NURS 6200: Theoretical and Scientific Foundations of Nursing Interventions

3 CreditsOnline Available

Develop advanced knowledge and skills in the critical evaluation and synthesis of theoretical structures and research evidence. Demonstrate application of these advanced knowledge and skills to address nursing practice problems. Demonstrate use of ethics and inclusivity, diversity and equity (IDE) perspectives to explore how middle range nursing and ethics theories, concepts, research and/or interventions can be used to improve the care of individuals and populations.

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