A guide to disseminating your DNP project / Marilyn Smith-Stoner.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826133175; 0826133177.Other title: Guide to disseminating your doctor of nursing practice project.Subject(s): Nursing -- Study and teaching (Graduate) | Nursing -- Research -- MethodologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Guide to disseminating your DNP project.DDC classification: 610.73071/1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Unit I: Planning your dissemination strategy. Why take the time to disseminate your work? -- Clarifying research-focused or practice-focused scholarship -- Choosing your method of sharing your project -- Determining the unique contribution to health care -- Setting up the project -- Group dissemination projects -- Unit II: Introducing types of dissemination methods. Print: publication in a professional journal -- Print: publication in lay magazines, newsletters, or other sources -- Digital media: websites, ebooks, podcasts, and video -- Multimedia: give television and radio interviews like an expert -- Creative presentations, art, and other performances -- Unit III: Disseminating work via print methods. Creating a support team to help you -- Alternative forms for disseminating your project -- Internal publications: handbooks, policy and procedure manuals, patient education material -- Dissemination through professional print publications -- Speaking to editors, webmasters, and practice committees -- Initial submission of work -- Rejection and revisions -- Acceptance and follow-up -- Unit IV: Disseminating work via oral presentation methods. Podium presentation to professionals: conferences, posters -- Presentations to lay/community audiences -- Multimedia: videos, photographs, and online repositories -- Blogs -- Unit V: Disseminating work via art and performance methods. Using your talents and interests to do something innovative -- Disseminating an artful scholarly project -- Unit VI: This is the beginning. The first dissemination of your work is the hardest -- Your nursing career and continually building on the first step -- Career planning: using the work to further your career -- Appendices. Case study -- Shared model template.
A Guide to Disseminating Your DNP Project provides an effective, proven blueprint that enables students to disseminate their DNP Projects. This book describes the process of disseminating the final written assignment, as is recommended by the American Academy of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) for graduation from a DNP program. For all DNP graduates looking to make a positive impact on health care today, dissemination of knowledge and research is imperative to initiate quality improvement effectively. By sharing the results of their research, DNPs can improve healthcare. This book provides step-by-step instruction for all methods of dissemination, from print to digital media. The text provides step-by-step instructions for each type of dissemination, and highlights specific resources and their benefits and drawbacks. It includes explanations of how to use social media, web-based platforms, and alternative artistic means. A Guide to Disseminating Your DNP Project contains a uniquely apt set of resources for the DNP graduate. Key Features: Checklists that illustrate the process of transforming a project to a manuscript or other presentation User-friendly graphics and diagrams that summarize content An Appendix with over 50 links to online resources for dissemination Faculty Guide to help their DNP students through dissemination
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