Pamela H Mitchell
Guided survey and discussion of current literature on major topics in physiological nursing. Seminar/lecture with analysis and discussion of selected topics and readings. May have clinical component. Implications for nursing practice and healthcare emphasized.
This is the ongoing seminar for the BSN honors program. Over the course of this academic year you will: Participate in a scholarly learning community in nursing; develop a scholarly inquiry project in collaboration with a faculty mentor, and evaluate research opportunities around a selected topic in health and health care
Student learning goals
1.Identify area of interest and faculty mentor
2.Refine the project idea for a specific proposal
3.Complete training in protection of human subjects
4.Submit proposal for human subjects review as indicated
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
All assignments will be submitted through the Canvas site 1. Two paragraph statement of problem statement and purpose for scientific inquiry. Due October 21, 5:00 pm.
2. One page review of literature and research questions. Due November 11, 5:00 pm
3. Complete online or in-person human subjects protection training, Due by end of quarter.
4. Class presentation of project proposal thus far. In class December 4
This course is offered as credit/no credit. In order to receive credit, we expect that you will actively participate in all class sessions and assignments.