In this course, you will appraise systematic experiential, contextual, and best evidence-based practice, and the use of information technology and data to design the DNP Project. In-depth work with experts from nursing and other disciplines will be incorporated to offer opportunities for meaningful student engagement and networking in the health care environment. You will acquire the skills and knowledge essential to process and manage information systems/technology resources in a variety of health care settings. Through assignments and discussions, you will retrieve and critically analyze digital data essential to health care quality improvement. Informatics tools for data extraction, organization, and interpretation will be compared. This course requires 120 supervised practice hours which may be applied to the doctoral project.
Quarter Credit Hours: 6 | Prerequisite: DN753