DNP, Ph.D. may complement each other in nursing research

08/19/2009 | ADVANCE for Nurses

Nurses are debating whether the research element of the profession belongs to those with a doctorate of nursing practice or a doctor of philosophy. Some suggest the two advanced degrees complement each other in research: A Ph.D. prepares nurses for the rigorous research process while the DNP prepares nurse leaders to incorporate the research into clinical practice and use evidence-based care.

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