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Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice

(Revised Third Edition)
Allison Terry
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For the dedicated nurse seeking a DNP degree, the final project can be a source of anxiety. Allison Terry’s revised third edition of Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice serves to lessen this anxiety by walking the reader through each aspect of the DNP project, explaining how students can effectively conceptualize, design, and implement their research to become agents of change in multiple healthcare settings. Focusing on the practical steps needed to complete the final project, this book demystifies common challenges for DNP students, including how to develop a research question, select a methodology, and develop a proposal for implementation. The text also investigates emerging issues relevant to DNP-prepared nurses, from changes in patient confidentiality practices and HIPAA legislation to making interventions in quality improvement processes. Several sample DNP projects are included to foster classroom discussion and analysis. This revised edition contains an updated Preface, the new Essentials for Advanced-Level Nursing, and refreshed references. This is an essential guidebook for any DNP student wanting a resource for their final project that details how to avoid obstacles, develop realistic timelines, and set achievable goals.

Allison Terry, PhD, MSN, RN currently is on the faculty at Capella University prior to which she served as Assistant Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Auburn University in Montgomery Alabama. She has worked as a registered nurse in many clinical areas, particularly in Oncology and Critical Care, and has also served as a full time researcher for the Alabama Board of Nursing as well as the Director of the Alabama Center for Nursing. In addition, she has served as Director of Community Certification for the Alabama Department of Mental Health. She is the author of several articles, contributed to many textbooks, and developed numerous presentations.
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