Creating a scholarship team: DNP and PhD fostering an appreciation for nursing research
Paula Bylaska-Davies, PhD; Kimberly Silver Dunker, DNP, Department of Nursing, Worcester State University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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Educating future scholars to appreciate nursing research can be challenging for faculty members. The combination of research concepts, in particular methodology, in nursing curriculum requires that faculty are conversant in many research approaches. Nursing research taught by PhD and DNP faculty does foster greater understanding for the dynamic research process.
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