There is no real healthcare reform with nurse practitioners with limited prescriptive privileges.Study design: Briefly describe the study design indicated by the question (experimental, quasi-experimental, descriptive).
Setting/sample: Briefly describe the setting for the study, who your study participants will be, and how these participants will be chosen. Will random sampling or a sample of convenience be used? Confidentiality: How will you protect the confidentiality of your participants? Procedures/intervention: Discuss the intervention you will implement and the procedures you will use in enough detail that others could replicate the study. Instruments/scales and measurement of outcomes: Describe the instruments you will use to measure changes and whether they are quantitative, qualitative, or of a mixed design. If they have been tested previously, include reliability and validity data. Data collection: Explain plans for data collection including: Methods of collection, i.e., interviews, paper and pencil testing, etc. Testing frequency. Will you gather baseline data prior to the intervention? Will you employ repeated measures such as pre- and post-tests? p(2)