University of Scranton Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects Collection Guide

University of Scranton Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects

Collection Guide

Summary

Abstract
Evidence-based Scholarly Projects completed by students in the University of Scranton's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program.
Relation
Subset of University of Scranton Archives
Source
University of Scranton. Department of Nursing
Creator(s)
University of Scranton Students
Date Range
2017 - Present
Language(s)
English

Access and Use

Digital Access

Access permissions are determined by the author. DNP Scholarly Project authors may choose to a) allow full public access their work, b) restrict online access to authenticated members of the University community and on-campus visitors, or c) restrict access to on-site use in the University Archives Reading Room.

Physical Access

No physical access is currently available.

Rights

All Scholarly Projects remain under the copyright of the original author.

Preferred Citation

[Author Name], [Scholarly Project Title], [Date], University of Scranton Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects, The University of Scranton Archives. [Reference URL for digital items]

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Scope and Content Note

All students enrolled in the University of Scranton's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program are required to complete an evidence-based Scholarly Project as part of their coursework. Guidelines for the Scholarly Project are documented in the DNP Student Handbook.

Deliverables for the Scholarly Project include the final scholarly paper and a scholarly presentation, involving a professional poster and an oral presentation. Preserved in this collection are the final scholarly papers and the professional posters.

Digital Accruals

Newly completed Scholarly Projects are added to the collection each academic year, as they are submitted.


Acquisition Information

Scholarly Projects are prepared by University of Scranton Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students as part of their coursework for NURS790. Final papers and posters are submitted in digital format to the University Archives by the DNP Program Coordinator.