Proposal Writing for Clinical Nursing and DNP Projects


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Wanda Bonnel,Katharine V. Smith
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Wanda Bonnel, PhD, APRN, ANEF, is associate professor at the University of Kansas School of Nursing, Kansas City, Kansas. As a specialist in geriatrics and nursing education, she teaches courses in the master's, Doctor of Nursing practice (DNP), and doctoral programs, including advanced clinical residency and project courses for DNPs. She is a fellow of the National League for Nursing Academy and recipient of numerous awards including both the KU Distinguished Nursing Alumna Award and the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award at the University of Kansas. Dr. Bonnel has received multiple funded grants, including the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) online Health Professions Educator Certificate program. She has published numerous peer-reviewed abstracts and articles in geriatric and educator specialty journals, including Clinical Advisor and Journal of Professional Nursing. In addition to this text, she co-authored the textbook Teaching Technologies in Nursing and the Health Professions (2019). Her ongoing research interests include online learning best practices and advanced practice mentoring. She is an editorial board member of the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Her recent work in the DNP advanced clinical and advanced leadership project courses provides valuable background and opportunity to identify selected student-learning needs for this text. Katharine V. Smith, PhD, RN, CNE, is associate professor emeriti at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies. Dr. Smith has received multiple grants, most of which have focused on aspects of teaching, advanced education, and nursing traineeships. Recent scholarship includes peer-reviewed publications and national presentations on the use of simulation to teach legal and ethical content. She has also co-authored the textbook Teaching Technologies in Nursing and the Health Professions (2019). Dr. Smith teaches in both undergraduate and graduate nursing programs, facilitating advanced clinical projects through the early conceptual phases. She also serves as a manuscript reviewer for Nurse Educator.
Section I: Writing Your Proposal: Putting Your "Problem" in Context Chapter 1. Introduction: Why a Scholarly Proposal for the Clinical Project Proposal? Chapter 2. Using the Writing Plan as a Developmental Tool for the Advanced Clinical Project Chapter 3. Writing a Good Clinical Problem Statement and Placing the Clinical Problem in Context Chapter 4. Clinical Projects and Quality Improvement: Thinking Big Picture Chapter 5. Into the Literature: Gaining Best Evidence and Relevant Literature Chapter 6. Synthesizing Best Evidence and Literature Review Chapter 7. Framing the Advanced Clinical Project with Relevant Clinical Frameworks Section II: Writing Your Proposal: Designing and Setting the Stage for Your Project Chapter 8. Addressing Outcomes Evaluation in the Advanced Clinical Project Proposal Chapter 9. Guiding the Advanced Clinical Project: The Purpose of a Purpose Statement Chapter 10. Mapping It Out, From Problem to Advanced Clinical Project Plan Chapter 11. Writing the Methods Section: Organizing the Advanced Clinical Project Proposal Chapter 12. Gaining Credible Clinical Project Data: Being Systematic and Objective Section III: Writing Your Proposal: Adding the Detail for Proposal Completion Chapter 13. Writing the Data-Analysis Plans for Advanced Clinical Projects Chapter 14. Keeping Clinical Projects Ethical and Dependable Chapter 15. Finalizing the Proposal as a Professional Document: Reviewing, Editing, and Revising Section IV: Finalizing Your Proposal and Project: Next Steps Chapter 16. Moving Your Project Proposal to Completed Project Chapter 17. Moving your Project to Written Final Report Chapter 18. Moving your Completed Project to Dissemination and Further Scholarship

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