Improving quality of life for nursing home patients
McMullan selected for year-long NLN leadership program
Jordan, Wadell co-presenters at the 39th National Conference on Pediatric Health Care
Noles Named Outstanding Woman
PhD student Wells honored by Heart Failure Nurses
PhD student receives oncology scholarship
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DNP Program Outcomes

  • Synthesize scientific evidence for the development of clinical interventions for practice.
  • Evaluate policy, healthcare delivery, and organizational systems for current and future health care needs.
  • Translate scientific, theoretical, and ethical principles into healthcare for individuals, families, and populations.
  • Incorporate knowledge of current and emerging health technologies to improve healthcare delivery and organizational systems.
  • Advocate for social justice, equity, and ethical policies in healthcare.
  • Demonstrate intra- and inter-professional collaboration to address health disparities and to improve the quality of healthcare across diverse populations and cultures.
  • Assume complex leadership roles to advance clinical practice and healthcare delivery at the organizational and systems level and to improve health outcomes of individuals and populations.