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-I am waiting to hear back from professor approving the topic. Please have writer contact me when one is selected so I can confirm with them. (The submitted document was uploaded and names Capstone Topic)
-Please notify me when one of the three models are chosen
-The 4 studies must also be submitted, so they will have to be ones I will be able to have access to.
-I put 7 sources must be used, but it is actually 4 studies and 3 references.
-Sources need to be within the last 5 years and from the US.
I can send pictures of pages that are referenced once a writer is selected if needed.
Here are the instructions:
The Capstone Project in the RN to BSN Program is the culmination of learning experiences guided by the baccalaureate program’s student learner outcomes. This project is focused on integration of concepts, theories, and principles related to the
professional nursing role as articulated in AACN’s BSN Essentials. According to Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt (2019), “changing clinical practice is complex and challenging. As a result many models have been developed to systematically guide the implementation of EBP. The models used in the capstone project are designed to assist clinicians in changing practices on the basis of evidence in their organizations” (p. 379). The Iowa Model, the Stetler Model and the Model for Evidence-based Practice Change are three evidence-based models that will be used to propose a practice change and promote quality care. These models are covered in detail on pages 383-398 of the 2019 edition of the book Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare by Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt.
A. The student will prepare a written proposal for a project of which the focus is resolution of a selected issue or problem significant to professional nursing practice (with potential for application in a work or community setting). While the proposal may not actually be implemented, it will be submitted to pertinent administrators in a workplace or community setting (*) with a request to present the proposal to a relevant committee, council, or staff.
(*) Options other than work place are: Nursing Homes, Home Health Agencies, Public Health Units, or Community Healthcare Clinics. Other possibilities will require advanced faculty approval.
B. The student will select one of three evidence-based nursing practice models as the foundation for the Capstone Project (Stetler Model, Iowa Model and the Model for Evidence-based Practice Change). All elements of the model must be addressed, as indicated. The elements will be used as headings within the written paper to ensure they are used to structure the project.
C. This project should address one or more of the following Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice and/or Quality and Safety Education for Nurses’ (QSEN) elements at a minimum, as applicable to the student’s specific project. As an aside, please notice the Baccalaureate Program Graduate Outcomes and Competencies for the College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions are based upon these two pivotal documents.
1. Patient safety
2. Patient-centered care (patient involvement in care decisions such as
cultural considerations, patient values, etcetera)
3. Professional values (altruism, human dignity, ethics, et cetera)
4. Quality improvement
5. Nursing informatics
6. Opportunities for teamwork and interdisciplinary collaboration
7. Leadership and Management (healthcare regulations translated into practice, healthcare policies, environment of care issues,
communication strategies, ethical and legal implications, financial resources, et cetera)
D. This Capstone Project must include an analysis and synthesis of recent, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles in order to validate the usefulness of the project to facilitate evidence-based change that meets an identified need. This need can “NOT” be a change that is currently taking place in your facility. Words in red indicate to have minimal direct quoting! Please seek the articles through our University Library, using a wide database search. Our Distance Learning service in the University Library also includes the ability to do a Google Scholar search. Articles should mostly be published within the United States. Be sure to include mostly nursing articles.
(It is acceptable to use other discipline’s articles to ensure a collaborative effort between the disciplines however; nursing should be the majority of the articles.) Recall from earlier classes, articles from magazines and non-peer reviewed journals are NOT acceptable sources of information.
E. The written paper should include data from A, B, C, and D above. The total length should fall between 5-7 pages not including the title page, abstract, and reference list. The paper must strictly adhere to APA format in all elements.
F. The project will be evaluated using the grading rubric posted on Moodle.
G. Refer to the Discussion Forums, Abstract, and Grid previously submitted for information to include in your paper. In this single situation, you do NOT have to cite/reference yourself; for the purpose of this course, it will NOT be considered plagiarism. Some re-wording may be necessary for proper flow. Understand that in MOST cases, using your own words / thoughts in subsequent publications (or assignments) IS considered plagiarism.
Timeline for Completion:
Week 1
1. Instructor hosts online chat session about the project. Be sure to check into
the online site prior to the chat to be sure your computer has the needed
2. Student begins contemplating a problem or need for change/practice change
on which to focus the project. Be sure to upload your project idea by the
due date for approval.
3. Student starts considering the EBP model that he/she will use for the project.
4. Student begins collection of evidence and may begin utilization of the Level
of Evidence Grid.
Week 2
1. Student identifies a problem or need for change/practice change.
2. Student selects an EBP model.
3. Student posts #1 and #2 (problem or need for change/practice change and EBP model selected) to a Discussion Forum for feedback from peers and instructor.
4. Student continues review of the literature using the Level of Evidence Grid.
Week 3
1. Student continues review of the literature and submits the Grid to the instructor with at least four (4) studies. A minimum of seven (7) articles is required.
2. Student posts #1 and #2 (evaluation and dissemination) to a Discussion Forum for feedback from peers and instructor.
3. Student continues working on project.
Week 4
1. Student will prepare an abstract with a maximum of 200 words and submit to the instructor.
2. Student will prepare a letter to their facility or community setting administration asking for permission to present the proposal to a relevant committee, council, or staff group and requesting a reply on the facility’s letterhead.
3. Student simultaneously submits this letter to their instructor.
4. Student continues working on project.
Week 5
1. Student continues working on project.
2. Student may upload narrative as early as Friday of Week5.
Week 6
1. Student must submit Capstone Project to instructor via Turnitin no later than
Monday @ 11:55p.m.

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