Consider This…| Volume 20, ISSUE 6, P291, December 2006

The DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice)—A Faculty Perspective

      KRIS'S VIEW OF the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) presented previously in Archives was important for faculty and curriculum committees to hear as they consider planning DNP programs. I have been involved in the development of the DNP at the University of Virginia and was also in attendance at the International Society of Psychiatric–Mental Health Nurses (ISPN) conference where “worries and concerns” were voiced. Here is the perspective of a doctor of philosophy (PhD) faculty member…
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