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With plans to develop new offerings at the mater's and doctorate level in concert with the national mandate for existing advanced practice nursing programs to convert to the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree by 2015, McPherson Hall is experiencing and will continue to experience serious issues of overcrowding.
The School has pioneered advanced practice nursing curricula and continues to define the role of nursing and nursing research through its PhD program which prepares nurse scientists, and its Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), the first clinical practice doctorate in the nation.
ETC is a specialty concentration curriculum that results in a post-masters certificate, or it can be completed concurrently with several of the nursing school's nurse practitioner programs and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.
Janice Hoffman, PhD, RN, assistant professor and assistant dean for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program; Shannon Idzik, DNP, CRNP, assistant professor and director, Doctor of Nursing Practice program; and co-recipients Louise S.
She was instrumental in the development of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program there, the first in Georgia.
Positive bills included expansion of telehealth services; expedited health care licenses for qualified military and veterans; expanded our nursing educator fund to include doctor of nursing practice degrees; and a bipartisan health insurance exchange bill.
Jacquelyn Fried, MS, RDH, director of interprofessional initiatives at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and the conference co-chair with Shannon Idzik, DNP, MS, CRNP, assistant professor and director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, University of Maryland School of Nursing.
When I graduated with my Master's of Science with Nursing Major, I thought my road to graduate education was complete The road took a turn when I saw that a new turn in the road, the turn that leads to a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), would affect my standing as an Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN).