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Doctoral Degrees

A doctoral degree is a terminal degree. It can be a DNP, PhD or EdD or another discipline. Doctorate curricula build on traditional master's programs by providing education in evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and systems leadership, among other key areas. Has your scope of practice changed? This is the place to discuss programs, schools and the effect a doctoral degree has on your nursing practice.

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  1. pursuing a DNP

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  2. DNP

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  3. DNP??......

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  4. Msn Vs Dnp

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  5. Dnp?

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  6. BSN to DNP?

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