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Are you a nurse who is ready to be even more of a change agent? As you may know, nurse practitioners are in demand and enjoy a wide range of career options thanks in part to the expansion of Scope of Practice laws, changes to health care reform, and the aging baby boom generation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that by 2026, the nurse practitioner field will grow by 31 percent. The Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nurses to become leaders in the healthcare field.
Completed 2019 DNP Projects
Latisha Hayes: "Educating Healthcare Providers On Obesity Management to Improve Outcomes in Primary Care."
Jeana Labrie: "Implementation of the Creating Opportunities for Personal Empowerment (COPE) Program in a College Population to Reduce Stress and Anxiety."
Lena Robinson: "Community Stroke Prevention: Increasing Awareness of Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) Risk Factors Among African Americans in a Community Setting."
Davina Soernssen: "Improving Primary Care Providers' Degree of Comfort in Clinical Decision Making when Caring for Patients with COPD."
Laura Tolver: "Evaluating Providers' Self-Efficacy and Readiness to Serve Those Who Serve."