The Seattle Pacific University Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nurse leaders for advanced practice roles with the highest level of competence to meet the changing demands of our current and future healthcare environment.
This series contains successfully completed DNP scholarly projects.
These projects exemplify scholarship of advanced nursing practice for the DNP student. Students synthesize, integrate and translate newly acquired knowledge and skills from previous DNP courses. Translational research methods and implementation and dissemination sciences are foundational to the project.
Project Reports from 2020
Improving Patient Portal Enrollment in a Community Health Clinic: A Quality Improvement Plan, Gloria Chang
Improving Access to Palliative Care for Patients with Advanced Disease in the Emergency Department, Jaekyung J. Cho
Furthering an Integrative Medicine Program in the Oncology Setting, Bradley Houser
Increasing Confidence and Competence when a Chemotherapy Spill Occurs: A Quality Improvement Project, Coreen Klein
Improving PIVC Complication Awareness, Prevention, and Reporting: A Quality Improvement Project, Matthew S. Krabbendam
Transitioning from One EHR System to Another: Strategies for Overcoming Challenges and Ensuring Smooth Implementation, Azeb Zeleke
Project Reports from 2019
Medicolegal Considerations in the Management of Opioid Use Disorder with Buprenorphine by Jail Health Services, Megann N. Mitchell