MHST 603 – Homework help & Answers

MHST 603: Facilitating Inquiry is a graduate-level course in the Master of Health Studies (MHS) program at Athabasca University. The course examines the principles and practices of facilitating inquiry in health care settings. Students will explore the nature of inquiry, different types of inquiry, and the role of the facilitator in creating and sustaining a culture of inquiry. They will also develop the skills necessary to design, implement, and evaluate inquiry projects.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of MHST 603: Facilitating Inquiry, students will be able to:

  • Define and explain key concepts related to inquiry
  • Identify different types of inquiry and their appropriate applications in health care settings
  • Develop and implement effective facilitation strategies to support inquiry
  • Create and sustain a culture of inquiry in their workplaces
  • Evaluate the outcomes of inquiry and use the findings to improve practice

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Course Resources

  • Textbook: Facilitating Inquiry in Health Care: A Practical Guide (2nd Edition) by Barbara Kozubowski, Judith A. Wilkinson, and Sharon M. Estabrooks
  • Handouts
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Online resources
  • Guest speakers


MHST 603 requires the following prerequisites:

  • Current RN license
  • Enrollment in the MHS program

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