In 400 words or more describe your capstone proposal including a statement of the problem identified in nursing culture or practice
In 400 words or more describe your capstone proposal including a statement of the problem identified in nursing culture or practice, purpose of the project to address the problem, design of the project, and how the project will be evaluated and improved by peer or participant review. In your replies, comment on how you think your peer’s project will change the practice of nursing.
Submit a proposal based on the Capstone proposal template.
When you have chosen a topic and received approval from your capstone mentor, you can proceed to complete the capstone proposal template. The template is designed to guide you through specific steps that will become the blueprint to follow for the rest of your project.
Write the name of your project.
This should be a half page to a page detailed description of what exactly your project is.
Two to three paragraphs stating the need for, and justification of, selecting this project. Who will benefit and how will they benefit from this project (not including yourself)? What is the significance of the project, and how will it advance nursing science?
Two to three paragraphs on what you hope to gain from this project, both professionally and personally.
Succinctly describe the long-and short-term goals of your project. This may include a research question or hypothesis, depending upon the major objectives of the project.
Analysis of the Literature
Your proposal should also include a brief review of the existing research on your topic and a discussion comparing this research to your project focus. How will your proposed research meet the gaps in existing nursing knowledge? The proposal should address how you plan to review the existing literature, what sources you plan to use.
This is the major section of your proposal, and includes a step-by-step description of how you intend to carry out your project. It includes a discussion of how you intend to meet your goals, including resources you will need, where you intend to find them, and an estimated timeline of how long each step will take.
Half a page to a page on how your project is to be evaluated. Is your healthcare organization/academic setting going to evaluate it? How? Community evaluation? What specifically will make your project a success, both to you and to others?