The University of Massachusetts Amherst offers the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree to prepare advanced practice nurses at the highest level. This professional nursing preparation will include advanced coursework in leadership, research translation, and clinical knowledge and skills. The DNP program is a distance accessible program offered through the Division of Continuing and Professional Education.

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Submissions from 2012

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Increasing The Rate Of Pertussis Immunity Using The Tdap Immunization In Primary Care Patients 19 To 64 Years Of Age, Dorothy J. Cook, DNP Dr.

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Increased Emergency Department Boarding Times, Marija Djokovic

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Heightening Mental Health Awareness on a Diverse, Urban Public University Campus Through a Media Outreach Campaign, Kathleen R. Golden McAndrew

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Increasing Self-care Ativities for Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias to Reduce Burden and Depression, nancy ellen langman

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Using an Evidence Based Practice Informatics Guided Medication Safety Intervention To Improve Medication Safety among Community Dwelling Older Adults, Raeann G. LeBlanc

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Using a DNP-Led Transitional Care Program to Prevent Rehospitalization in Elderly Patients with Heart Failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Moira L. Long, DNP, MSN, FNP

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Improving Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) Technique Outcomes for Pediatric Patients in Primary Care Through Comprehensive Delivery Method Education, Ryan e. Morin

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Summarized Guidelines Aid Providers in Caring for Patients with Otitis Media with Effusion, Neil Nordstrom DNP

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Enhancing the Efficacy and Cultural Sensitivity of Heart Failure Education For Spanish-speaking Hispanic Patients at Hospitalization and Through Phone Follow-up., Eduardo A. Rosadio DNP

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PTSD Secondary to Childhood Maltreatment: Educating Health Care Providers in Roles and Responsibilities Directed to Improved Patient Outcomes, Virginia Smith-Dunwoody

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The Use of Probiotics to Prevent Antibiotic Associated Diarrhea: Current Primary Care Practice and Introduction of an Evidence Based Practice Protocol, Elizabeth MB Visone DNP, APRN