Elizabeth Chin, PhD
Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult
Modular Unit #5 001
|Bridgewater State College||BA in Education|
|University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||MSN|
|University of Massachusetts Worchester||PhD|
Analyzes methods of theory construction, synthesis and evaluation to further knowledge development in nursing. Designs theoretical strategies to explore phenomena of interest and expand the scientific body of nursing knowledge. Explores the relationship between theoretical thinking and emerging trends shaping nursing science and practice. Emphasizes detailing the theoretical influences on a substantive area of interest.
Course Description (NUR 772 revised): First in a series of three didactic courses to facilitate the DNP scholarly project. This course focuses on reviewing the literature and evaluating the evidence using established rating systems as a foundation for project development. Course development was guided by the AACN (2006) Essentials for DNP Education.
- Chronic illness
- Symptom management
- Technology in clinical management of chronic disease
Devine, C. & Chin, E. (2018).
Integrity in Nursing Students: A Concept Analysis
Nurse Education Today, 60, 133-138.
Chin, E. (2017).
The COPD Exacerbation Experience: A Qualitative Descriptive Study
Applied Nursing Research, 38, 38-44.
Chin, E. (2016).
Health Promotion in an Opinion Treatment Program: An Evidence-Based Nursing Quality Improvement Project
Journal of Addiction Nursing , 27, 127-42.