Doctor of Nursing Practice
The DNP graduate should be an expert in translating the best evidence from rigorous research into clinical practice for the ultimate purpose of improving the quality and cost of healthcare as well as patient outcomes. In addition the DNP graduate should be an expert at generating internal evidence through quality improvement, outcomes management and evidence-based practice projects in order to develop new knowledge and interventions for clinical practice within their own practice settings.
Dreher, H.M., & Glasgow, M., (2011). Role Development for Doctoral Advanced Nursing Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company
- For more information about the program or curriculum, see the UAMS College of Nursing Catalog.
- Admissions requirements and applications are available in the Future Students section of our website. We are not accepting full-time students currently.
Donna Gullette, DSN, RN, ACNP-BC, APN
Associate Dean for Practice
Phone: (501) 526-7801