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Doctor of Nursing Practice – Program Outcomes

Each DNP student is assigned an advisor (faculty mentor) at the time of enrollment in the DNP program.

Upon completion of the Doctor of Nursing (DNP) program graduates will be prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate person-centered care at the highest level of nursing practice.
  2. Translate evidence-based knowledge into practice to improve health and health care.
  3. Incorporate leadership principles, change management strategies, and interprofessional collaboration into practice-based quality improvement activities.
  4. Utilize technology and data analysis to drive practice-based decision-making.
  5. Integrate resource stewardship, policy, and advocacy to promote equitable care for diverse populations.