2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Mar 28, 2020  
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

NUR 420A - Nursing Research and Informatics

(3 credits, 2:1)
Based on a Christian worldview, this course examines the epistemological (theoretical, scientific and ethical) foundation of nursing as a human science, specifically as an approach to promote shalom and social justice.  It surveys the types, methods and uses of research and informatics to enhance client outcomes and to deliver holistic nursing care for all clients and at all levels of prevention.  The course emphasizes the knowledge and aptitudes needed by professional nurses to manage and utilize health care information and related technologies, critically evaluate research studies and integrate evidence in all phases of the nursing process.  In the practicum, students analyze a variety of health care technologies and present an evidence-based practice project.

Prerequisites: Nursing major with senior standing; NUR220 or NUR310A; MAT208QR and a college writing and research course.