faculty

Natalie Correia

Clinical Assistant Professor

College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Community

Contact

508-999-8861

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Dion 308F

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NUR 381 complements the nursing concepts presented in NUR 380. Various mental health sites in the area will be selected for clinical placement. Students will observe and practice diverse interventions that promote a person¿s mental health, guide them in their mental health care, and maintain safety in the therapeutic environment. Guided by the ANA Scope and Standards of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (2014)

Exploration of historical, socioeconomic, and political forces that influence the profession of nursing and the health care delivery system. Leadership and team building skills are identified and developed to shape professional nursing practice that promotes health and facilitates the learner's transition to professional nursing practice. Application of principles of safety and quality in healthcare systems are addressed. Guided by the ANA Scope & Standards of Practice (2004 ed.).

Teaching

Online and Continuing Education Courses

Third in a series of three didactic courses to facilitate the scholarly capstone project. This course focuses on the dissemination of findings of an evidence based project for translating evidence into practice. Emphasis is placed on multiple modalities for disseminating project findings. Students will continue to explore the various roles of the DNP.

Third in a series of three mentored practica to facilitate the scholarly capstone project and development of the DNP role competencies. The focus of Residency III is to disseminate results of an evidence-based translational research project. This practicum builds on the knowledge, skills and attitudes of the students to enhance collaborative and interprofessional practice.

Second of three mentored practica to facilitate the scholarly project and develop the DNP role. The focus of this residency is to implement an evidence-based project. Collaborative data collection and management strategies are utilized to support the implementation and evaluation process. This practicum builds on the knowledge, skills and attitudes of the students to enhance collaborative and interprofessional practice. Course development was guided by the AACN (2006) Essentials for DNP Education.

Second of three didactic courses to facilitate the DNP scholarly project. This course focuses on the development of an evidence-based project proposal for a translational research project. Students will complete and submit an Institutional Review Board (IRB) application. Emphasis is placed on the design and implementation of the project proposal. Course development was guided by the AA CN (2006) Essentials for DNP Education.
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First of three mentored practica to facilitate the scholarly project and develop the DNP role. The focus of this residency is to identify and assess a practice problem and develop an evidence-based project proposal. Collaborative assessment and planning strategies are utilized to support the proposal development process. Opportunities are provided to consider the inter-professional perspectives of the problem. This practicum lays the foundation for the development of collaborative and inter-professional knowledge, skills and attitudes. Course development was guided by the AACN (2006) Essentials for DNP Education.
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