CSU Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Programs

CSU Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Programs

The DNP is a practice-focus doctoral degree that emphasizes the application of research to clinical practice.  Completion of a CSU DNP degree requires a rigorous and scholarly approach by post-master’s students in investigating clinical practice issues and problems. Key indicators of a DNP program’s success are dissemination of new knowledge and translation of evidence-based research into nursing practice.  The CSU is proud its first three cohorts of distinguished DNP graduates whose doctoral research projects are now recognized in published articles.  These scholarly achievements affirm the quality of their CSU DNP educational experience and faculty mentorship.

Examples of Published Research Articles by CSU DNP Graduates*


2014

Baldonado, A., Dutra, D., & Abriam-Yago, K. (2014). Model for heart failure education. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 33, (5), 280-284.

Stacy, T.J., Washington, G., Vuckovich, P.K., & Bhatia, S. (2014).   Impact of electronic health record documentation and clinical documentation specialists on case mix index: A retrospective study for quality improvement.  Journal of Health & Medical Informatics, 5(2) http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2157-7420.100015

2015

Rand, M.L., Darbinian, J.A. (2015) Effect of an evidence-based mobility intervention on the level of function in acute intracerebral and subarachnoid hemorrhagic stroke patients on a neurointensive care unit. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97, (7), 1191-1199.

McClanahan, R.M., Weismuller, P.C. (2015). School nurses and care coordination for children with complex needs: An integrative review. The Journal of School Nursing, 31, (1), 34-43.

Varner, C. (2015). Comparison of the Bradley Method and HypnoBirthing childbirth education classes. The Journal of Perinatal Education, 24, (2), 128-136.

Walker-Vischer, L., Hill, C., & Mendez, S. (2015). The experience of Latino parents of hospitalized children during family-centered rounds. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 45, (3), 152-157.

2016

Harding, K. Dyo, M., Goebel, JR., Gorman, N., & Levine, J. (2016). Early malnutrition Sscreening and low cost protein supplementation in elderly patients admitted to a skilled nursing facility. Applied Nursing Research, 31, (Aug.) 29-33.

*Bolded name indicates graduate

 
Last Updated: June 13, 2016