DNP teaches nurses to translate data into patient care

03/24/2009 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

Nurses who enter doctor of nursing practice, or DNP, programs can expect to learn how to take big ideas and translate them into patient care at the bedside. Northeastern University nursing professor Lynn Babington says a DNP gives nurses "extra leadership skills" to take scientific data and move it quickly into clinical practice.

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