Addressing Generational and Cross-Cultural Diversity in Nursing Training and Core Measure Education
For the Capstone Project, students must propose an Evidence-based Initiative that will address an issue or problem of significant importance in nursing or healthcare. This initiative may focus on the workplace, nursing practice, organizational or healthcare policy, population health, global health issue, veteran care services, or other health – related topic. Capstone projects may focus on improving the quality of care, enhancing safety in the environment, promoting healthy lifestyles, embracing inter-professional collaboration, preventing health risks, improving health literacy, implementing patient-centered care, protecting population health, and others. Continue to refer back to the Library’s Course Page for additional assistance.
The Capstone Project addresses the following Student Learning Program Outcomes (SLPOs):
SLPO#2: Integrate evidence, nursing theory, and knowledge from other disciplines to guide nursing practice.
SLPO#6: Engage in the spirit of inquiry to propose solutions that support nursing excellence.
The paper should include 13 – 15 pages of content (excluding title page and reference list) and address all of the following criteria. *Scholarly articles integrated within the Capstone project should come from the most current nursing or related literature (published no more than 5 years ago) but may be older if a seminal source or where there is a gap in the literature; at least one reference used within the Capstone project should come from a discipline outside nursing.
Title of Project: Addressing Generational and Cross-Cultural Diversity in Nursing Training and Core Measure Education
Description of the Issue or Problem (approximately 5-6 pages)
1 Integrate at least 5-6 scholarly articles* to support your description of the following: