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You are designing an executable population-based change project
You are designing an executable population-based change project addressing identified
practice-related problems or questions. This strongly emphasizes collaboration between
advanced practice nurses and community agencies and includes working with an agency
using practice data to provide answers, which are responsive to the needs of clinicians,
administrators, and policy makers for improvement of programs or practices.This section of
the change project should include a discussion of key concepts.1. Clarify the issue under
study.2. Propose solutions or interventions based on the literature review.3. Compare other
views on the problem and solutions.4. Address the APRN role in the intervention and
discuss implications for clinical practice.5. Discuss the implications of your change
project.Some important things to consider and address:1. Does your intervention have a
clear connection to your research problem?2. What are the specific methods of data
collection you are going to use, such as surveys, interviews, questionnaires, or protocols?3.
How do you intend to analyze your results?4. Provide a justification for subject selection
and sampling procedure.5. Describe potential limitations. Are there any practical limitations
that could affect your data collection? How will you attempt to control the limitations?6.
How will your change project help fill gaps in understanding the research problem?