The DNP program at the Georgia College School of Nursing prepares students to lead healthcare innovations and influence policy founded on analytic principles and evidence-based practice at the highest organizational level. At Georgia College, students will forge their own intellectual paths: the curriculum culminates in an intense Translational Research and Clinical experience defined by the student’s interests and based on the student’s practice area. Students will address significant problems in real time and in their practice setting. This series contains the culmination of the DNP students research experiences at Georgia College

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Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Assessment and Re-assessment of Psychiatirc Patients Boarded in the Emergnecy Department: The Impact of Compliance with Best Practice Standards on Patient Outcomes, Jacquelyn Byrd

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Effect of a Workplace Walking Initiative to Decrease Telehealth Nurses' Fatigue, Rae Ann Heissenbuttel

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Implementation of Best Practices for Fall Prevention in a Community Hospital, Angela G. Jenkins-Jacobs

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Nurse Practitioner Screening Practices for Mild Cognitive Impairment in the Older Adult, Margaret McIlwain

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Evaluating the Student Health Needs at Dalton State College, Cheryl W. Owens

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Raising Awareness for Interventions to Reduce Acute Care Transfers (INTERACT): Implementation of “STOP and WATCH” Tool, Gladys E. Sone-Ebeloue

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Barriers to Utilization of Nursing Research in a Magnet Designated Hospital, Sandra D. Copeland

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Efficacy of Motivational Interviewing and Centering to Increase Physical Activity and Dietary Adherence in African Americans with Pre-hypertension and Hypertension, Chioma U. Okereke

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Assessing Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists’ Attitudes Toward and Barriers to the Use of Evidence-Based Anesthesia Practice, Laurie E. Parkman