Belmont University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nurses for advanced practice roles with the highest level of clinical nursing competence. The DNP is a clinically-oriented doctorate serving as a terminal professional degree for nurses in advanced practice and nursing administration.

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Scholarly Projects from 2018

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The Impact of In-Home Lactation Support on Breastfeeding Self-efficacy, Duration, and Exclusivity, Kristian Beach

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Simulation as a Clinical Remediation Strategy for Undergraduate Nursing Students, Sara Camp

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Evidence-driven Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Urinary Tract Infections in Long-term Care, Morgan K. Clouse

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Evaluation of Intimate Partner Violence Screening in a Metropolitan Public Health Department, Niani Conerly

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The Impact of Antibiotic Stewardship Education on Parental Care Satisfaction and Follow-up, Paige Ferguson

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An Analysis of Factors Which Affect Self-Management in Language-Diverse Patients with Type 2 Diabetes, Sarah Hayden

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Fear-Avoidance Beliefs in Patients with Acute Low Back Pain, Kayla Heldman

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Comparing the Effects of Immersion Service Learning and Local Service Learning in Pre-Licensure Health Care Students’ Transcultural Self-Efficacy, Kimberly Johnson

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Foster Youth Transition to Adulthood: Effects of Housing Stability and Social Support on Mental Health, Elizabeth Gray Kaiser

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Subclinical Atherosclerosis Vascular Evaluation (SAVE): Nurse Practitioner Barriers to and Facilitators of Research Utilization Regarding Screening for Subclinical Atherosclerosis, Gina Pritchard

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Exploring the Perceived Barriers to Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Women who are in Treatment for Opioid Addiction, Carleigh Smith

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Compassion Fatigue as it Relates to Nurse Turnover in Oncology Nurses at an Urban Hospital, Diana Wells-English