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NRSG 6801 - Integrating Scholarship into Practice

Credits: (2)
Description: The NRSG 6801 course is designed as a foundational course to prepare graduates to be information literate and to practice from an evidence-based approach in their direct and indirect advanced nursing roles. In addition, students will begin the compilation of a scholarly paper through identification of a problem in practice and that reflects reflect educational theory, interprofessional collaboration, research, and current standards of practice.  In this course students will be asked to critically appraise research and evidence summaries related to area of practice and apply it to their practice problem.  Completion of 6801 and the MSN Scholarly Project is a graduation requirement for the Master of Science in nursing degree.
Pre-requisite(s):

The student must be officially accepted into Weber State University’s MSN program to register for this course. 



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