3 Paths to a DNP

October 17, 2011

Category: Nursing News

 

Whether a nurse’s first degree came from a diploma, associate or baccalaureate program is irrelevant. Self-determination and a thirst for knowledge means more for academic success than a nurse’s entry point into the profession. Read how three local nurses overcame similar financial concerns, time constraints and other barriers as they pursued DNPs and achievements in their clinical and academic careers. Read More