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Advanced nurses who are seeking opportunities to improve health within their communities may consider DNP nursing programs: Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees. DNP nurses have obtained the highest level of practice-oriented nursing education,...
Nursing Career Outlook: Nurse Scientists and Nurse Scholars
The rising cost of health care has made preventive care more vital than in the past. Nurse leaders increasingly play a crutial role in prevention, which helps patients maintain their health rather than treating diseases and illnesses as they arise.
By 2030, one in five Americans will be over the age of 65. As the Baby Boomer generation ages, providing adequate care for America’s second-largest population group will continue to be one of health care’s greatest challenges. Current medical...
The Catholic University of America’s School of Nursing has partnered with the Writing Lab program in an effort to help online nursing students reach their full academic potential, by offering a service designed to meet the needs of today’s online...
Population health management requires a nursing background encompassing solid communication, decision-making ability and project management skills. And that’s just for starters. Becoming qualified to work for high-risk and underserved people in...
Nurse practitioners are an essential part of the dynamic field of health care, but the existence of this well-respected position is relatively new in the history of medicine. First finding its footing in 1965 as an educational option for health care...
Doctor of Nursing Practice teaches students to design strategies for better patient care Washington, DC –  To help meet the demand for advanced practice nurses with the ability to take a leading role in applying research findings to health care, The...
Clinically-focused program prepares nurses for the front lines of research Washington, D.C. –  To help meet the need for researchers to push nursing science forward, as well as for faculty who can train future generations of nurses, The Catholic...
Established and respected nursing program now available to RNs across the U.S. Washington, D.C. – Seventy-seven years ago, The Catholic University of America’s School of Nursing was one of the first institutions of its kind to offer nursing...