Student Research, PhD Nursing
A core outcome of the PhD program is that students independently conduct and communicate research that advances and extends knowledge in the field of nursing.
“A Study of Nurse Practitioner Role Transition Through Examination of the Specific Relationships of Desire for Feedback, Desire for Control, and the Number of Years of Prior Registered Nurse Experience” (December 2013)
“Patients’ and nurses’ perceptions of hope-engendering nurse interventions and their influence on patients’ perception of hope during health/illness transitions” (May 2014)
“Navigating the faculty-student relationship: A grounded theory of interacting with nursing students with mental health issues” (May 2013)
“Grounded theory of the process of conceptual understanding in baccalaureate nursing students learning medication calculations” (May 2012)
“Attitudes of healthcare faculty toward inter-professional education and inter-professional healthcare teams” (August 2012)