JMU Scholarly Commons is the home for electronic Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Final Clinical Projects from 2016 to the present.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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New nurse huddle pilot to improve new graduate nurse retention, Timothy Craddock

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Pilot of a randomized trial comparing outcomes of three types of peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVC): Utilizing the Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycle, Heather Galang

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Improving adherence to mental health treatment in a low-income clinic, Janice G. Gandy

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Improve readmissions and patient satisfaction scores with a revised discharge education plan, Michele M. Hughes

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The effectiveness of education and cognitive rehearsal in managing nurse-to-nurse incivility, Deborah B. Kile

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Improving nursing adherence to pediatric pain management bundle using the PDSA cycle, Stephen W. Lovern

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Identifying ways that institutional staffing and scheduling committees engage nursing staff in resource allocation at the unit and institutional levels, Kevin M. Shimp

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Quality improvement in provider attitudes towards adherence to comprehensive diabetic care HEDIS standards, Samantha Taylor

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Segregation or Integration: Exploring the Interprofessional Collaboration of the Sexual Assault Response Team-A Pilot Study, Phyllis E. Adams

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Implementing Post-Hospital Interprofessional Care Team Visits to Improve Transitions of Care and Decrease Hospital Readmission Rates, Stacy M. Baldwin

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Shared Decision Making for the Appropriate Use of Antibiotics for Respiratory Tract Infections, Kristina Blyer

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Improving provider compliance of the NAEPP 2007 asthma guidelines through the electronic health record (EHR) in a pediatric primary care practice, Tiffany L. Kidd

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Procedural Sedation: Policy, Practice & Knowledge, Jennifer A. Martin

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Using community health workers in collaboration with nurse case managers in effecting change in quality of life for heart failure patients, Patra Hull Reed