NURS 603 – Homework help & Answers

NURS 603: Facilitating Inquiry is a graduate-level course that introduces students to the principles and practices of facilitating inquiry in health care settings.

The course covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • The nature of inquiry
  • Different types of inquiry
  • Facilitation skills
  • Creating and sustaining a culture of inquiry
  • Evaluating inquiry outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Knowledge: Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of facilitating inquiry in health care settings.
  • Skills: Students will develop the skills necessary to facilitate effective inquiry, including:
    • Planning and organizing inquiry activities
    • Creating a safe and supportive environment for inquiry
    • Using a variety of facilitation techniques
    • Managing conflict and disagreement
    • Evaluating inquiry outcomes

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  • Application: Students will apply their knowledge and skills to real-world health care scenarios through case studies, group projects, and presentations.
  • Critical Thinking: Students will critically analyze and evaluate the research on inquiry and facilitation, and apply their findings to their practice.
  • Communication: Students will effectively communicate their findings and recommendations to other healthcare professionals, patients, and the public.

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


NURS 603 requires the following prerequisites:

  • Current RN license
  • Enrollment in the MHS program

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