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NURS 581 Leadership in Knowledge Application and Translation
Pre-reqs: NURS 580.
- This course is restricted to students in one of these faculties: GRAD
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|Restricted||NURS 581 002||Seminar||2||Thu||13:00||16:00|
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Seats in course are prioritized for School of Nursing Graduate student students. All non Nursing Graduate Students must contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain permission to register in the course. Student Services at the School of Nursing will contact the Instructor and Graduate Program Coordinator to facilitate permission.
Through an examination of philosophies, theories and praxis in the application of nursing knowledge, this graduate level course will prepare students to lead innovative research, education and practice in knowledge application and translation. Learning activities will focus on theoretical and practical issues around developing and applying knowledge to improve health or health care systems. The course will provide an introduction to basic principles, conceptual frameworks, research design, and interventions used in knowledge translation, and students will develop capacity to engage with an array of knowledge users and stakeholders. Prerequisite: NURS 580.