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Nursing Research Utilization Project Proposal Description The proposal is the plan for a nursing research-based project to address a problem in the professional healthcare setting. Proposals are submitted in a format suitable for obtaining formal approval in the work setting. Section headings and numbers for each section component are required, and the responses are addressed in narrative form in relation to that number. All sections of the proposal are evaluated based on the extent to which the depth of content reflects graduate-level critical thinking skills. Content Evaluation Criteria Abstract: Between 550 and 600 words Present a complete, concise overview of all phases of the proposed project. Section A: Problem Identification Identify a work-setting problem. ( I prefer to write something relate to conflict between nursing staff impact patients’ care ) Describe a problem or issue that needs a solution. Provide support that the problem or issue is an important one to solve. State a project objective that is specific, realistic, and measurable. Describe briefly the proposed solution and the way in which it will solve the problem or issue. Section B: Solution Description Develop a description of the proposed solution. Describe the proposed solution. Describe the way(s) in which the proposed solution is consistent with current research knowledge. Discuss the feasibility of implementing the proposed solution in the work setting. Discuss the way(s) in which the proposed solution is consistent with organization or community culture and resources. Section C: Research Support Develop a research base for the proposed solution that is sufficient to support its use. Provide a sufficient and compelling research base for the proposed solution. Summarize all research reports used in a concise manner and provide acceptable internal and external validity. Describe the essential components of each study so readers can evaluate its scientific merit. Section D: Implementation Plan Describe the methods to be used to implement the proposed solution. Describe the overall plan for implementing the proposed solution. Identify resources needed of the proposed solution’s implementation. Describe the methods for monitoring solution implementation. Describe the way(s) in which a theory of planned change was used to develop the implementation plan. Discuss the feasibility of the implementation plan. Section E: Evaluation Plan Describe the methods to be used to evaluate the solution. Outcome Measure: Develop or revise an outcome measure that evaluates the extent to which the project objective is achieved. A copy of the measure must be included in the appendix. Describe the ways in which the outcome measure is valid, reliable, sensitive to change, and appropriate for use in this proposed project. Evaluation Data Collection: Describe the methods for collecting outcome measure data and the rationale for using those methods. Identify resources needed for evaluation. Discuss the feasibility of the evaluation plan. Identify two possible grant funding sources and why your proposal would be a good fit for these sources. Section F: Decision Making Describe the methods to be used to decide the future of the solution. Discuss methods and specific plans to maintain a successful project solution. Discuss methods and specific plans to extend a successful project solution. Discuss methods and specific plans to revise an unsuccessful project solution. Discuss methods and specific plans to terminate an unsuccessful solution. Describe specific plans for feedback in the work setting and for communicating the project and its results to professional groups external to the project. Format Style must be consistent with that expected of a formal project proposal. Format must be according to APA guidelines regarding the cover page, margins, text citations, double-spacing, font size, and references page. Section headings and numbers must be used for each section of the proposal. Grammar, punctuation, and formal word usage must be consistent with graduate-level expectations. Project proposal must be within word constraints. Project proposal must be spell checked and proofread.

Nursing Research Utilization Project Proposal
Description
The proposal is the plan for a nursing research-based project to address a problem in the professional healthcare setting. Proposals are submitted in a format suitable for obtaining formal approval in the work setting.
Section headings and numbers for each section component are required, and the responses are addressed in narrative form in relation to that number. All sections of the proposal are evaluated based on the extent to which the depth of content reflects graduate-level critical thinking skills.
Content Evaluation Criteria
Abstract: Between 550 and 600 words
Present a complete, concise overview of all phases of the proposed project.
Section A: Problem Identification
Identify a work-setting problem. ( I prefer to write something relate to conflict between nursing staff impact patients’ care )
Describe a problem or issue that needs a solution.
Provide support that the problem or issue is an important one to solve.
State a project objective that is specific, realistic, and measurable.
Describe briefly the proposed solution and the way in which it will solve the problem or issue.
Section B: Solution Description
Develop a description of the proposed solution.
Describe the proposed solution.
Describe the way(s) in which the proposed solution is consistent with current research knowledge.
Discuss the feasibility of implementing the proposed solution in the work setting.
Discuss the way(s) in which the proposed solution is consistent with organization or community culture and resources.
Section C: Research Support
Develop a research base for the proposed solution that is sufficient to support its use.
Provide a sufficient and compelling research base for the proposed solution.
Summarize all research reports used in a concise manner and provide acceptable internal and external validity.
Describe the essential components of each study so readers can evaluate its scientific merit.
Section D: Implementation Plan
Describe the methods to be used to implement the proposed solution.
Describe the overall plan for implementing the proposed solution.
Identify resources needed of the proposed solution’s implementation.
Describe the methods for monitoring solution implementation.
Describe the way(s) in which a theory of planned change was used to develop the implementation plan.
Discuss the feasibility of the implementation plan.
Section E: Evaluation Plan
Describe the methods to be used to evaluate the solution.
Outcome Measure:
Develop or revise an outcome measure that evaluates the extent to which the project objective is achieved. A copy of the measure must be included in the appendix.
Describe the ways in which the outcome measure is valid, reliable, sensitive to change, and appropriate for use in this proposed project.
Evaluation Data Collection:
Describe the methods for collecting outcome measure data and the rationale for using those methods.
Identify resources needed for evaluation.
Discuss the feasibility of the evaluation plan.
Identify two possible grant funding sources and why your proposal would be a good fit for these sources.
Section F: Decision Making
Describe the methods to be used to decide the future of the solution.
Discuss methods and specific plans to maintain a successful project solution.
Discuss methods and specific plans to extend a successful project solution.
Discuss methods and specific plans to revise an unsuccessful project solution.
Discuss methods and specific plans to terminate an unsuccessful solution.
Describe specific plans for feedback in the work setting and for communicating the project and its results to professional groups external to the project.
Format
Style must be consistent with that expected of a formal project proposal.
Format must be according to APA guidelines regarding the cover page, margins, text citations, double-spacing, font size, and references page.
Section headings and numbers must be used for each section of the proposal.
Grammar, punctuation, and formal word usage must be consistent with graduate-level expectations.
Project proposal must be within word constraints.
Project proposal must be spell checked and proofread.

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