Guided Worksheet 2: DNP Project Proposal Development

NR702 Project and Practicum I

Guided Worksheet 2: DNP Project Proposal Development

Week 2: Practice Question, Purpose, and Evidence-Based Intervention

During the second week of NR702 you will begin writing the next several sections of your DNP proposal, and begin identifying the design of your project. This week includes the PICOT Question, Purpose, and Evidence-Based Intervention. You will post this as your initial post, receive suggestions and questions from faculty and student colleagues, and then turn in the completed worksheet on Sunday. Once you receive the detailed feedback from your faculty member, make all necessary changes and cut/paste the content of this worksheet into the “CCN DNP Project Template”, which is found in “Resources” under “Project and Practicum Resources,” to continue to build the Week 4 and Week 6 proposal assignments.

Practice Question

(This section aligns with the Practice Question on the DNP Practicum Form, p. 2)

Under this primary heading, include a one-sentence practice question. Begin this section with a lead-in sentence such as, “The following practice question will serve as the basis for the proposed DNP project:”

Purpose

(This section aligns with the Purpose statement on the DNP Practicum Form, p. 2)

Explain the aims and objectives of the project. According to O’Leary (2010), proposals have one overarching aim to capture what you hope to achieve through your project; whereas, a set of objectives, which are a set of more specific goals which supports that aim. There should be no more than 3-4 objectives placed in the sequenced format (a)…, (b)…, (c)…., and (d)…. 

Evidence-Based Intervention

Provide full elaboration here to explain exactly what evidence-based intervention you will implement as part of your proposed DNP project. Do not leave any questions left unanswered and provide your reader with key details and sequence of the intervention and include supporting evidence with citations. Include a minimum of three scholarly citations to support the intervention in this section. Remember you are not conducting original research but are implementing an intervention supported by research to change practice and patient outcomes. The evidence-based intervention should be implemented with all the components the original authors intended. Please include the references used in this section and place them into the John’s Hopkins Table of Evidence.

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