THEORECTICAL FRAMEWORK


Project Organization

The written project is organized by Chapters with sections and as follows:

Title Page

The title page is organized according to APA format. The title page must include the title of the project in capital letters, the project author’s name and credentials, and the following statement: “A project submitted to the faculty of D’Youville Division of Academic Affairs in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Nursing, Buffalo, New York, and the date the final project was approved.” This information is centered between the right and left margins.

Copyright Page

This page has the following statement: “Copyright © year by project author name. All rights reserved. No part of this project may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of the project author.”

Project Approval Page

This page lists the Project Chair and their respective discipline as well as the date the project was defended on.

Abstract

The abstract is presented before Chapter I. The APA Manual 7th edition recommends that the abstract should be no more than 250 words. It consists of a succinct summary of the entire project and highlights the details of the identified problem, the project purpose, the theoretical framework(s), and evaluative measures. The abstract heading is bolded and centered. Prior to the defense, the abstract is written in future tense because the project is not complete. After the defense, the abstract is written in past tense. The project abstract should be formatted as follows after the defense as it is written in past tense here:


Abstract (Educational Projects)

Nursing Resource Team (NRT) staff nurses rotate throughout various clinical units within health care facilities and organizations to meet nurse staffing needs and to alleviate the burden of nurses working understaffed. Because of the nature of their job, NRT staff nurses often encounter profound job challenges. The purpose of this project was to develop an interview schedule to assist NRT nurse managers in exploring factors viewed as important by NRT staff nurses regarding job satisfaction, efficiency, productivity, and retention. Kanter’s (1977, 1993) Structural Theory of Organizational Behavior and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (1987) were utilized as theoretical frameworks. Five content experts voluntarily participated in the review of the NRT interview schedule for content validity.


Abstract (Quality)

Introduction, Research Question, Problem Statement, Li

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AN EDUCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NURSES IN AN OUTPATIENT SETTING REGARDING THE IMPORTANCE OF A HEALTHY DIET FOR PATIENTS WITH OBESITY

By

Name….

A Project

Submitted to the Faculty of D’Youville

Division of Academic Affairs

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of

Master of Science in Nursing

Family Nurse Practitioner

Buffalo, NY

[Month Day, Year]

Copyright © 2023 by hhjjjjjjjj. All rights reserved. No part of this project may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of dtyyyyyyy , .

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PROJECT APPROVAL

Name:
__ ________

Signature: ___________________________________________

Discipline:
________________Nursing________________

Project Defended

On

[Month Day, Year]

Abstract

Obesity has become a significant concern in the healthcare system, and diet is the key contributing factor to obesity. Therefore, a healthy diet should be the primary requirement for reducing weight and improving overall health. The health life knowledge gap among patients and limited nursing education programs contribute to this condition. Nurses should collaborate closely with patients to provide healthcare education that will assist patients in improving their nutritional habits and identify the challenges they face in maintaining a healthy diet. An educational training program for nurses regarding obesity and diet will allow nurses to advance their knowledge of the risk factors of obesity, the health conditions associated with obesity, and how to manage obesity (Seger, 2019). Peplau’s Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory was utilized as the theoretical framework for this project. Five content experts reviewed the educational training program for content validity.



Table of Contents

Chapter

I. PROJECT INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………………… 8

Statement of Purpose ……………………………………………..

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AN EDUCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NURSES IN AN OUTPATIENT

SETTING REGARDING THE IMPORTANCE OF A HEALTHY DIET FOR PATIENTS

WITH OBESITY

By

Funmilola A Akerele
A Project

Submitted to the Faculty of D’Youville
Division of Academic Affairs

In partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of

Master of

Science in

Family Nurse Practitioner

Buffalo, NY

[Month Day, Year]

Sharon Mang
45010000000001725
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Sharon Mang
45010000000001725
Nursing
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Copyright © 2023 by Funmilola A, Akerele. All rights reserved. No part of this project
may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission
of Funmilola A, Akerele.

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PROJECT APPROVAL

Project Committee Chairperson

Name: __ ________Dr. Sharon Mang_____________________

Signature: ___________________________________________

Discipline: ________________Nursing________________

Project Defended

On

[Month Day, Year]

Sharon Mang
45010000000001725
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Abstract

Obesity has become a significant concern in the healthcare system, and diet is the key
contributing factor to obesity. Therefore, a healthy diet should be the primary requirement for
reducing weight and improving overall health. The health life knowledge gap among patients and
limited nursing education programs contribute to this condition. Nurses should collaborate
closely with patients to provide healthcare education that will assist patients in improving their
nutritional habits and identify the challenges they face in maintaining a healthy diet. An
educational training program for nurses regarding obesity and diet will allow nurses to advance
their knowledge of the risk factors of obesity, the health conditions associated with obesity, and
how to manage obesity (Seger, 2019). Peplau Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory was
utilized as the theoretical framework for this project. Five content experts reviewed the
educational training program for content validity.

Sharon Mang
45010000000001725
Peplau’s

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Table of Contents

Chapter

I. PROJECT INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………………… 8

Statement of Purpose ………………………………