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In the fall of their senior year, Human Rights Scholars undertake a capstone project that is informed by their extracurricular experience and developed in consultation with the Program Director. Students work on their project in a weekly seminar. Throughout the semester, they receive guidance from the Program Director, share progress reports, and provide one another with feedback. Students' capstone projects cover a range of topics, geographic areas of focus, and methods. Some students write academic papers, while others produce creative pieces. Many students apply what they have learned in the Human Rights Program to their surroundings by working with organizations or populations in the Greater New Haven Area.

You can learn some of the Capstone projects past Scholars have pursued below.

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Past Capstone Projects

Class of 2022.

The 2022 Capstone Symposium showcased the culminating projects graduating Human Rights Scholars pursued in their final year of the Program. Projects covered topics from advocacy for rent control in Santa Ana to the effectiveness of the U.N. CEDAW Individual Complaints Mechanism to the issue of German reparations for the genocide in 1904-08 against the Herero and Namaqua people in what is Namibia today. The Capstone Symposium offered graduating students the opportunity to share their work with their cohort and with friends and family members. It was the first in-person Capstone Symposium since 2019.

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Class of 2021

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Through their Capstone Projects, Human Rights Scholars from the 2021 cohort:

and beyond! Presentations about these projects and more are available to watch online .

Class of 2020

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Dani Schulman

For her capstone project, Dani recorded three interview-based podcasts that investigate existing farming and food models operating in the West Bank from a rights-based "food sovereignty" perspective. The United Nations and international human rights groups have been calling out violations in Palestine for decades, but no serious talks have occurred since Oslo broke down in the 1990s, or, perhaps, when Camp David broke down in 2000. When the existing UN human rights framework falls short, Dani’s capstone argued, outside actors have the power to demand more and try to fill the void. Her capstone highlighted food sovereignty, a re-framing tool from the international peasant’s movement La Via Campesina, as an alternative paradigm to food security and the current order of world food systems. As she explained in her podcast, food sovereignty marries existing human rights to food, to self-determination, to development, and to sovereignty over natural resources.  Using the largest fair trade olive oil exporter in the West Bank, Canaan Palestine, as a case study, the capstone investigated the challenges and possibilities that exist when considering agriculture in Palestine from a food sovereignty perspective. Listen to Dani’s Capstone here.

Marwan Safar-Jalani

Marwan’s capstone examined the role of state sectarianism in the Syrian Civil War on the future of the social and political fabric in Syria. After compiling reported information about sectarian acts of massacre, demographic displacement, and sexual violence, Marwan addressed the question of the legitimacy of the current regime ruling Syria in the aftermath of the conflict. By borrowing Arendt's concept of human plurality, Yassin Al-Haj Saleh's understanding of sectarianism, and Hobbes's position on legitimacy, Marwan argued that the regime's sectarianism during the war limits Syrians' ability to speak about, act upon, and reason through their political and social realities. By doing so, the regime offends Syrians' ability to establish a shared political and national consciousness through which they can give their government a basis for legitimacy. Since sectarianism is inherently unequal, and since equality is the basis for both the Arendtian human plurality and the Hobbesian just governance, Marwan argued that the state's sectarian crimes against humanity are crimes against Syrian human plurality.  Read Marwan’s full Capstone here.

Hana's capstone focused on the 2019 protests in Hong Kong and the city's ongoing fight for autonomy. Through a marriage of memoir, journalism and history, Hana explored how decades of mainland Chinese encroachment and protest shaped  Hongkonger's collective identity. Her capstone argued that more than democracy and human rights are at stake should Hong Kong be subsumed into the mainland, but a sense of self, an identity. Hana was born and raised in Hong Kong, so her capstone project was very personal: she drew on her own life experience, and the final project was shaped by the lens of someone who was abroad for the duration of 2019’s 'season of discontent.’ For Hana, the essay has become something to continually return to and expand upon as the situation back home worsens. The title of the essay is ‘The Revolution of Our Time’, which she borrowed from a popular translation of one of the leading slogans of the movement: “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our Time”(光復香港,時代革命). “光復” however, takes on a different meaning based off of one's choice of translation — ‘reclaim’, ‘recover’ … all signifying to a ‘return’ when Hong Kong still has the rule of law.

Hala El Solh

Hala’s capstone was rooted in her observation that oftentimes, when we learn about a place, a time, or an event, we refer to nonfiction sources. We read news articles and research books, but rarely do we read fiction as a lens into various world events, outside of the occasional English class. Hala chose a fictional short story to challenge this notion and recognize that fiction is often more compatible with human rights than we may think, especially in that we encounter different perspectives and empathize. Additionally, Hala has found, victims of conflict are often viewed as passive characters, defined by what they are subjected to as opposed to who they are and what they do. Informed by the class Introduction to Refugee Studies, Hala wanted to write a story where victims of the Syrian conflict were at the forefront, and in positions to speak out. For example, the main character is an op-ed journalist. Hala was particularly interested in the rise of citizen journalism, especially with the use of social media during the Arab Spring. This story is about the disappearance of a Syrian journalist, and the following search for him. Hala had many motivations for this project, including her own Syrian heritage and her research with The Carter Center’s Syrian Conflict Mapping Project.

Michael Borger

In his project, Michael sought to explore, contextualize, and comment on the deaths of journalists in Mexico, with the intent of elucidating the conditions and structures in which these journalists operated. The study centered on homicides that had transpired since December 2018, which marked the start of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s presidency. Michael pinpointed many of the common and historical threads that ran through that year’s killings, including the characteristics targeted journalists shared, the extent of their coverage, and their nexuses with illicit or even illegal activity. Michael commented on these murders in light of pervasive structures by integrating these journalists’ words and circumstances into the documentation of their cases. By incorporating an analysis of textual, auditory, and visual primary sources, Michael could better reconcile the writings and words of the deceased journalists with the alleged reasons for which they were targeted according to civic watchdogs, national media outlets, and government agencies. He could then connect the journalists’ coverage with broader implications regarding crime, corruption, and impunity in the country, particularly as they continue under the current presidency. His study articulated theories and frameworks that undergird the basic protections to which Mexican journalists are entitled; incorporated an examination of how different levels of investigation and prosecution have failed in their stated quests for justice; and addressed the calculus of the López Obrador administration’s policies as they concern members of the press and the violence they encounter. Ultimately, Michael’s capstone called for greater attention to a problem that, he said, did not begin under López Obrador, but that the administration should seek to resolve.

Lisa’s project focused on studying labor automation's impact on workers at a micro-level. Using Yale as a case study, Lisa sought to understand the university's labor automation decision-making process, the likelihood of automation-induced unemployment and the effects of automation on capital-labor relationships. She was inspired to choose this topic for her Capstone because she felt that existing automation literature either spoke in the abstract — examining labor automation's potential impact with potentially apocalyptic unemployment — or was focused on the macro-level, with little attention paid to understanding the changing relationships within a specific community. For her project, Lisa interviewed people from across Yale's operations and spoke with researchers at various NYC think tanks with similar focuses. Her research was also rooted in existing literature and an analysis of Yale union contracts. Ultimately, Lisa found that there were several factors that constrained labor automation at Yale -- wealth, reputation and union strength — which all fed into each other to create a feedback loop that made it harder and harder to automate jobs. However, she noted that this loop was precarious and that Yale's decision-making calculus could change with any shock to the system, such as the current pandemic. Lisa also found that automation asked workers to take on additional duties with no corresponding increase in pay.

Class of 2019

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Transformative Justice for Sexual Violence - Seeking Reconciliation between Two Movements

Maddy had the idea for her capstone project while she was interning at an organization that advocates for people in solitary confinement. At work, she was troubled to learn that some of her clients were perpetrators of sexual violence. But it was just as disquieting to see friends who usually supported criminal justice reform arguing on social media that perpetrators of sexual assault should be “locked up.” Maddy viewed her capstone project as a way to reconcile the tensions between the movements for criminal justice reform and increased accountability for those who commit sexual violence and her commitments to both causes. Through analyzing documents relevant to both movements, such as statements by Time’s Up and the Violence Against Women Act, Maddy’s project suggests that prisons, as sites of sexual violence and toxic masculinity, are not the right way to hold perpetrators of sexual violence accountable. She made her work publicly accessible on a website she created. In the video above, Maddy explains the challenges she encountered while completing the project. She reflected that when she first entered the Human Rights Program, she believed that “once you commit yourself to human rights, you know where you should go from there.” But, she said, this project taught her that “human rights are not always consistent. Sometimes you feel like you have to pick one right over another right—or the rights of certain communities over others—if you want to be part of the overall mission of a movement…Navigating those complications was a much more difficult and convoluted process than I had ever imagined before I attempted it.” 

Folasade (Sadé) Kammen

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Human Rights, Media, and the Kibera Experience

For her capstone project, Sadé is putting together an exhibit of 25 photographs she has taken over the last few years in Kibera, Kenya, the largest urban slum in Africa. Sadé first went to Kibera as part of her work with the Human Needs Project, which provides Kibera with basic services and programming. Sadé’s exhibit will also feature informational handouts on Kibera and recordings of different people reacting to the photographs – residents of Kibera, a Kenyan-based photographer, staff at the Human Needs Project. Sadé plans to use the exhibit as an opportunity to collect soccer balls, sanitary pads, school supplies, and other materials to benefit the communities she has worked with in Kibera. As she discusses in the video above, Sadé’s project was informed by discussions she had in the Human Rights Program about ethics surrounding the use of images and narratives in human rights advocacy. Sadé was initially uncomfortable with showing her own photos in the exhibit, but her advisors and classmates in the Human Rights Program encouraged her to display her own photographs and work through her ethical qualms about photographing sites of poverty. In this video, Sadé talks more about her work with Kibera and what she learned from the project.

Class of 2018

Julia char gilbert.

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Towards an Ethical Human Rights Photography—Community-Based Photography with Immigrant Women in Greater New Haven

While photography is a uniquely powerful medium for advocacy work, traditional human rights photography presents a variety of problems and limitations for activists. Julia Char Gilbert’s capstone project sought to rethink the terms and possibilities of visual human rights advocacy by designing and implementing a photography project with immigrant women in Greater New Haven. Project participants made photographs of their communities using disposable cameras, and met regularly to share and discuss their work and then exhibited their photos to the public. Read Julia's full  capstone project .

Wellington Mackey

Class of 2018 Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  R.I.S.E @ St. John's: Refugee Interactive Sessions in English

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For his capstone project, Wellington helped launch the Refugee Interactive Sessions in English (R.I.S.E.) Project at St. John’s Episcopal Church - an English tutoring program designed to promote community-building and to facilitate participative community integration strategies, as refugee clients increase their knowledge of the English language. R.I.S.E.'s model is informed by extensive research to suggest that it is essential for refugees to become proficient in the language of their host country, in order to create and sustain lasting relationships outside their immediate circles, find and sustain adequate employment, and maintain social and psychological well-being. R.I.S.E also serves as a platform for cultural self-expression: participants share recipes, engage in the performing and visual arts, and discuss their goals and aspirations. R.I.S.E. is a family-oriented program that emphasizes plurality, tolerance, and acceptance - the pillars of a healthy and diverse community. Read an  excerpt  of Wellington's project.

Major:  History Capstone Project:  Gun Buyback Program in New Haven

For his capstone project, Rohan considered the role of human rights in the gun violence crisis and organized a gun buyback program in New Haven. Rohan was motivated to pursue the project after reading about a gun buyback in Los Angeles during the summer of 2017, and decided to help organize one in New Haven. He worked alongside the New Haven Police Department, Yale New Haven Hospital, the Injury Free Coalition for Kids, and religious and community-based groups in the city. He also enrolled the support of the national nonprofit Gun by Gun for the program. During the semester, Rohan met with representatives from the aforementioned groups, as well as community organizers in the city, to help craft the event and target it to vulnerable communities. The buyback occurred on December 16, 2017 and netted 141 weapons—the most ever collected in New Haven. In addition to organizing the event, Rohan wrote an academic essay that looked at the role of human rights rhetoric in debates around gun violence in the U.S. and Australia. As a result of his work, Rohan concluded that while gun violence constitutes a human rights crisis, invoking human rights language is unlikely to bring about domestic reform. Instead, he argued that those in favor of gun control should use the lessons of human rights—from working respectfully with vulnerable communities to building citizen power—to make lasting change. Read an  excerpt  of Rohan's capstone project.

Alejandra Padin-Dujon

Class of 2018 Major:  Math & Philosophy and Modern Middle East Studies Capstone Project:  Revolutionizing Human Rights -- Women and Democracy in Northern Syria

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Kyle Ranieri

Major:  Global Affairs & History Capstone Project:  The Diné Marriage Act—A Colonial Relic and Human Rights Violation

Kyle (Navajo) created a research and advocacy project that sought to work towards the repeal of the Diné Marriage Act on the Navajo Nation, which prohibits same-sex marriage. The research component compiled and articulated arguments against the Act from tradition, history, law, and politics. He also articulated a human rights argument which leveraged self-determination as its normative basis. Read Kyle's  full paper.  On the advocacy side, Kyle used his research to produce documents accessible to the Navajo public, including an  Op-Ed  for the Navajo Times. Going forward, Kyle will use his research to continue advocacy on the Navajo Nation and work towards the repeal of the Act or litigation against it. 

Alexis Williams 

Class of 2018 Major:  African American Studies Capstone Project:  Human Rights in the African American Imagination

Alexis’s capstone project explores the role human rights claim-making and institutions in African American’s struggles for racial justice in the United States, both in the immediate aftermath of the formation of the United Nations and continuing into the present day. The project is concerned with questions of motivation – when human rights language is evoked, is it a strategic decision or a result in a personal identification with the international human rights project? A key method for exploring that is deploying imagination, as conceived by African American historian and theorist Saidiya Hartman, which challenges traditional methods of responding to archival silences. As such, Alexis’s project uses the personal, the possible, as well as the known to grasp a firmer understanding of how African Americans understand themselves in relationship with human rights structures.  

Matthew Wrocklage

Class of 2018 Major:  Sociology Capstone Project:  Mending a Broken Mirror -- Collective Self-Understanding and the Strategic Meaning of Claims to 'Indigenousness' in West Papua and Beyond

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Class of 2017

Carmen baskauf.

Class of 2017 Major:  History Capstone Project:  Vulnerability to Trafficking in Protracted and Post-Crisis Situations – Considerations for Scenario Planning in the MENA Region

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Jade Harvey

Class of 2017 Major:  Ethnicity, Race & Migration Capstone Project:  Human Rights in the 2016 Election – An Op-Ed Series on Current Debates, Rhetoric, and the Years Ahead

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Elena Hodges

Class of 2017 Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Resource Access Mapping Project (RAMP)

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Robert LaRose

Class of 2017 Major:  Global Affairs Capstone Project:  Bridge International Academies – An Expanding Business and Expanding Controversy

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Ava Tomasula y Garcia

Class of 2017 Major:  American Studies Capstone Project:  Slow Burn – The Future as Seen from Wolf Lake // Humans, Persons, Water, and Volcanoes in Indiana’s Rust Belt

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IPO Model Conceptual Framework of Law Office Management Information System

This paper contains the process of developing the conceptual framework of the Law Office Management System. The researchers use the input, process and output (IPO) model for the study’s conceptual framework.

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Objectives of the Study

Conceptual framework/model.

The capstone project, entitled “Law Office Management Information System” is designed to streamline law firm office’s daily operations and transactions. The said project will automate recording, storing, and management of client’s records, attorney’s records, services records, payment records, and other activities in the firm. The records and other documents of the firm will be stored in a database and is accessible by authorized personnel for easy retrieval.

A law firm is an office maintained by lawyers for the practice of law. It is where people with legal affairs or matters go to consult lawyers. The law firm is offices that require management; lawyers manage piles of documents, appointments, client’s record, services records, and other activities in the law firm.

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An information system for managing a legal firm’s operations, the law office management information system (LOMIS) is a computer-based system. Client, time and billing, document management, and contact management are all elements that are commonly found in a LOMIS system.

Solo practitioners, small law firms, and large law firms all make use of legal information management systems (LOMIS). A number of LOMIS systems are readily available commercially, while others must be custom developed.

Client information, billing information, case files, email correspondence, and meeting minutes are all examples of the types of data that can be managed by LOMIS systems. Law office personnel can also access distant databases from their personal or work computers with the help of some LOMIS systems.

Conceptual Framework of Law Office Management Information System

The image above is the conceptual framework of the project entitled Law Office  Management System . It is based on IPO model or also known as the input, process and output model.

The input phase or the knowledge requirement stage consists of the following:

Analysis and Quick Design

During Analysis and Quick Design, the researchers did a personal interview with the respondents and the chosen client where the study was conducted. The respondents were given the chance to suggest how the system will be designed. After conducting the data gathering, the researchers made an initial design for the proposed system.

Data Analysis

The researchers will analyse all the data, user requirements and information. This phase also help the researchers to have an idea on how to create the system and have an idea on how the proposed system would be beneficial to the clients.

System Design

The researchers will start to develop the proposed system. It includes the design; how the system would look like based on user requirements, and the researchers/programmer would like to add personal design to make the system more interactive and user friendly.

Prototype Cycle

This stage will include the compiling, building, demonstration also refinement of the data gathered by the researchers. The researchers first build a prototype based on the planed design and data tables. After building the prototype it will be demonstrated to the client. The researchers show the function of the system, the flow on how it works, and the functions of the features that are included in the system. The last stage is refinement where in the researchers will refine the system by client’s additional needs. This will include changes in features flow and functions based on the requirements.

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Testing and Evaluation

This will include the feed backing of the proposed system after it will be implemented and had undergone testing by three Experts. It will also inform the researchers and the developer if there are any bugs, suggestion and if the system’s functionality will works well.

This will discuss the implementation of the propose system wherein Three (3) Experts will evaluate the propose system. This will also discuss if the recommended functions and suggestion are met.

The final product of the study is a database driven information system that will replace or aid the respondents in conducting the Law Office Management system. Implementation of the system is highly encouraged.

Benefits of the System:

This study is all about the development of the study’s conceptual framework. In this study, the researchers utilized the IPO model as a basis to develop the conceptual framework. The first stage is the input phase, this involves User Requirement, Programming Knowledge Requirements, Hardware Requirements and Review of Related Literature and Systems. In the process phase, the researchers will utilize the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) technique to develop the system. The SDLC technique is consists of Analysis and Quick Design, Data Analysis, System Design, Prototype Cycle and Testing and Evaluation. The final product of the study is a database driven information system that will replace or aid the respondents in conducting the management of law offices. Implementation of the system is highly encouraged.

IPO Model Conceptual Framework of Law Office Management Information System

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Is it time for your nursing capstone project ideas? If your answer is yes, it means you’ve reached an exciting time in your life. It’s time to finish your education as a nursing student and begin your career. These papers serve to demonstrate what you've learned at school and allow you to put that knowledge into practice. However, choosing the perfect topic for your task is not easy. This guide can help to look for inspiration as it presents 150 capstone project ideas in different categories. You can start by picking the area that attracts you the most. From there, browse the topics and find the perfect one for your paper! All of these capstone project topics are popular and common, and they have been the first choice of us many. You can easily find creative nursing projects ideas and start with your academic paper in no time and yes, get the grade you deserve.

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Nursing students will attend a suitable course or program for their future occupation. However, towards the end of their studies, they have to write a capstone project about the features of medical care in order to get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or MSN (Master of Science in Nursing). This is actually a paper that’s not much different from academic assignments at other universities and colleges.

So, what is a nursing capstone project, and how should you do it? You have the freedom to choose a topic, but make sure to consult with your tutor. That means your topic might come from informatics, women’s health, or any other area of interest. The idea is to answer a question or a problem and show a deep understanding of your capstone project idea.

Your capstone project topic will require carrying out independent research and presenting a detailed analysis of the issue. The paper can be anywhere between 25 and 100 pages, as long as it offers a comprehensive answer to the proposed topic.

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You may also need to choose nursing research topics 2022 while studying. It can be fun to choose from the nursing leadership project ideas and work on this capstone paper. However, some students don’t have enough time on their hands to complete the task. If that’s the case, you can always contact a premium writing service to help you finish the assignment. They can turn your nursing capstone project idea into reality and ensure you deliver a superb paper in the expected timeframe.

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Before you proceed, there are a few more things you need to know. All, including emergency nursing capstone project ideas, are essential and capstone project ideas nursing have a huge role on the overall process. They can be long, up to 100 pages, so you can deduce that a BSN nursing capstone will need a lot of time to be completed. With proper nursing project ideas, this can be a bit easier, but it is still a complex matter. A nursing capstone can be based on nurse leadership,  health care,  cervical cancer,  quality of life,  standardized fall risk assessment tool, and so much more. But, it will always assess what you have learned and how well you have adopted the facts. That's why capstone nursing is considered one of the health history most essential types of writing and one that can make a massive difference. There are countless nursing capstone ideas and capstone projects you will have to complete. Each one shares the overall essentials and importance. Try to make your nursing capstone projects based on your own experience and your own learning. We will give you a lot of examples, and some are based in rural areas, which makes this a bit more complicated. Just imagine having to write on psychological rehabilitation readiness assessment. It is not simple in nursing, and these projects will require days of preparation.

Last but not least, always have a lot of time to focus and develop your nursing capstone project ideas. The nursing informatics capstone project ideas are even more time-consuming, while the oncology nursing capstone project ideas are ethically hard to work on. Your nursing capstone project needs to be detailed, to the point, and includes all the facts your readers may need to know. There will be a lot of them. Hence, you do need a lot of preparation. A BSN capstone of this kind may need 2-3 weeks to be completed. Yes, you can complete some like mental health issues, gestational diabetes, nursing informatics, or domestic violence effects in less time, but this is not a wise idea. These topics have a lot of importance. Hence, they need practical work experience to be understood.

Nursing is a field of study that requires experience and skill to excel in. With the growing demand for nurses and advancements in research, this field has become more competitive. Many students struggle to complete their nursing capstone projects due to lack of experience, resources, and time. If you find yourself in this situation, you can always turn to a nursing research paper writing service for help. They will provide you with the highest quality project and support to ensure that you succeed in your academic endeavors.

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If you need general inspiration for your nursing capstone project, here are some suggestions. As you can see, these are all about nursing training, nurse leadership, and more generic nursing capstone ideas. Don't let this fool you. These are complicated and very essential ideas that are the most common, so you will probably have to work on one or two in your life. Some even claim that these are the most important nursing capstone projects.

Health Promotion Nursing Capstone Project Topics

Working on health promotion can be important for the community. You can talk about health insurance, nursing practice, improving nursing and more. Most teachers like these topics, and they believe these can make a difference in the local community. Here are some ideas to use for inspiration.

Nursing Capstone Project Ideas for Mental Health

People have prejudice about mental health, but it’s important to discuss the issues surrounding it. You may have to write about PTSD-affected veterans, different mental problems, and so much more. Here you may have to touch private and public hospitals, while the link is not that massive. Don't forget about attitude and knowledge that have a huge role in all of that and how practicing professional nursing can make a difference. Patient outcomes are important as well. Be careful when working on adolescents' mental health scales the best topics. These are the topics that may help you to come up with nursing project ideas:

Capstone Project Topics on Nursing Burnout

Burnout is a problem in many workplaces, but it can have serious consequences in hospital surroundings. These capstone projects are becoming more and more common, and they affect nursing education, leadership skills, and so much more. Many of the nursing leadership capstone project ideas are severe and complicated. If writing a project, consider these ideas:

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Women’s Health Capstone Project Ideas

Many topics are specific to women’s health, such as those related to pregnancy and menopause. Capstone ideas may touch on effective nursing leadership styles, nursing leadership, and even multifactorial fall risk assessment. Here are some ideas to use:

Pediatric Nursing Capstone Project Topics

Providing top-quality care to children is imperative for healthcare facilities. If writing a project on this topic, these are the ideas to use:

Patient Falls Nursing Capstone Project Ideas

Falls present a huge risk, especially for elderly patients. These are the topics you can choose in this category:

Emergency Nursing Capstone Project Ideas

Your project can focus on the emergency departments in healthcare facilities. These topics could be interesting:

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Medical Surgery Capstone Project Ideas

We can see all types of surgeries performed daily throughout the world. This category is vast, and these are only some suggestions to use:

Nursing Informatics Capstone Project Ideas

Technology improved the healthcare industry. These are the suggestions if you want to focus on informatics in your project:

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Capstone Project: Week 7, Roadblock and Resolution (Cloud Troubleshooting)

Capstone Project: Week 7, Roadblock and Resolution (Cloud Troubleshooting)

Hello and welcome to Week 7 of development for my Capstone Project: Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment Pipelines . This week, as you may have guessed, featured my first major issue, however, it also features a resolution!

This post will go into detail about my troubleshooting efforts, but to spare the reader from having to dive deep into the post to scrounge up information on my progress, I will detail the outcomes of this week first.

Updates & Changes to my Project:

This week was a great week and I have gained a lot from it. Here is a list of skills and knowledge I have gained from what I can think of just off the top of my head:

New Application - SKF Labs

SKFLab 1 - Directory Traversal

I have finally found a wonderful and much more simple application to use for my pipeline. This application is actually a collection of small intentionally vulnerable web applications that utilize Flask. These applications are based off of the OWASP Security Knowledge Framework to help users learn how to integrate security into your applications.

As you can see in SKFLab 1 , I am able to commit a Directory Traversal attack by modifying the file the code wants to access within Chrome dev tools and changing it to /etc/passwd. This is due to an intentional improper configuration of the code.

SKFLab 1 - Vulnerability

By removing the line above, I am no longer to be able to commit the directory traversal! This alone should help me display my fixing of the code.

SKFLab 1 - Fixed

The issue, as explained in the write-ups website that explains how to use these applications, states the following:

In the code example the "filename" parameter that is used to read content from files of the file system is under the users control. Instead of just reading the intended text files from the file system, a potential attacker could abuse this function to also read other sensitive information from the web server.

Combining Two of Them

While these are exactly what I need, I am worried that just one vulnerability might be too little, or it may not be detected at all by my scanners. As such, I decided to combine two of them into one, with the possibility to add more later.

The second application I chose was one that allowed for a Cross Site Scripting Attack (XSS) , which simply allows the user to run code even if they are not supposed to, for various purposes and in various ways. If you want to check out XSS, OWASP is your friend !

SKFLab 2 demonstrates me running the following code in the text box which should generally not work. In the text bos I ran the following JavaScript code: <script>alert(123)</script>

SKFLabs 2 - XSS

After some time of exploring Flask again, I was able to combine both of the vulnerabilities into one application. I also fixed up some things that made for a buggy application, like the application crashing if you send a GET request to a route that only allows for the POST method. I developed this on my Linux virtual machine which had pip and python already installed. I verified that both of them still work!

SKFLabs Combined - My Application

And finally, to make sure everything still ran, I built a docker image of the application and everything worked splendidly! I now have my application for my project.

Adapting New Application for Pipeline

So, now that I have my new application, the next thing I needed to do was set up the actual project and adapt the pipeline for it. Thankfully, my original pipeline works with any language so long as you want to build it into a container, so everything should have been fine.

After some issues with dealing with my pipeline not running due to the following error,

There was a resource authorization issue: "The pipeline is not valid. Job Deploy: Variable group Release could not be found. The variable group does not exist or has not been authorized for use. For authorization details, refer to https://aka.ms/yamlauthz

The pipeline went on its merry way. I won't go into detail about it, as it was just simple mistakes on my part. After fixing it, the pipeline worked, but there is an issue with hadolint, in which it detects an error and fails. Just for times sake I allowed the pipeline to continue on error , which allowed the pipeline to move on anyway. I see now though that hadolint won't produce to the console the output, but it will generate a text file. I can see I have the following errors for now:

However, the rest of the pipeline went on and was successful, yay! Well, it says it was. But when I went to check on my App Service Instance: Capstone Final, I was unfortunately greeted with this:

Application Error

And so began my 1:00pm to 5:00am troubleshooting which continued until about 7:00pm the next day.


The first thing I did to troubleshoot my application error was to look back at my pipeline logs to make sure nothing odd had happened, which reported nothing bad. I then went on to verify that the container image was actually in my container registry, which it was.

With that in mind, I decided to look at the logs. Azure App Service has two places to store logs, one called Log Stream under monitoring which you have to enable with filesystem logs, and one under Deployment Center to monitor deployments, but this is veiled by the DevOps Deployment if you have that enabled, like so:

Azure DevOps Deployments App Service

The Log Stream quickly pointed out my issue, it wasn't able to find the app.py file and as a result, the container was not responding to requests. HOWEVER, my brain completely disregarded the "can not open x" log and focused on the ports, as I had a potential idea of what went wrong then.

Azure DevOps Deployments App Service

The port 80, which is the port for HTTP, is the default used for internet access to websites. Looking at the docker run command in the above error log, I could see that Azure was attempting to talk to the container on port 80 , but for local development I had used port 5000 . After trying to run the same command with the same port locally, the container obviously did not work.

My initial impression was that this application inherited from the alpine linux image used in the Dockerfile, and I was worried I would not be able to edit it. However, after a bit of research, I found out that Flask utilizes port 5000 . I was able to change the code like so to make the port that Flask listens on port 80:

And just like that, it worked on my local development. While I was down here, I also decided to add in the line EXPOSE 80 5000 in my Dockerfile, which exposes ports for the application to be able to listen externally. I gleefully pushed my changes up to my repository, which ran through the building and deployment process, and I was once again greeted with the same error. No change .

With that not working, I decided maybe I should leave it as 5000 and configure Azure App Service to connect to it on Port 5000 instead of 80. I was able to do this by changing the Application Settings with the following command:

--resource-group <group-name> --name <app-name> --settings WEBSITES_PORT=5000

Which resulted in the change here:

Azure DevOps Deployments App Service

With that change added, Azure App Service will now start your container on the port you specify. I modified my files back to the defaults of port 5000 and pushed it up, but, as you might have guessed, it did not work.

Another change I did at this time was I changed the XSS.py file to app.py which you see in the logs. I read that the Python server Azure uses, gunicorn , looks for this filename by default, so I figured it would be worth a shot.

With none of these steps working even though they should, as nothing was setup differently from my JuiceShop Application, I decided to pull down the image directly from my Azure Container Registry to make sure that it works.

30 minutes later of being unable to pull it due to me using thylaw/azurecr.io/capstonetest3:93 instead of thylaw.azurecr.io/capstonetest3:93 and forgetting how to login, I was able to pull the image and build and run it successfully on my local computer:

Pull from Azure Container Registry Works Locally

At this point I already felt pretty stumped. Everything is working how it's supposed to, and clearly my pipeline built the container correctly. Running out of things to try, I decided to just push to the Container Registry manually with a built image from my local files to confirm there were no issues with Azure DevOps.

I then created another App Instance which directly pulled from the container registry and was not automatically deployed, as shown below.

App Instance w/ Manual Pull from ACR

This became pretty useful as it allowed me to quickly test changes without having to wait for the pipeline to finish. It also allowed access to the deployment center logs, which shows more about the pulling of the contaienr than the logstream logs.

Deployment Center Stream

Unfortunately, this did not work either, and the same errors were occurring. With no other idea of what to do at the time, I decided to contact my friend Aristher to see if maybe he could see something I was missing.

After walking through my project thus far and explaining some of the services of Azure I was using, we got to work. We came up with the idea to try and SSH into the App Service that was hosting the container to see what was going on in there because it was clearly not find the app.py even though it should be where the Dockerfile was.

Unfortunately, the SSH feature does not work my default, and you need to create an ssh daemon as per the documentation by Microsoft here . While we believe this would have worked, as the Dockerfile still built fine when converting the starting file to be the shell script instead of the app.py , we were unable to SSH into the Container Service because it needs to be running, which it won't, as it won't start.

Unable to SSH

We further tried the Microsoft resources from here which offered other methods of SSHing into the App Service, but we couldn't as it wasn't running.

We then decided to see if all of our files were going to the right place locally. So, I brought down the container from the Azure Container Registry and shelled into it with the command docker exec -it thylaw.azurecr.io/capstonefinal:100 bash .

We verified that the files were exactly where we wanted them to be, and the entrypoint was exactly where app.py and the Dockerfile were. There was no difference, and we were at a loss with no way to SSH in and the image being the exact same. I let Aristher leave when we couldn't come up with anything, and I decided to call it off for that night and try to create a simple Flask application that worked with Azure App Instance and compare my findings with my current project the next day... but I didn't end up calling it off at all.

I had earlier crafted a text document with all of the steps I had done thus far and sent it to my friend Tess, as well as an explanation of the problem. After some testing with my Dockerfile and parsing through logs from Azure DevOps, the log streams, and the docker history, she confirmed that my Dockerfile was correct, though sloppy, and should work.

I began to lose hope at this point, and tried some more desparate and improbable tests, like creating just an instance of my docker container directly from my registry (not Azure App Service), and putting PORT 5000 in my application settings on top of the WEBSITES_PORT 5000 like before. However, Tess said the most important line of the weekend:

I'd be curious to see how the Azure engine would handle docker.io/blabla1337/owasp-skf-lab:sqli

It was late, and I was tired, but I decided to create an Azure App Instance of the docker.io/blabla1337/ repository Tess linked to me. This container is hosted on Dockerhub , which Azure has integration to allow you to easily pull from it. It turns out this application is hosted by the creators of the application on there, which I did not know they had an official container repo.

I pulled the container and flipped the ports to be 5000 instead of 80, and to my absolute surprise, it worked !.

Pull from Official Repo Dockerhub

With that in mind, I pulled down the image from Dockerhub to my local machine and ran it as well as my local container and compared my findings.

Comparing The Two Containers

I did notice that there was one difference between them, and that it was the image from Azure did not set execute permissions on the Dockerfile, but there were execute permissions on my local one. I modified the pipeline to make sure that the Dockerfile was explicitly given at least execute permissions by modifying the permissions command like so:

RUN find . -name "*.sh" -o -name "*.py" -o -name "Dockerfile" | xargs chmod +x

I later found out that the Dockerfile only needs read permissions, but it was worth a shot. I also cleaned up my Dockerfile to pretty much match exactly what was in the Dockerfile from the official creators, which is the same as what I had started with only with a change in files. This application was just a different one from the one I was using, so don't mind the different names and extra file.

Despite the changes, it still did not work. After some more testing, I decided to just try out using Dockerhub with my application.

I pushed my container to Dockerhub with the tag thylaw/capstonefinal and then once again manually brought down my container with Azure App Service, only this time it was linked to Docker Hub and not Azure Container Registry. Low and behold, it worked.

Working Application Hosted on Azure App Service

My application works when it is hosted on Dockerhub , but not on Azure Container Registry. I can pull this container from Azure Container Registry and have it work, but it won't work when deployed to the Azure App Service like how my JuiceShop application was. I spent the next few hours trying to figure out the reason why, and I did a couple more tests like changing the appSettings in the pipeline and configuring new permissions with ACR - Identity and Roles with no luck, but I have given up for now, as I have a resolution.

I am, at least for now, converting to Dockerhub

I don't understand the wizardry behind what is happening here, and I don't think I need to keep wasting time on it. Dockerhub is perfectly usable, and I am able to implement it into my pipeline. I really want to know what the heck is going on, so I created a question on the Microsoft forums in hopes someone can tell me, but I've spent way too long on it.

With that in mind, I spent the rest of my day incorporating Dockerhub into my pipeline and making sure that it deploys successfully.

I changed my build and deploy stages in my pipeline to be like so:

With that, everything works successfully. You can see here my repository being continuously updated with each new push:

Docker Hub Pushes

And with a final test, let's demonstrate the pipeline working by changing the index.hmtl file.

Pipeline Running

And just like that, my application is updated (note the previous application image):

Successful Push and Deployment of Modifications

With that, I have successfully identified my issue and worked around it and I can continue on with my project!

Overall, a very successful week! Very happy with what I have so far and I am excited that I have my final application, though I am sure I will be making edits to it soon. This means I can completely focus on additions to my project, how exciting!

That's it for Week 7, thank you for reading, and see you next week!

I want to extend my gratitude towards my friend who helped me decide to do this as a project, Aristher Manalaysay , for working with me for a couple hours to try and diagnose what was going on with the project. While we didn't come up with a resolution at the time, we were able to cross off many possibilities as to what was going wrong. Thanks Aristher!

And of course I need to also thank my friend Tess Sluijter-Stek who offered a lot of advice and assured me that my Dockerfile is correct. She also offered up the idea of exploring the official containers hosted up on Dockerhub, which I may not have even thought of, and is what led me to come to my conclusion. Thanks again Tess!

My fallen test applications that I quickly built and destroyed:

Some of my App Service Instances Tests

CapstoneFinal (auto deployments) capstonetest2 (manual pull from acr) capstonetest3 (manual pull from acr) capstonetest4 (manual pull from dockerhub, capstonetestdevopsdeploydockerhub (built and pushed docker container from pipelines manual pull), testingsomestuff (original pull from creators dockerhub), multiple instances of each container testjuiceshop (deploy app service directly from acr)

Azure Container Registry Logo by Microsoft Corporation SKF Logo (Edited) by Security Knowledge Framework

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What Does Your Teacher Want?

The senior capstone intimidates a lot of high school students. Part of the reason you feel a little anxious is that you probably don’t know how or where to start. Another reason is you’ve never completed such a project. Don’t worry, though. It’s not nearly as difficult as you likely think. You have the aptitude for it. Besides, your teachers have prepared you for it.

So, where do I start? Understand what your teacher expects from you. Typically, a senior capstone has four critical components. These are paper, performance or product, portfolio, and presentation.

You are supposed to create a product or a performance. Service to the community could also count as a “product.” Once you’ve completed your project, you’ll likely do a presentation before a board of judges on a date determined by your school. Portfolio refers to how you document your capstone journey. That could be personal notes, journal entries, letters, photographs, time logs with your mentor, and your research paper. Now,……

Choose a Suitable Topic

Selecting a topic to study is the starting point of the  senior capstone project . What kind of topic will you pick? Go with a topic that interests you. It should be an area you’d enjoy exploring and learning more about. You may want to go for a problem about which you’ve always had some curiosity. It could also be an area about which you know a little. The idea’s to investigate the topic and increase your knowledge about it.

In a way, the senior high school capstone prepares you for college. You’ll encounter a senior capstone in college, too. Hopefully, the current project becomes an experience that impacts your life as a learner in a significant way.

Capstone Project Ideas High School: Here’s the List:

What other senior capstone project ideas high school do you have? Hopefully, our little list got you thinking and jotting down ideas fast as they popped into your mind. There’s no reason you shouldn’t present a project that gets you recognized.

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