Doktorgrad i sykepleie

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Programbeskrivelse

Duke's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) -programmet tar deg til neste nivå. Hvis du er en post-BSN interessert i avansert sykepleiepraksis eller har en mastergrad i avansert sykepleiepraksis, kan Duke University School of Nursing 's Doctor of Nursing Practice-programmet være riktig for deg. Å tjene din DNP-grad gir ferdigheter og verktøy som gjør at du kan:

  • Vurder publiserte bevis for å informere om din praksis
  • Forbedre pleiesystemer for å påvirke pasientens resultater
  • Gjør endringer for å forbedre kvaliteten på pleien, når det er nødvendig

Nyutdannede fra DNP-programmet er sykepleierledere i tverrfaglige helseteam og jobber for å forbedre pleiesystemer, pasientresultater, kvalitet og sikkerhet.

Programmet vårt er fleksibelt nok til å imøtekomme sykepleiere som arbeider i avanserte praksisstillinger og studenter som har oppnådd en bachelorgrad i sykepleie og nå ønsker å forfølge en DNP mens de tjener en avansert spesialitet innen sykepleiepraksis.

Sist oppdatert sep. 2020

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The Duke University School of Nursing or DUSON, as it's called by many, is an organization and community of scholars committed to providing the best educational environment for the development of nurs ... Les mer

The Duke University School of Nursing or DUSON, as it's called by many, is an organization and community of scholars committed to providing the best educational environment for the development of nursing leaders. Established in 1931, we are a center of excellence that is committed to the advancement of nursing science, the promotion of clinical scholarship and the education of clinical leaders, advanced practitioners and researchers. In addition to educating the nurses of tomorrow, critically important research that is changing the future of health care is also being carried out here. Many of our faculty conduct cutting edge research and test interventions to improve the health of those with chronic illness or test innovative models for clinical care. Many others are actively involved in practice in their specialty area, such as care for those with heart disease, diabetes and at-risk neonates. Minimér