- Reflect on the information presented during this course and the process you have engaged in to develop your theoretical foundation for research. How has your initial thinking evolved since you first identified your phenomenon of interest? What insights have been surprising or have significantly influenced your theoretical foundation for research?
- Next, think about the upcoming courses in your doctoral program of study. What would you most like to investigate or become more skilled at, and how could this benefit your program of research?
- Think about the potential implications of your work in this course for a role related to nursing research, practice, education, or leadership that you currently hold or would like to hold in the future.
By Day 3
Post an analysis of how the elements of your theoretical foundation for research have evolved since you first identified your phenomenon of interest. Also, explain what you would most like to explore or learn to benefit your program of research as you move forward in your program of study. Describe one or more potential implications of this work for your current or desired role in nursing research, practice, education, or leadership.