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Be a part of disseminating doctoral practice projects that improve outcomes. The mission of Doctors of Nursing Practice, Inc. (DNP Inc.) is to improve health care outcomes by promoting and enhancing the doctoral prepared nursing professional.
All nursing doctoral degree prepared colleagues and programs are welcomed to participate. Any colleague or organization that is dedicated to demonstrating improved health care outcomes through doctorate in nursing preparation are encouraged to contribute.
Doctoral Degree Programs Dissemination Team Members
All university, college and schools of nursing programs that graduate doctoral students prepared to improve practice may be a part of the Dissemination Team. These may include more than Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs as Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Doctor of Nursing Science (DNS) programs may have graduates that demonstrate not only research of discovery but may also improve outcomes as a result of the doctoral work. The goal of the Dissemination Team is to support the demonstration of improved health care outcomes by students and graduates of these DNP, PhD and/or DNS programs or their equivalent.
A listing of all current DNP programs is available on the DNP Inc. web site. Currently content can be modified to reflect the depth and scope of each program. Each university, college or school of nursing with a doctoral program is invited to join the dissemination team.
The benefits of being a part of the dissemination team to the college:
Cost: Each doctoral program will invest $150 annually to be included in the Dissemination Team. A special designation is displayed on the listing of each program.
Repository of Doctoral Practice Projects
Students and graduates have an opportunity to have their projects displayed to include an abstract, the entire project and a multimedia presentation of their work. The project is posted after a blind-review vetting process resulting in a unique webpage dedicated to displaying each project. This affords flexibility and potential for further sharing of these doctoral projects reflecting the best work of doctoral prepared nurses.
Benefits: The value to the posting of a doctoral practice project:
The value to the university, college or school of nursing doctoral program:
The value of this repository to the consumer:
Cost: Colleagues that submit a doctoral practice project will be required to invest a nominal fee of either $20 or $30. If their alma mater is a part of the dissemination team, the fee is $20 per project listed. If the educational program is not a part of the dissemination team, the cost to the submitting doctoral prepared professional is $30.