reside Alabama, Minnesota, Tennessee, or Washington.
- Completion of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree
- A valid, unrestricted/unencumbered RN license
What you'll learn
Course skills and outcomes
- Apply the nursing research process to a problem of practice.
- Evaluate the use of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method research designs.
- Evaluate statistical measures to determine data quality in quantitative and qualitative study findings.
- Synthesize research to influence change and improve practice outcomes.