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  1. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a specialized degree aimed at equipping nurses with advanced skills and knowledge, qualifying them to become leaders in the healthcare industry. Table of Contents What Is a DNP? Pr...
  2. Baylor DNP program? Help!

    Hi all, I was curious if anyone has had any experience with Baylor University's FNP DNP program? I've been so impressed with everything so far in the application status, but I'm nervous because I don't know anyone who has conpleted the program. It ma...
  3. Georgia blocks nonphysicians from using specialty titles
  4. A Doctor of Nursing Practice's (DNP's) role in healthcare throughout the United States is significant and in demand, as evidenced by the increase in DNP programs over the past 15 years and the projected job growth of more than 40% over the next 10. ...
  5. Nurses wanting to explore career advancements will face many choices when researching degrees and programs they can pursue. Among the options are a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Nursing. Table of Conte...
  6. Table of Contents MSN Explained DNP Explained Which Degree Is Best? FAQ Are you a registered nurse (RN) who has considered advancing your career with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or even a Doctor of...
  7. UF BSN-DNP Fall 2023

    I wanted to start this forum for all applying for the UF BSN-DNP for Fall 2023. I know applications just opened up last month but wanted to start early! I personally applied for the Fall 2021 cycle, sadly did not make it. The email I received stated ...
  8. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree prepares nurses to become healthcare leaders, offering graduate education within a specific advanced practice specialty. There's an abundance of DNP programs available to prospective students, each wit...
  9. Nurses wanting to explore career advancements will face many choices when researching degrees and programs they can pursue. Among the options are a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Nursing. These degrees off...
  10. Are you a registered nurse (RN) who has considered advancing your career with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or even a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)? Determining which degree would be the best choice can be confusing. We have done the r...
  11. A Doctor of Nursing Practice's (DNP's) role in healthcare throughout the United States is significant and in demand, as evidenced by the increase in DNP programs over the past 15 years and the projected job growth of more than 40% over the next 10. ...
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree prepares nurses to become healthcare leaders, offering graduate education within a specific advanced practice specialty. There's an abundance of DNP programs available to prospective students, each wit...
  13. When I graduated from nursing school, I was so relieved. I had been in school year-round since I graduated high school. I was burned out, my anxiety was at an all-time high, and I had this weird ball of pain between my shoulder blades that randomly a...
  14. Table of Contents What Is a DNP? Prerequisites and Requirements DNP Pathways, Curriculum, and Roles Best DNP Programs in 2023 DNP Salary FAQ The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree equ...
  15. Looked for another thread but couldn't find one, anyone applying to University of Washington's (UW) DNP program starting Autumn 2021? What track is everyone applying to? Does anyone know if any one thing is worth more weight in admissions...
  16. CRNA School Prep Academy

    DNP or DNAP: What are the Differences?

    A number of years ago, the Council on Accreditation (COA) for Nurse Anesthesia programs started considering the transition of terminal degrees for CRNAs to a doctoral degree instead of a master's degree. A terminal degree means the highest degree you...
  17. DNP vs MSN

    Does anyone know what benefits a DNP offers over an MSN degree? I'm looking into being an NP in Women's Health and curious about which degree would be the best for me.
  18. NurseWriter_AJP

    DNP or PhD: Which One is for Me?

    In 2018, 18% of nurses in the United States held a graduate degree and about 1% of nurses had a doctoral degree. Many of the classes taught in nursing school focus on nurses effectively managing problems that may require patients to be hospitalized; ...
  19. I've been waiting to see if anyone posted a topic for the UW DNP 2020 application cycle. Anyone here apply this year? Nervous to see how the online interview is structured.
  20. Hey everybody! I’m an AGNP & ACNP (have been practicing as an APRN for 5 or 6 yrs now), and I am thinking of going back for a terminal degree. It’s more of a life goal than anything related to wanting to teach or research. I am between a PhD at U...
  21. A nursing faculty writes: "My college is pressuring all faculty with a Master's degree to pursue a Ph.D. or DNP. I don't feel this is something I want to do. Can I continue to teach without it? It wasn't long ago thoughts of Doctor Nurse were ...
  22. The Doctor of Nursing Practice or DNP degree has been one of the biggest buzzwords in Advanced Practice Nursing. The mere mention of it creates a stir of emotions and strong opposing opinions perhaps of the same magnitude as the liberal versus conser...
  23. Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) First, we will start with the Master of Science in Nursing degree. Students who want to start their graduate studies in an MSN role will choose to specialize in a field of nursing or another educational type of ...
  24. C'est La Vie

    UMSON DNP FALL 2020

    Hi Everyone, I am creating this thread for all the UMSON DNP hopefuls of all programs applying for Fall of 2020. Hopefully we can post here to provide each other information and updates. I am applying for the DNP FNP program at the Baltimore campus...
  25. I want to make sure that what I am saying is correct. I know that becoming a CRNA requires either a DNAP degree or a DNP with specialization with Anesthesiology degree. The DNAP degree is sometimes not seen as a terminal degree or not the best i...

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