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NURS 530 - Nursing Science I

Focuses on methods of inquiry as a basis for the expansion of nursing knowledge and application of research in advanced clinical practice. Selection of research methods to identify client-focused clinical nursing problems and appropriate interventions in advanced practice are addressed within an ethical context. The course provides a basis for evaluation of published research, supports application of formalized quantitative methods to practice, and prepares the graduate to practice evidence-based practice and conduct quantitative research studies. Epidemiological trends will be addressed as one of the methods utilized for identification of client related problems. Analysis of research studies; and the identification of a specific research problem in nursing, a specific research design, and the development of a research proposal are expected outcomes of this course.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MATH 535 Graduate Statistics.

NURS 530 - Nursing Science I - Details

Prerequisite
MATH 535
Credits
2
Offered:
Spring
Graduate Course:
Yes