For this progressive paper assignment, Please complete the following:

Complete the title page with your name (will be added in). Then draft the following sections with information we have discussed in previous weeks:

  1. Download a copy of the scholarly paper template from page 8 of the Guidelines for Scholarly DNP Project I–IV (NU740–743) (PDF), either the quantitative or the qualitative template that fits your study. Quantitative study attached under additional materials.
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  • Introduction (See NH34278) FOR INTRO TO TOPIC
  • Statement of the Problem:SEE NH(34278)
  • Background
  • Significance
  • Project Objectives
  • Research Question
  • Evidence-Based Practice Model
  • Philosophical Assumptions

See Rubric below.

 

Chapter I of the DNP Scholarly Project Rubric – 100 PointsCriteriaExemplaryExceeds ExpectationsAdvancedMeets ExpectationsIntermediateNeeds ImprovementNoviceInadequateTotal 

 

PointsIntroduction

The researcher does an excellent job very briefly describing information that will be included in Chapter I including the selected evidence based practice (EBP) model.20 points

The researcher does a good job very briefly describing information that will be included in Chapter I including the selected evidence based practice (EBP) model17 points

The researcher does a poor job very briefly describing information that will be included in Chapter I including the selected evidence based practice (EBP) model.15 points

The researcher fails to very briefly describe information that will be included in Chapter I, and/or fails to include the selected evidence based practice (EBP) model.13 points

20

Statement of the Problem

Statement of the problem is 1–2 pages in length. The reader has an excellent idea as to what the problem is that you are going to investigate, and why it is important to nursing. In developing the problem, you make 5–6 points. These points provide the organization for the background and significance. The reader has an excellent idea about what is known about the phenomenon. Focuses on the scholarly project variables and related concepts.20 points

Statement of the problem is 1 to 1–1/2 pages in length. The reader has a good idea as to what the problem is that you are going to investigate, and why it is important to nursing. In developing the problem, you make 4–5 points. These points provide most of the organization for the background and significance. The reader has a good idea about what is known about the phenomenon. Focuses on most of the scholarly project variables and related concepts.17 points

Statement of the problem is one page in length. The reader has a fair idea as to what the problem is that you are going to investigate, and why it is important to nursing. In developing the problem, you make 3–4 points. These points provide some of the organization for the background and significance. The reader has a fair idea about what is known about the phenomenon. Focuses on some of the scholarly project variables and related concepts.15 points

Statement of the problem is less than one page in length. The reader has a poor idea as to what the problem is that you are going to investigate, and why it is important to nursing. In developing the problem, you make 2–3 points. These points provide minimal to no organization for the background and significance. The reader has a poor idea about what is known about the phenomenon. Does not focus on the scholarly project variables and related concepts.13 points

20

Background

The background is 4–5 pages and very well referenced. It builds a logical, rationale, argument for doing the study. By the time the reader finishes it, he or she is able to guess the purpose of your study without reading any further.20 points

The background is 3–4 pages and well referenced. It builds a fairly logical, rationale, argument for doing the study. By the time the reader finishes it, he or she has a fairly good idea of the purpose of your study without reading any further.17 points

The background is 2–3 pages and is fairly well referenced. It builds a somewhat logical, rationale, argument for doing the study. By the time the reader finishes it, he or she has somewhat of an idea of the purpose of your study, but further reading is necessary.15 points

The background is 1–2 pages and is poorly referenced. It does not build a logical, rationale, argument for doing the study. By the time the reader finishes it, he or she has no idea of the purpose of your study.13 points

20

Significance

Thoroughly addresses the importance of the identified problem to nursing practice, research, education, leadership and/or administration. Describes how implementation of your scholarly practice project may impact nursing practice.10 points

Does a good job addressing the importance of the identified problem to nursing practice, research, education, leadership and/or administration. Describes how implementation of your scholarly practice project may impact nursing practice.8 points

Does a fair job addressing the importance of the identified problem to nursing practice, research, education, leadership and/or administration. Does not or minimally describes how implementation of your scholarly practice project may impact nursing practice.7 points

Does a poor job addressing the importance of the identified problem to nursing practice, research, education, leadership and/or administration. Does not or minimally describes how implementation of your scholarly practice project may impact nursing practice.6 points

10

Project Objectives

Provides a two or three sentence statement on what is the purpose specifically for doing thisstudy/project. Does an outstanding job clearly and concisely stating the purpose.10 points

The project objectives of the study are somewhat clearly stated and somewhat address the problem identified. Does a good job clearly and concisely stating the purpose.8 points

The project objectives of the study are fairly well stated and somewhat address the problem identified. Does a fair job clearly and concisely stating the purpose.7 points

The project objectives of the study are not stated and do not address the problem identified. Does not clearly and concisely state the purpose.6 points

10

Research Question(s) and/or Hypothesis(es)

The research question(s) or hypothesis(es) that identifies the study/project variables and the population are correctly stated. Depending upon the type of study/project, there may be an independent variable and dependent variable. Include only your research question/hypothesis.5 points

The research question(s) or hypothesis(es) that identifies the study/project variables and/or the population are fairly well stated. Depending upon the type of study/project, there may be an independent variable and dependent variable. Include only your research question/hypothesis.4 points

The research question(s) or hypothesis(es) that identifies the study/project variables and the population are not adequately stated. Depending upon the type of study/project, there may be an independent variable and dependent variable, however does not properly identify the IV/DV variables. Include only your research question/hypothesis.3 points

The research question(s) or hypothesis(es) that identifies the study/project variables and the population are incorrect or not stated. Does not identify independent variable and dependent variable. Omits the research question/hypothesis.2 points

5

Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Model

Thoroughly describes the model that will guide your project and your rationale for choosing it. Briefly presents the model and its steps. Includes a diagram of the model.5 points

Does a good job describing the model that will guide your project and your rationale for choosing it. Briefly presents the model and its steps. Includes a diagram of the model.4 points

Does a fair job describing the model that will guide your project and your rationale for choosing it. Briefly presents the model, but omits its steps. Includes a diagram of the model.3 points

Does a poor job describing the model that will guide your project and your rationale for choosing it. Does not present the model and its steps. Does not include a diagram of the model.2 points

5

Philosophical Assumptions

The philosophical assumptions relate to the theory/theoretical framework that is used for the study/project. The assumptions are thoroughly addressed.5 points

The philosophical assumptions somewhat relate to the theory/theoretical framework that is used for the study/project. The assumptions are fairly well addressed.4 points

It is not clear whether or not the philosophical assumptions relate to the theory/theoretical framework that is used for the study/project. The assumptions are not adequately addressed.3 points

The philosophical assumptions are not stated or do not relate to the theory/theoretical framework that is used for the study/project. The assumptions are not adequately addressed or omitted.2 points

5

APA—Grammar

Grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization are correct. No APA errors.5 points

Grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization are generally correct, with a couple of errors (1–2). Some APA errors.4 points

A few errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization (3–4). Several APA errors.3 points

Numerous errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization (5 or more). Numerous APA errors.2 points

5

Total points

100

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