JSU's Doctor of Nursing Practice is a terminal degree in nursing that prepares Registered Nurses (RNs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) to practice at the highest level of the profession. As part of the requirements for this degree, a DNP project and paper must be submitted; these projects are archived in JSU Digital Commons.

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Projects from 2020

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Purposeful Hourly Rounding and Reduction of Patient Falls, Iesha S. Bell

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Improving the Accuracy of Temporal Artery Thermometry in Pediatric Direct Care Providers: A Performance Improvement Project, Kimberly L. Bell

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The Effect of a Provider Education Program on Antibiotic Overuse in Acute Sinusitis, Shawna Berg

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Improving Skin Tears Healing Time is Demonstrated by the Staff RN who Performs Early Initiation Treatment of the Skin Tear Protocol, Sharon Brazile

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Increasing Long-Term Care Employee Influenza Compliance Through an Educational Approach, ShyAndrea H. Brazil

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The Evolution of Nursing Leadership: Novice to Expert, Yolanda Chandler

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Pre-discharge BNP: A Policy Change to Reduce Hospital Readmission, Melissa Duckett

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Improving Patient Follow-up for Laboratory Testing Using Telephone Calls as an Intervention: A Quality Improvement Project, Jill Gray

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Improving School Attendance Rates Utilizing a School-Based Clinic, Tameka Minter Hines

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Protecting the Integument: Changing Nursing Practice to Prevent Pressure Injuries, LaTonya Lawery

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Improving Hypoglycemia Protocol Compliance through Nursing Education, Concepta Onyatta

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A Multifocused Intervention to Reducing Antibiotic Prescribing in Uncomplicated Upper Respiratory Infections in the Urgent Care Setting, Chelsea Popp

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Nurse Champions for Medication Reconciliation: Making a Difference, Stacey Waters

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Can We Talk? Bridging the Communication Gap between Nurses and Providers, Jolie Wildinger