Courses and Deliverables
NURS 701. Statistical Methods for Nursing Research
- Describe differences between point estimators, interval estimates and tests of hypotheses.
- Describe hypothesis testing and the role of the null hypothesis, alternative hypothesis, Type I error, Type II error and power.
- Explain the basic structure of a database, how to set up a database, and how to access data in a database.
- Demonstrate how to use statistical software, calculate descriptive statistics such as mean, standard error, frequencies, percentages, correlations, etc. and report them in tables.
- Create effective statistical graphics and tables to display results of analyses
- Conduct the following statistical tests: contingency table analysis, one- and two-sample t-tests, one- and two-factor analysis of variance (ANOVA), simple linear regression, multiple linear regression, and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA).
- Explain the concepts of interaction, adjusted means (and variances) and statistical models.
- Module 4 Assignment – Module 4 Assignment POWER
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NURS 610. Health Information and Emerging Health Care Technologies
- Explain health information technology terminology and concepts currently used and evolving in health care.
- Examine the impact of regulatory policies and health care data standards on data management, quality outcomes and fiscal resources.
- Identify cultural, ethical, and legal implications of health information technology in healthcare.
- Evaluate sources of consumer healthcare information for accuracy, timeliness, and appropriateness and their impact on patient safety.
- Analyze clinical information systems designed to promote safe, quality, and cost effective care.
- Develop a patient centered and quality outcomes evaluation plan using extracted data from clinical information systems
- PICOT-D Assignment-A Tech Assisted Focused Reentry Program PICOT D
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- Gap Analysis Presentation-Gap Analysis Presentation E
- Gap Analysis: Utilization of a Heart Failure Order Set-Paper