Conceptualizing, designing, and implementing research is a central tenant of Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs. Allison J. Terry's Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Third Edition helps students incorporate this research in order to become agents of change in multiple healthcare settings.
In a recent review, Doody's Review Service awarded it 5 stars. Michalene A. King, PhD, RN, CNE, from Robert Morris University calls the text "unique" and advises that it "should be considered for use in DNP programs."
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"This is a unique book designed to assist DNP students with their clinical research projects. It should be considered for use in DNP programs in which students conduct clinical research."
Clinical Research for the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Third Edition walks students through each crucial step of the DNP project while demystifying common challenges, such as how to develop a research question, select a methodology, and develop a proposal for implementation.
New to the Third Edition:
- New chapter on selecting a research methodology
- Renewed focus on and discussion of theoretical frameworks
- Guides for translating DNP project findings into practice
- An overview of the role of the DNP-educated nurse in academia
- Analysis of updates to HIPAA legislation
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