Samples of scholarly inquiry projects

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Graduates of the MN program develop competence in inquiry relevant to practice, education or administration. In addition to two courses in research methods, students complete a scholarly project or thesis to demonstrate mastery of a focused area of knowledge. A supervisory committee guides the student through the project or thesis process, including the selection of the topic of interest and the research methods.

Sample project or thesis topics include:

  • Communication and Culture: Inroads to Outreach in the Mexican-American Community
  • Fatigue in Women with Breast Cancer
  • Descriptive Study of Outpatient Burn Population and Development of Prevention Efforts
  • A Critique of Methods to Measure Critical Thinking in Basic Nursing Education Programs
  • Conducting Youth Forums in a Rural Setting: A Community Assessment
  • A Survey of Activity Interventions Available Within the Adult Family Home Community of Pierce County, WA.
  • Redesign of Pain Management at Harrison Memorial Hospital
  • Development of a Web Site for Parents of NICU Babies
  • An Overview of Factors Affecting Passing Rates on the NCLEX-RN Examination: Mentorship as a Strategy to Enhance Students' Success