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1 School of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Faculty Guidelines

2 Contents Welcome to the OHSU School of Nursing Doctor in Nursing Practice (DNP) Program 3 Hallmarks of DNP Education at OHSU 5 Academic Advising and Mentorship 7 DNP Faculty 8 General Information 10 Curriculum/Progression 14 Time to Degree 20 Continuous Enrollment 20 Leave of Absence 20 Good Standing, Probation, & Dismissal 21 Doctor of Nursing Practice Progression Benchmarks 23 Benchmark Policy 23 Scholarly Inquiry Paper (SIP) GUIDELINES 24 DNP Practicum 40 Guidelines 40 Clinical Inquiry Project 49 Clinical Inquiry Project 50 Proposal and Final Report Guidelines 50 Graduation and Degree Clearance 52 FORMS 53 DNP Portfolio Sakai Site 53 2 P a g e

3 Welcome to the OHSU School of Nursing Doctor in Nursing Practice (DNP) Program Welcome to the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program in the School of Nursing at Oregon Health & Science University! The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) represents the highest degree in nursing practice. Graduates receive not only additional integrative clinical preparation designed to expand practice in breadth and/or depth, but also coursework and mentorship to facilitate leadership and clinical inquiry in their professional career. The DNP program was implemented at OHSU School of Nursing in 2007 and celebrated its first graduates in The DNP program educates nurses prepared in advanced practice nursing (NP, CNM, CRNA, and CNS) or health systems/organizational leadership to provide leadership in clinical inquiry, policy, and innovation in health care. The DNP program builds on the advanced nursing practice masters programs and prepares leaders in a culture of innovation and inquiry. The DNP offers two foci: an advanced practice clinical focus and a health systems/organizational leadership (HSOL) focus. The clinically focused DNP prepares expert clinicians in the critical analysis of ethical and equity concerns as well as health systems and policy in order to optimize health outcomes. The health systems focused DNP prepares organizational leaders to engage in contextual and systematic analysis of clinical phenomena in order to optimize health systems in the delivery of high quality care. The spirit of innovation and inquiry is foundational to graduating DNP practitioners prepared in leadership to identify, develop, and evaluate solutions to health care s most troubling challenges. In addition to the competencies for the MN degree and specialty, DNP graduates are expected to meet DNP program competencies. Accordingly, the DNP graduate is prepared to: 1) Engage in advanced nursing practice in a professional, evidence-based, skilled, and ethical manner; 2) Influence health and health outcomes of individuals, groups, and populations through clinical inquiry; 3) Influence health policy and systems of health care in the local, regional, state, and international forums. This guidebook was created to be a reference for DNP students at OHSU School of Nursing. In addition to this guidebook, students should familiarize themselves with the most current OHSU School of Nursing (SON) Catalog and Student Handbook as well as the OHSU Code of Conduct which are found on the OHSU/SON website. These will be important resources to facilitate decision-making throughout the program. The guidelines in this book include information to guide students in the completion of the DNP Program. Included are the descriptions of the progression benchmarks and the respective evaluation rubrics, guidelines for the clinical practicum, and guidelines for the clinical inquiry project. As with any dynamic program, this is not meant to be an exhaustive resource. Your DNP program faculty advisor and other DNP program faculty are available to discuss questions and concerns you may have and to provide consultation. We sincerely hope your experience in the DNP program is challenging and rewarding. We look forward to partnering with you on your doctoral journey! 3 P a g e

4 For general DNP program concerns, please contact Dr. Gail Houck, Program Director, or For concerns with registration, courses, and progression please contact Shauna Hoffman, Academic Administrative staff for the DNP program, or P a g e

5 Hallmarks of DNP Education at OHSU The Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) represents the highest level of preparation in nursing practice. The OHSU DNP program is designed to prepare leaders to drive the application of evidence to promote excellence in nursing practice and health care. As a practice-focused doctoral program, innovation and inquiry are central to graduating DNP practitioners prepared in leadership to identify, develop, and evaluate solutions to the challenges found in clinical practice and health care. Hallmarks of the DNP Program at OHSU School of Nursing include a scholarly approach to the discipline developed through doctoral level course work, DNP program benchmarks, and the DNP clinical inquiry project. In addition, a commitment to the advancement of the profession is evidenced through leadership and innovation in practice, developed through course work and the integrative practice immersion reflected by the DNP clinicalpracticumpracticum. The DNP curriculum and clinical practicum are broadly shaped around the eight Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice (DNP Essentials) found at this website: 1) Apply scientific underpinnings for practice: integrate sciences and knowledge as the basis for nursing practice; 2) Provide leadership to organizations and/or systems for quality improvement and systems thinking; 3) Engage in clinical scholarship methods for evidence-based practice through critical appraisal of the literature, application of evidence into practice, evaluation of clinical outcomes, quality improvement projects, and/or practice improvement initiatives; 4) Evaluate, select, use, and/or design information systems/technology and patient care technology for the improvement and transformation of health care; 5) Analyze, influence, develop, and/or implement health care policy for advocacy in health care; 6) Engage in interprofessional collaboration for improving patient and population health outcomes; 7) Address clinical prevention and population health perspectives; and 8) Engage in competent advanced nursing practice. The focus and depth of course work and clinical experience related to each of these core competencies will vary according to the role for which the student is preparing. Those preparing for an APRN role (nurse practitioners and nurse-midwives) will have more content in the advanced practice specialty and emphasize the essentials in relation to advanced specialty practice, integrating the application of evidence for innovative practice and to improve clinical outcomes. Those preparing for a role in organizational leadership (HSOL) will have greater depth in the science of health systems and organizational dynamics, with an emphasis on the application of evidence for leadership and the contextual and systematic analysis of clinical phenomena in 5 P a g e

6 order to optimize health systems in the delivery of care. Those students preparing for either role and choosing a policy component to their work are able to obtain increased depth in health care policy. In the last year of the DNP program, the clinical practicum provides the opportunity for practice experiences designed to achieve learning goals related to the DNP Essentials as well as specialty or subspecialty competencies. For MN/DNP students, the clinical practicum is an opportunity to build and assimilate knowledge for advanced specialty practice, perhaps with a subspecialty focus, in addition to providing an opportunity to synthesize the other DNP essentials. Post master s DNP students will also have the opportunity for in-depth subspecialty work with experts from nursing as well as other disciplines but greater emphasis will be placed on the synthesis and integration of the DNP essentials into their advanced specialty practice. The clinical practicum provides the context within which the clinical inquiry project is completed. The purpose of the clinical inquiry project is to demonstrate synthesis of the student s work and provide an experience that can be the foundation for future clinical scholarship. The clinical inquiry project may take a variety of forms. Examples include a practice initiative, a program evaluation, a quality improvement project, a proposal for a new practice model and evaluation, a critical literature review that yields practice guidelines, and evaluation of clinical outcomes. Inquiry projects may be newly initiated or part of an existing project. According to the DNP essentials, these forms of scholarly experiences are characterized by the use of evidence to improve practice or clinical outcomes. The clinical inquiry project is reported in a written paper that is reviewed and evaluated by an academic committee constituted by two faculty members and a clinical mentor. FACULTY; ESSENTIALS 6 P a g e

7 Academic Advising and Mentorship Students in the DNP program are assigned an academic advisor based on student and faculty expertise and/or mutual practice interests. The academic advisor provides a vital link between the student and the DNP program. Academic advising occurs in group and individual formats. Group advising sessions are announced in advance, whereas individual advising is scheduled on an as needed basis. Students are strongly encouraged to make regular advising appointments throughout the program. The academic advisor works closely with the student and provides a smooth transition to the DNP Practicum/CIP Chair for the final year; the DNP Practicum/CIP Chair will then assume academic advising responsibilities. A DNP Practicum/CIP Chair and committee agreement form must be completed and submitted to Shauna Hoffman. Responsibilities of Academic Advisors: Assists the student with registration procedures as needed Reviews and monitor academic progress in the DNP program Assists the student with choice of elective courses in the DNP Program Assists the student with identifying a DNP Practicum/CIP Chair (may or may not be the academic advisor) Evaluates the interim benchmark if a chair has not been chosen Responsibility of DNP Practicum/CIP Chairs: Assumes responsibilities for academic advising with the student Assists the student with the development of goals for the clinical practicum (and case report for MN/DNP students) Evaluates the interim benchmark Scholarly Inquiry Paper Mentors the student through the practicum (separate from the clinical mentor in the setting) Mentors the student through the development and conduct of the clinical inquiry project Responsibilities of Student: Communicates with advisor/chair regarding current or anticipated plans, goals, and progression issues Initiates and maintains contact with advisor/chair Is aware of OHSU SON, DNP, and specialty program policies Informs advisor/chair of any problems that impact academic performance or progression Participates in the selection of a DNP Practicum/CIP Chair and development of clinical practicum goals If a student desires a change in their DNP Practicum/CIP Chair, the student must first discuss this with his/her current chair. Once a new chair has been identified, the student must submit a DNP Change of Practicum/CIP Chair form obtained from the DNP program support staff. The DNP program director will review and approve the request and a letter will be sent to the student, previous chair, and new chair to confirm the change. If an academic advisor leaves the School of Nursing, this will be discussed with the student and options for a new advisor will be identified; the student will meet with the various faculties and mutually select a new advisor. If a DNP Practicum/CIP Chair leaves the School of Nursing, the departing chair will be asked to remain on the 7 P a g e

8 committee and the second committee member will be asked to assume the chair position in order to retain stability and have continuity. DNP Faculty Below is a list of faculty in the School of Nursing who teach and/or mentor in the DNP program. These faculty members hold a doctoral degree and have graduate preparation in an advanced practice nursing specialty, public health, or health systems leadership. Faculty profiles that describe their respective clinical, policy, inquiry, and teaching experience and interests will be found on the School of Nursing website. These should be helpful for identifying faculty with similar interests and the expertise to guide you through your clinical practicum and clinical inquiry project. This list is not intended to be an exclusive list; students will interact with specialty program faculty and other faculty within the School of Nursing. There are opportunities to interact with faculty in other disciplines as well as other schools of nursing through elective courses and clinical practicum activities. Elective courses are available through NEXUS, a course exchange program offered through a collaboration of schools of nursing at: Bradley, Katherine, PhD, RN Name Phone Inquiry/Policy Focus Clinical specialty Population Health Outcomes, Health System Reform & Public Health Policy Crusoe, Kristen, EdD, MN, RN Complexity science HSOL Driessnack, Martha, PhD, PNP Genetics, Health Literacy, Child Health Emeis, Cathy, PhD, CNM Maternal child health/midwifery practice Goodell, Teresa, RN, CNS, PhD, CCRN, ACNS-BC, CWCN Critical care, gerontology, trauma and skin/wounds. Management, Public Health PNP NMW Gero CNS Houck, Gail, PhD, PMHNP Preventive mental PMHNP health Howe, Carol, DNS, CNM Advanced Practice NMW Jones, Kim, PhD, FNP Nursing; Fibromyalgia FNP Laustsen, Gary, PhD, FNP Rural NP practice, NP education research, national NP policies LeCuyer, Elizabeth, PhD, PMHNP Maternal-child interaction and children s selfregulation FNP Adult PMHNP 8 P a g e

9 McKimmy, Mandy, FNP Childhood development and Autism Messecar, Deborah, PhD, MPH, Public Health; care of CNS older persons; families Mist, Scott, PhD, MAcOM, Lc.Ac of Alternative veterans medicine/ integrative medicine Nagel, Corey, PhD, MPH None Public Health; built Noone, Joanne, PhD, RN, CNE environment Reproductive health FNP Gero CNS Gero; MPH Perry, Cindy, PhD, FNP Physical activity FNP promotion Ross, Amy, PhD, CNS Organizations Systems HSOL Salveson, Catherine, PhD Access to and reimbursement for care as related to clinical specialty. Public health; CAM. Scharf, Margaret, DNP, PMHNP, FNP Community mental health; Metabolic Syndrome Shaw, Maggie, PhD, CNM NMW Turnbull, Teresa, DNP, FNP Primary Care with underserved; immigrant health FNP Turner, Helen, DNP, PCNS Program evaluation/systems; Pain Management Vaughn, Kristi, DNP, ACNP, FNP CAM, acute & chronic pain Wickenhagen, Sarah, DNP, FNP Veterans Issues, Genomics PMHNP, FNP PCNS-Pediatric CNS, ACNP,FNP FNP Criteria for DNP Practicum/Clinical Inquiry Project Chair are all of the following: 1. An earned doctorate 2. Member of OHSU School of Nursing DNP Faculty 3. Demonstrated scholarship 4. Current licensure as an APRN or MPH or graduate degree in an aggregates focus area (health systems, public health, health outcomes) 5. Faculty actively involved in DNP program teaching, meetings, and/or curriculum development. 6. Optional but preferred: Experience as a DNP Practicum/CIP Chair or second reader. 9 P a g e

10 General Information University ID Badge A checklist outlining the procedure for obtaining an OHSU ID badge can be found on Public Safety s website Business Cards DNP students may have business cards printed with the OHSU logo and the OHSU School of Nursing as your "place of business" or location. Use your current credentials and specify your title as DNP Student. If you choose to include your home address, please specify with (home). If you include your cell and/or home phone numbers, please specify as (cell) or (home). Contact Shauna Hoffman to place the order ( or If a grant or scholarship will provide funds for the cards, please provide the alias account number when placing the order. Otherwise, a personal check will be required. Students can no longer print their own business cards with the OHSU logo. Graduate Nursing Senate The purpose of the Graduate Nursing Senate (GNS) is to provide a student government organization for all full time and part time matriculated graduate students within the School of Nursing. Accordingly, the GNS: 1. Represents graduate students to the School of Nursing academic governance committees and the School of Nursing Student Grievance and Conduct Committee; 2. Facilitates an exchange of ideas and information among students; and 3. Coordinates and facilitates interchange between students and faculty, including guests and faculty from outside the School. Each fall the Graduate Nursing Senate provides names of students who will agree to serve as student representatives on the committees named above. Meetings of the Graduate Nursing Senate are held regularly and notices are sent by or placed in graduate student mailboxes. Doctoral Center Post Master s DNP and Post Baccalaureate DNP students in their 3 rd year will have access to and use of the Doctoral Center located on the 5 th floor of the School of Nursing building, Room 582. The room provides shared study space as well as access to computers. To obtain a key to the Doctoral Center, please see Shauna Hoffman. Lockers Lockers are available for student use on the 1 st and 3 rd floor of the School of Nursing building. The lockers are available on a first come, first serve basis, and students provide their own locks. Students need to Shauna Hoffman to notify her that they are taking a locker. 10 P a g e

11 Campus Security Information Students are encouraged to check the OHSU Public Safety website for campus security information: Computer Resources & Proficiency The OHSU School of Nursing relies heavily on the use of computers to accomplish student activities both in the classroom and online using the Internet. A significant number of courses have online components, many of the library journals are online, and is a primary means of communication. All students must have internet access and are expected to meet the current hardware and software requirements. This is to ensure that students will be able to collaborate with both faculty and peers and be able to complete the many activities required during their program. DSL, cable from home, or wireless services from within campus or other locations are preferable. Dial-up service using a 56k modem may prove to be unacceptable for some online content and activities. On the Portland campus, SON Room 128 is an unstaffed computer room to which students are allowed access when the room is not scheduled for courses or training. Students receive the lockbox code during orientation. Doctoral students on the Portland campus have eight computers and a printer available in the Doctoral Center, located on the fifth floor (#528). Windows vs. MAC The School of Nursing is a Microsoft Windows environment. Software required for some courses may not come in a MAC version or there may be differences in functionality between the Windows and MAC versions. If you choose to use a MAC, you need to be prepared to deal with these issues when they arise in order to fully participate in all coursework requirements. Newer MACs with the Intel processor can run a Windows environment through Boot Camp, Parallels or Fusion VMware. However, the cost of the related software and a Windows license can be an expensive option. Laptops vs. Desktops The School of Nursing encourages the use of laptop computers for on-campus students. They are easily used when working with fellow students in groups and for classroom presentations. All OHSU campuses have wireless networking capabilities at various access points around campus. NETBOOKS are not acceptable as a primary computing device. They are made to keep a person connected by primarily providing access to the Internet, web site browsing, and . In order to conserve power and extend battery life, most are underpowered to run Microsoft Office and do not include DVD drives, which makes installation of additional software difficult. Hardware The hardware requirements listed in this document are for new, incoming students. These are minimum requirements. Most new computers exceed these requirements. Meeting these minimum requirements is essential, as computer resources on campus are limited. Students who have computers and Internet access 11 P a g e

12 should be able to successfully complete any student activities required by faculty for their courses. Currently enrolled students should compare their computer s specifications to the minimum specification required of new students. If the computer is not close to meeting the new requirements, students should upgrade components or replace their computer. Discounts are available for OHSU students purchasing new computers. OHSU School of Nursing has recommended minimum hardware specifications. Let us know if you have questions. Web Cameras Operating System: Windows Vista, Windows 7 or MAC OSX Speed: 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or Newer Memory: 2.0 GB (4GB or more preferred) Hard Drive: 160 GB or larger For those students who participate in courses with an online component, a web cam may be required by the faculty. Your course syllabus should note if this is a requirement. Software The software requirements listed in this document are mandatory for all students. If you find that your software has not been updated in a number of years, this is the time to invest in getting it updated so that you can participate in all the required activities. Academic versions of software packages commonly used by the School are available to students at a discount. Microsoft Office. All Students are required to own and use the Microsoft Office Suite. Microsoft Works, Apple iworks, OpenOffice, and Corel WordPerfect are NOT acceptable alternatives. Acceptable versions of Microsoft Office include the following: Office 2007 or Office 2010 for Windows Office 2008 or Office 2011 for MAC Additional Software: Additional software that may be useful includes: Adobe Acrobat 8 or newer Adobe Flash & Shockwave Apple QuickTime RealPlayer Internet Security & Antivirus Software: With all of the Internet threats to personal computers, virus protection is a must. Some campuses and internet providers offer virus protection software for free. Check with your campus or provider to see what might be available. Below are a few of the acceptable virus protection packages: Microsoft Security Essentials (free from Microsoft) McAfee Antivirus Norton Antivirus Avast! Antivirus 12 P a g e

13 TrendMicro Titanium AVG Internet Security Required Internet Browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or higher Optional Internet Browsers: Apple Safari Google Chrome OTHER Devices There are a number of portable devices on the market which provide easy and instant access to information, digital media, and the Internet. Such devices include Palms, ereaders/kindles, ipods/ipads, iphones, and other SmartPhones. The School of Nursing encourages innovation and the use of these devices where possible. However, as much as we love these devices for what they can do, they cannot do everything. If you use these devices, be aware that your assigned coursework will dictate that they be used in conjunction with a good computer or laptop. OHSU uses Microsoft Exchange for our and calendar systems. An account is provided by OHSU for all current students. Cohort specific s lists are created and utilized to communicate specifically with OHSU students and student groups within the School of Nursing. OHSU units like Financial Aid, Billing, Registrar, and program faculty and staff will communicate important student information to the OHSU address only. It is expected that every student will maintain and regularly check the OHSU- provided account in order to receive critical student updates. Creating rules to forward to a personal account is prohibited by policy. All students are expected to log in and use their OHSU Outlook account. OHSU Helpdesk The OHSU ITG Helpdesk is available to assist students with account or account access issues between 6am 6pm, Monday thru Friday, at SAKAI The School of Nursing uses Sakai to deliver online course content to our students. It is recommended that you use Mozilla Firefox. Sakai is supported by our University s Academic Technology Group. You can find more information about Sakai on their web pages. If you need help with Sakai, you can contact the Sakai Helpdesk at or by at 13 P a g e

14 Curriculum/Progression The DNP degree may be earned through four avenues, according to the applicant s previous level of education: The accelerated baccalaureate to PMHNP or Nurse-Midwifery (MN/DNP) program requires a bachelor s degree in a related field, and acceptance into the PMHNP or Nurse Midwifery program. Successful program progression includes: earning the BS degree in nursing and obtaining RN licensure, earning the MN degree in the PMHNP or NMW specialty, and completing the DNP program interim benchmarks. These include a scholarly inquiry paper, one case report, and obtaining pertinent national certification and state licensure, before completing the final year of courses, practicum, and inquiry to earn the DNP degree. The post baccalaureate program (MN/DNP) requires a bachelor s degree in nursing and RN licensure. Successful program progression includes earning the MN degree in an advanced practice specialty (previously described) and completing the DNP program interim benchmarks. These include a scholarly inquiry paper, one case report, and obtaining pertinent national certification and state licensure, before completing the final year of courses, practicum, and inquiry to earn the DNP degree. The post master s certificate option (PMCO/DNP) is for those students who seek to obtain a second specialty and to earn the DNP. A previous master s degree in nursing is required for clinical specialties whereas a master s degree in nursing or in a related field is acceptable for the Health Systems & Organizational Leadership specialty. In addition to completing the requirements of the new specialty, students complete the DNP courses offered within the MN program and the DNP program interim benchmarks. These include a scholarly inquiry paper, one case report, and obtaining pertinent national certification and state licensure, before completing the final year of courses, practicum, and inquiry to earn the DNP degree. The post-master s DNP (DNP) program is for master s prepared nurses in health systems leadership or related field and for advanced practice nurses that are currently certified and/or licensed and have at least one year of active practice experience in their specialty. The DNP courses for this program are offered online, and the DNP courses, benchmarks, practicum, and inquiry project are required for the degree. OHSU operates on quarters (not semesters) with four quarters in an academic year. Graduate programs leading to the DNP are designed to be taught all four quarters each year. The post master s DNP program is a part-time program of study, typically with 5 to 7 credits per quarter. The clinical practicum and clinical inquiry project may be extended over two years if preferable or necessary. Part-time study is also possible for the MN/DNP and PMCO/DNP programs, although course prerequisites and sequencing make a part-time course of study challenging to create and carry out. We do, therefore, encourage students in these programs to enroll fulltime. A typical program of study entails 9-12 credits per quarter and a 4-quarter academic year. A program of study plan should be developed in conjunction with the academic advisor no later than spring term of the first year of study for full-time post master s DNP students or at the beginning of the term prior to the interim benchmarks for all other DNP students (MN/DNP and PMCO/DNP). The original program plan will be on file with the SON. Any changes in the program of study plan require filing a new program form. See sample program of study plans in these program guidelines or online: 14 P a g e

15 The accelerated baccalaureate to PMHNP or NMW MN/DNP program, the post-baccalaureate MN/DNP program, and the post master s certificate PMCO/DNP program require the following DNP courses as part of the program of study for the MN or Post Master s Certificate in a new specialty: NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing NURS 714 Practice Evaluation NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations, and Change NURS 735 Principles of Healthcare Economics and Finance 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 2 credits At the end of the second year, MN/DNP and PMCO/DNP students are expected to meet benchmark requirements to assess readiness to proceed to the Clinical Inquiry Project, as well as to complete the pertinent specialty comprehensive/certification examination and obtain specialty licensure after graduation. The third year of the DNP program includes the following courses: NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry Project NURS 790 DNP (Clinical) Practicum Specialty Required Courses or Electives Post Masters Doctor of Nursing Practice 18 credits 1 credit 3 credits 6 credits 6 credits The Post Master s DNP Program extends over two academic years (8 quarters). The courses are offered as a hybrid modality for Post Masters DNP students, who have priority for enrollment; students can expect a face-toface intensive meeting for instruction at least twice each year. Most DNP courses also have a face-to-face section on campus in Portland for MN/DNP and PMCO/DNP students; Post Masters DNP students are welcome if they prefer this modality. The following courses constitute the program of study: NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing NURS 714 Practice Evaluation NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry NURS 716 DNP Integration Seminar NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations, and Change NURS 735 Principles of Healthcare Economics and Finance NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry Project NURS 790 DNP (Clinical) Practicum Electives Total Credits DNP 3 credits 3 credits 1 credit 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 2 credits 6 credits 9 credits 7 credits 46 credits The Post Masters DNP students are expected to meet benchmark requirements at the end of the first year (spring quarter) to assess readiness to proceed to the Clinical Inquiry Project. Although the program is designed to be completed in two years or 8 quarters, students may develop a plan of study that extends over a longer duration, but not more than 4 years. 15 P a g e

16 The requirements for the specialty MN/DNP programs are listed below. Psychiatric Mental Health MN/DNP DNP Common Core (17 credits) NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care 3 NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing 3 NURS 714 Practice Evaluation 3 NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations and Change 3 NURS 735 Applied Health Care Economics and Finance 2 Advanced Practice Core (13 credits) NURS 515A Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology I 3 NURS 515B Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology II 3 NURS 517 Health Assessment 4 NURS 519 Principles of Pharmacology and Prescribing for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses 3 PMHNP Specialty Core (49 credits) NURS 541 Mental Health & Illness: Theories, Systems, & Roles 2 NURS 544 Psychosocial Development in Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURS 545 Community Mental Health Systems for Psychiatric-Mental Health Advanced Practice 3 NURS 552 Understanding and Intervening in Common Mental Health Problems Of the Elderly 3 NURS 571A Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment in Advanced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing: Child and Adolescent 3 NURS 571B Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment in Advanced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing: Adult 3 NURS 572A Therapeutic Interventions for Children & Families 3 NURS 572B Introduction to Psychotherapy with Adults 3 NURS 572C Adult Psychotherapies 3 NURS 574A Psychopharmacology: Adults 4 NURS 574B Psychopharmacology: Child and Adolescents 2 NURS 509K Practicum in Advanced PMHN Roles: Adults 4-13 NURS 509KC Practicum in Advanced PMHN Roles: Children and Adolescents 4-13 Total Credits MN 79 3 rd year DNP (29 credits) NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice 1 NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry 6 NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry 3 NURS 790 Clinical Practicum 18 Electives 6 Total Credits DNP P a g e

17 Nurse-Midwifery MN/DNP DNP Common Core (17 credits) NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care 3 NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing 3 NURS 714 Practice Evaluation 3 NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations and Change 3 NURS 735 Applied Health Care Economics and Finance 2 Advanced Practice Core (13 credits) NURS 515A Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology I 3 NURS 515B Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology II 3 NURS 517 Health Assessment 4 NURS 519 Principles of Pharmacology and Prescribing for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses 3 NURS 516 Advanced Pharmacology for Primary Care 2 NM Specialty Core (52 credits) NURS 507B Fundamentals of Teaching Nurse-Midwifery students 3 NURS 509L Practicum in Antepartum and Postpartum Management 2 NURS 509M Practicum in Nurse-Midwifery Management of the Intrapartum Period 3 NURS 509N Practicum in Nurse-Midwifery Management I 3 NURS 509O Practicum in Advanced Women s Health Care Management 2 NURS 509P Practicum in Nurse-Midwifery Management II 3 NURS 509Q Advanced Practicum in Nurse-Midwifery 9 NURS 509X Intrapartum Practicum in Nurse-Midwifery 2 NURS 509Y Practicum in Primary Care of Nurse-Midwives 1 NURS 518 Reproductive Health Care Management 4 NURS 581 Nurse-Midwifery Management of the Intrapartum Period 4 NURS 582 Management of the Newborn 3 NURS 583 Foundations of Reproductive Care During the Reproductive Cycle 2 NURS 584 Antepartum/Postpartum Management 5 NURS 585 Primary Care for Nurse-Midwives 4 NURS 588 Advanced Women s Health Care Management 2 Total Credits MN 84 3 rd year DNP (29 credits) NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice 1 NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry 6 NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry 3 NURS 790 Clinical Practicum 18 Electives 6 Total Credits DNP P a g e

18 Family Nurse Practitioner MN/DNP DNP Common Core (17 credits) NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care 3 NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing 3 NURS 714 Practice Evaluation 3 NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations and Change 3 NURS 735 Applied Health Care Economics and Finance 2 Advanced Practice Core (13 credits) NURS 515A Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology I 3 NURS 515B Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology II 3 NURS 517 Health Assessment 4 NURS 519 Principles of Pharmacology and Prescribing for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses 3 NURS 516 Advanced Pharmacology for Primary Care 2 FNP Specialty Core (46-48 credits) NURS 509R Practicum in Family Primary Care Management I 2 NURS 509S Practicum in Family Primary Care Management II 3 NURS 509T Practicum in Family Primary Care Management III 6 NURS 509U Practicum in Family Primary Care Management IV 8 NURS 509V Procedures for APN s in Primary Care 3 NURS 509W Antepartum and Postpartum Management for FNP s 1 NURS 514 Health Promotion and Health Protection 3 NURS 518 Reproductive Health Care Management 4 NURS 520 Family Primary Care Management I 3 NURS 521A Family Primary Care Management II 4 NURS 521B Family Primary Care Management III 5 NURS 521C Family Primary Care Management IV 3 NURS 523 Antepartum/Postpartum Management for FNP s 3 Total Credits MN 80 3 rd year DNP (29 credits) NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice 1 NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry 6 NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry 3 NURS 790 Clinical Practicum 18 Electives 6 Total Credits DNP P a g e

19 Health Systems and Organizational Leadership MN/DNP DNP Common Core (14 credits) NURS 700 Concepts for Comprehensive Care in Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURS 701 Policy and Population Based Care 3 NURS 713 Evaluating Evidence for Advance Practice Nursing 3 NURS 733 Health Systems, Organizations and Change 3 NURS 735 Applied Health Care Economics and Finance 2 Health Systems Core (26 credits) NURS 509HS Practicum: Practice in Leading Effective Organizations 8 NURS 548 Quality Science in Health Services and Academic Practice 3 NURS 549 Evidence Driven Clinical and Organizational Effectiveness 3 NURS XXX Strategic Innovation and Healthcare Complexity 3 CPH 522: Primary HealthCare & Health Disparities: Communication & informatics 3 CPH 527: Epidemiology of Disease 3 CPH 538: Public Health Program Evaluation 3 Organization Leadership Specialty Core (10 credits) NURS 596 Complexity Science approaches in Leading Academic and Health Services Organizations 3 NURS 597 Creating Sustainable Organizations 3 NURS 598 Managing Human Capital 3 MGT 590 Effective Business Writing 1 Total Credits MN 50 3 rd year DNP (27 credits) NURS 702 Concepts for Doctoral Nursing Practice 1 NURS 703 Clinical Inquiry 6 NURS 715 Methods for Clinical Inquiry 3 NURS 790 Clinical Practicum 17 Electives 23 Elective Specialty Courses (23 credits of 39 listed credits) CPH 510 Information Systems for Tracking population Data 3 CPH 521: Primary Health Care & Health Disparities: Social Determinants of Health & Community Assessment 4 CPH 533: Epidemiology Survey 3 CPH 537: Principles of Health Behavior 3 CPH 539: Concepts of Environmental & Occupational Health 3 CPH 530: Introduction to Biostatistics 4 CPH 535: Professionalism Ethics & Systems Thinking in Public Health 4 CPH 540: Health Systems Organization 3 PHPM 525: Biostatistics I 4 PHPM 525: Biostatistics II 4 PHPM 525: Biostatistics III 4 Total Credits DNP 100 Examples of Part Time POS for third years after completion of the MN degree are available upon request with your advisor from the DNP program office. 19 P a g e

20 Time to Degree Matriculated post masters DNP students have a maximum of 4 years to complete the program and post baccalaureate MN/DNP students have a maximum of 6 years to complete the program. The Time to Degree policy does not distinguish between full-time and part-time student enrollment. If degree requirements are not completed by the end of the fourth year, a request for extension of program needs to be submitted to the Chair of the DNP Admissions/Progression Committee for review and approval by the committee. Requests for extension should describe progress in meeting degree requirements and the reason for the need for an extension, as well as a detailed plan and timetable for completing degree requirements. The extension request should be co-signed by or accompanied by a letter of support from the student s DNP Practicum/CIP chair. Assuming satisfactory progress, a program extension is typically approved for one year. This may be shorter if progression problems require closer monitoring. Requests for additional extensions are contingent on continuous progress toward degree completion according to the student s projected timeline for completion. Continuous Enrollment Doctoral students must take a minimum of 1 credit each term, including summer terms, while completing the practicum and/or clinical inquiry project in order to have access to OHSU resources and faculty. If necessary, he/she may apply for a Leave of Absence. Leave of Absence After the successful completion of one quarter, a student may, under exceptional circumstances and with the approval of the School of Nursing, interrupt his/her program of study for a Leave of Absence (LOA). When requesting a LOA, the student must submit his /her request to the academic advisor or DNP Practicum/CIP chair and then to the DNP program director for further processing. The LOA form can be found at the OHSU Registrar website. A LOA is granted for a specified period, ranging from one quarter to one year. Under no circumstances will a LOA be granted for longer than 1 year. Students taking a LOA do not need to re-apply to the School of Nursing. While on leave, a student is not considered enrolled and is not eligible for any campus privileges or services from the university. In most cases, the time to degree limits (4 years post masters DNP; 6 years post baccalaureate MN/DNP) are not changed by a LOA. It is critical that students contact the academic advisor or chair and the DNP program director during the term prior to their anticipated return to school to confirm their intention. Students should discuss their program of study and review progression requirements with their advisor or chair. 20 P a g e

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