The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at Ball State University is a post-master’s degree program for nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, and nurse midwives. The DNP program curriculum provides a strong focus on scholarly practice that includes translation of research in practice, evaluation of practice, and improvement in health outcomes at individual and population levels. Our DNP students design, implement and evaluate outcomes of an evidence-based project to improve the quality of healthcare and health outcomes in clinical and community settings. Each item in this collection houses the graduate’s project abstract, project proposal, references, and final project presentation slides.

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