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If you're a post-BSN applicant interested in advanced nursing practice or a post-master's applicant who works in advanced nursing practice, the Duke University School of Nursing's (DUSON) Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program provides skills and tools that enable you to:
- Assess published evidence to inform your practice
- Improve systems of care to influence patient outcomes
- Make changes to enhance quality of care, when needed
Graduates of our DNP program are nurse leaders in interdisciplinary health care teams and work to improve systems of care, patient outcomes, quality and safety.
Our program is flexible enough to accommodate nurses working in advanced practice positions and students who have earned a bachelor's degree in nursing and now want to pursue a DNP while earning an advanced nursing practice specialty.
Why Choose Duke University School of Nursing
Duke's DNP program offers advantages such as:
- Comprehensive 3-day on-campus orientation
- Online courses with 4 executive on-campus sessions (2-3 days per session; October, February, June, October)
- Pursue your degree without leaving your job
- Faculty with broad experience in advanced clinical practice, leadership, and patient safety
- Capstone project can be conducted at your place of employment