DNP Capstone 
Coaching, Editing, & Data Analysis Support



Click here to edit subtitle

         Coaching, Editing & Data Analysis Support  

On 2004, The American Association of Colleges of Nursing voted to move the current level of preparation necessary for advanced nursing practice from the master's degree to the doctorate level.  In the past decade, over 400 Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs have been established with dozens more currently in the planning stages.  The DNP  has without question become among the fastest growing doctorate level qualifications in the healthcare industry.  However, the quality improvement project (capstone) is commonly more difficult to complete than most DNP candidates anticipate.  

The DNP capstone project is the equivalent to a dissertation but is generally described as an evidence-based independent practice or translational research project.  Ketefian and Redman (2015) found that most DNP programs in the United States offer only one research course and/or one statistics course which is not adequate to conduct a scholarly project that meets the quality expected at the doctoral level (Ketefian & Redman, 2015).  

Since 2010 we have worked with hundreds of DNP students as they navigated through  the Capstone project process.  We provide support to assure that your Capstone project is exemplary including:      

*  Academic Writing 

*  APA & AMA styles 

*  Data Analysis

*  Developmental & Substantive Editing

*  Editing for Non-Native English Speakers  

*  Identifying Conceptual & Theoretical Models

*  Graphs & Data Tables

*  Hypothesis Testing

*  Interpreting Findings
*  PICOT Statements 

*  Project Design

*  Research Methods
*  Research Statements   

*  Sample Size Estimates   

  1. *  Survey Instrument Design
  2. *  Translational Research 
  3. *  Validating New Research Tools (e.g. Agree II)                                                       

Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible
Oops. An error occurred.
Click here to try again.