University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing, DNP Doctoral Papers0
The UAB School of Nursing is ranked 21st in overall graduate programs, among the top 5 percent of nursing schools nationwide, by U.S. News and World Report. The UAB School of Nursing is home to a leading research center with funded studies in oncology, pediatrics, minority health, international nursing, HIV/AIDS care, occupational health, and aging and palliative care. The DNP program builds upon the 19 advanced specialty tracks currently offered at UAB for nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, and nurse administrators. The DNP is a practice-focused terminal degree to prepare graduates to practice at the highest level in specialty practice or to assume leadership positions in health care. Graduates of the DNP program will focus on providing care to populations and communities with an emphasis on improving quality and access to under-served, diverse populations. The three components of the DNP are advanced clinical specialty practice, leadership, and practice inquiry.
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