Project planning will be an important aspect of your new role as a DNP-prepared nurse.
8 steps to completion
Students should take these eight steps to complete their doctor of nursing practice (DNP) projects.
- Identify and obtain approval for the area of interest.
- Write a proposal.
- Create a project timeline.
- Acquire institutional review board approval (if needed).
- Implement project.
- Write a final report.
- Present an oral presentation.
- Disseminate the project.
Project planning will be an important aspect of your new role as a DNP-prepared nurse. Review previous works and integrate everything to do a Project Planning and Preparation. Use APA and follow instructions and recommendations. Length 4-5 pages – excluding title page and references.