In this course, you will first submit for topic approval. The topic approval process is designed to ensure that all doctoral projects are aligned with the learner’s program, supported by evidence, and are feasible (meaning there is reasonable likelihood that the project can be accomplished within the timeframe of the degree). This review intentionally seeks the perspective of other qualified academic leaders who are trained to evaluate the appropriateness of the project topic.
For this assessment, complete the Topic Approval Form [DOCX.
For the community mental health center providers (P), how does the required per visit implementation of the Alcohol Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) tools (I) compared to current practice (C) affect the Referral rate to Medication-Assisted-Treatment (MAT) program (O) over 12 weeks (T)?
Follow the instructions within the form and make use of the embedded links if you need additional information to complete any of the sections. Important: You must first submit the Topic Approval Form to your faculty within the classroom before submitting it as an assessment. This allows the faculty to provide feedback on the appropriateness of the topic prior for school level review. As topic development is an iterative process, there may be several drafts before it is ready to submit to Assessment 1. Your faculty will indicate where to submit these drafts, which may be in the course message system or a private group discussion thread. Drafts should not be emailed outside of the classroom. Overall, you will be assessed on whether you have met expectations in the following five areas:
Topic: The topic area fits within the scope of the program.
Problem: The problem has an identified theoretical orientation.
Supporting Evidence: The topic and problem are supported by the recent literature and relevant evidence.
Alignment and Feasibility: Questions align to the topic and problem and the project appears feasible, given current supporting materials reviewed.
Writing: Writing uses proper paragraph development, transitions, academic tone with proper grammar usage, and mechanics.
Note: If you do not meet expectations in all five areas, you will not pass the assessment. If this happens, review the feedback you received from faculty and make revisions to your form. Then, resubmit for regrading.
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