NRSG 9310. TRANSLATIONAL & CLINICAL RESEARCH I: IMPLEMENTATION. (1-16-5) SUMMER
Prerequisites: NRSG 8200, 8210, 8300, 8310, 8510, 8520, 8530, 8540, 9300; proposal for Capstone Project defended; approval by supervisory committee; and IRB approval and/or pending approval as indicated by nature of the project.
This course reflects the culmination of practice inquire knowledge and competencies. The translational project entails student engagement in partnership building with clinicians, consumers, faculty and/or student to examine a clinical question/issue that involves translating evidence to everyday practice in the "real world" and ultimately informs and influences nursing care and enhances health outcomes, as well as raises clinical questions for future research. 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. Research I focuses on the implement and data collection phase of the project. When desirable and feasible, capstone projects should be carried out in a clinical environment in order to provide opportunities for collaborative efforts to explore a highly salient clinical issue and evaluate aspects of everyday clinical practice.