Disciplinary Research for Advanced Practice Nursing
Formerly: NURS 502A
Develop an understanding of research processes comprising critical analysis of existing knowledge, including Indigenous perspectives, creating relevant research questions, discerning appropriate methodologies, and critiquing research within interpretive approaches and statistical literacy. Critique, expansion, and limits of research are examined within a researcher pathway, philosophical framework, and the integral role of research in advanced practice nursing.
- Credit will be granted for only one of NURS 525, NURS 502A, NURS 507, NURS 508, NURA 512, NURA 513.
- Students who have equivalent undergraduate level statistics and research course successfully completed within the past five years may request permission of the school to register in the course.
Graduate course in the Nursing program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.