Translating Evidence into Practice
One of the chief purposes of translating evidence into practice is to advance the field of nursing. Dissemination is a critical step in this process. It is important to disseminate and share the information gained from a translation-of-evidence project to enhance the body of knowledge within the profession, thus furthering the science of nursing. To prepare for this week’s section of Application 5:
For this assignment you will prepare a scholarly product that reports the results and implications of your project to designed audience. The scholarly product for dissemination reports the results and implications of your project to a specified audience. Your scholarly product may be in the form of a project summary and evaluation report, poster presentation, program evaluation report, or a media or technology-based deliverable, Your scholarly product must include the following:
- Continue (from this week’s Discussion) to:
- Analyze the role of the DNP-prepared nurse in scholarship
NURS 8410 Assignment application 5: Translating Evidence into Practice
Identify the practice setting and context in which you conducted your project, a summary of the evidence supporting the project, and the process for implementation and evaluation.
- Background, Purpose, and Nature of the Project (2 points)
Describe the larger problem or issue you explored in your DNP Project. Identify your practice-focused question. Explain how this problem or issue affects nursing practice and the overall health care system, and describe how your DNP Project explored possible strategies for addressing the problem or issue.
- Evidence (2 points)
Explain the results of your DNP Project and recommendations for change that you made to the organization.
Note: Up to 2 points may be deducted for grammar, spelling, and/or APA errors.
- Presentation of Results (2 points)