DNP graduates will be skilled implementers and implementation scholars. They will graduate with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to develop and lead quality improvement initiatives that transform population health and health care.
The AdvISE Project will expand statewide capacity in implementation science (IS) and quality. Improvement (QI)
IS and QI expertise is needed to increase evidence-based practices that improve the quality and safety of healthcare and reduce moral distress and burnout among nurses.
This one-day summit brought together national experts to discuss how to expand implementation science and quality improvement capacity among doctoral faculty and students
Summary Video: https://www.youtube.com/watchv=yUc4UiNq9A8&feature=emb_logo
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The Advancing Implementation Science Education (AdvISE) Project grant was funded by the Maryland Health Services Cost Commission and the Maryland Higher Education Commission for the Nurse Support Program II (NSP II 19-125), University of Maryland School of Nursing,
Baltimore, Maryland. It is a 3-year grant proposal with annual review and contingency funding.
Grant Started 7/1/18 and projected end date is 6/30/21.