DNP-830 Data Analysis

DNP-830 Data Analysis

DNP-830 Data Analysis

Data Analysis Course Description

This course focuses on the analysis of data that is grounded in clinical practice and designed to solve practice problems or to inform practice directly. It emphasizes the use of analytic methods to critically appraise gathered evidence to determine and implement the best evidence for practice. Learners also learn to disseminate findings from evidence-based practice and research to improve health care outcomes.

Learners are expected to integrate and synthesize core program competencies and specialty practice requirements necessary to demonstrate proficiency in advanced nursing practice. Practicum/field experience hours: 125.

DNP-830 Data Analysis

Prerequisite: DNP-840A. Instructor Contact Information

Class Resources

The Visual Learner: Statistics Use “The Visual Learner: Statistics” resource to learn more about the statistical calculations you will be using in this course. http://lc.gcumedia.com/hlt362v/the-visual-learner/the-visual-learner-v2.1.html Clinical Analytics and Data Management for the DNP Sylvia, M. L., & Terhaar, M. F. (2018). Clinical analytics and data management for the DNP. Springer. ISBN-13: 9780826142788 Exempt Assignments Page 1 Grand Canyon University Exempt assignments are included in the DNP program. Exempt assignments are worth 0.01 points each; however, like all DNP assignments are required to be submitted, all exempt assignments are required submissions that must be completed to pass the course. Discussion Forum Philosophy Review the “Discussion Forum Philosophy,” located in the DC Network DNP PI Workspace, and use it to guide the completion of your participation in the course. Downloading and Installing SPSS for Doctoral Students The use of SPSS is required to complete the data analysis for assignments in this course. Follow the steps as directed in the Technical Support Help Center for downloading and installing the most current SPSS to your computer. https://support.gcu.edu/hc/en-us/articles/201054804-Downloading-SPSS DC Network and DNP PI Workspace The DNP Practice Immersion (PI) Workspace is a dynamic online learning community designated specifically for scholars in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program as a forum in which to communicate, create, collaborate, and share information with other DNP learners and faculty members at Grand Canyon University throughout the program. It is located within the DC Network and is a page dedicated to the DNP program and its learners. The DNP PI Workspace is where you will find all the required programmatic resources for this and all courses in the program. You will need to access this essential course component as soon as you are provided your GCU email and password, as you will be using resources immediately on the course start date. If you experience any problems in logging into the DNP PI Workspace, please contact the instructor and the site administrator as soon as possible to gain or restore access. http://dc.gcu.edu/dnp Practicum Immersion Hours Information: Purpose of Practice Immersion Experience Practice immersion is an essential component of the GCU Doctor of Nursing Practice educational program, combining scholarly activities with practice immersion environment experiences designed to provide in-depth, application-based learning. Practice immersion experiences are designed to help learners build and assimilate knowledge for advanced specialty practice at a high level of complexity. Refer to individual courses for required practice immersion hours. Courses have specific practice immersion hour requirements. Review the sections of the Guidelines for Graduate Field Experiences, located in the Student Success Center, that discuss practice immersion hours.

DNP-830 Data Analysis

DNP-830 Data Analysis