NUR 3310 Introduction to Nursing Research (3-0). This course is one component of baccalaureate education for professional nursing focusing on students becoming competent consumers of research in nursing and related fields. Various models of inquiry in nursing including basic concepts research principles processes and applications needed to develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills will be examined. Theories of evidence informed practice appraisal of published research and translation of findings into clinical practice serve as the foundation for knowledge development and skills that foster clinical reasoning decision making and practice. Students will have the opportunity to apply evidence when participating in planning and implementing nursing care inter-professional communication population health for rural and border communities and demonstrating professionalism and professional values.
|Intro Nur Research||Section V01||Gordon Mattimoe|
|Intro Nur Research||Section 001||Melissa White|