The clinical DNP Project is an opportunity to apply skills obtained in the theoretical coursework. The Project is intended to make an impact, directly or indirectly, on patient and/or healthcare outcomes. The DNP student identifies a clinical problem, evaluates the context of the problem, conducts a thorough review of literature, and translates evidence to formulate a potential solution or intervention. The intervention is then implemented and evaluated to determine what impact it had on the given clinical problem. The findings are then shared with stakeholders, other scholars, and the public.
Submissions from 2021
The Individualized Multidisciplinary Immediate Fall Response Program, Adenike Y. Awotundun
The Impact of a Preoperative Screening Tool for Adults Ages 40 and older on Surgical Cancellations: A Quality Improvement Project, Colleen B. Bole, Emilsy S. Herron, and Allison J. Sweeney