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U.S News & World Report has ranked the nurse practitioner (NP) role first on its 2022 Best Health Care Jobs list and second on its 2022 100 Best Jobs list.

“U.S. News & World Report ranking of NPs as the nation’s top health care job demonstrates the strength of the profession in serving patients and communities and meeting the skyrocketing demand for high-quality health care across the country,” said April N. Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN, president of AANP.

Mentoring and Interprofessional Collaboration

The challenges of interprofessional collaboration and mentoring of new employees at all levels.

National Study of Nursing Faculty and Administrators’ Perceptions of Professional Identity in Nursing

Here's another important article shared by the AACN in their NEWS WATCH newsletter published 12/8/2021. See the full-text article HERE.

Variations in nursing baccalaureate education and 30-day inpatient surgical mortality

This article was shared by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing in their NEWSWATCH newsletter published 12/8/2021. See the full text article HERE.

Strategies to move entry-level NP education to the DNP degree by 2025

This article is important for all DNP prepared graduates and faculty. We are proud to see the list of authors as they have been a big part of the world of the DNP and

A Billion-Dollar Donation

The attached article highlights the contributions of peer-reviewers. The numbers are surprising. Thanks to Dr. Roger Watson from the University of Hull in the UK for

Reflections on mentoring and interprofessional collaboration.

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners (PMHNPs) tackle the daily mental and emotional burdens of their patients. The weight of these burdens can take a physical

Articles on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

To anyone and everyone that has an interest in learning more about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) please see this list provided by INANE (International Academy

Mentoring and Interprofessional Collaboration

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MSN vs DNP

Brief discussion comparing experiences between MSN and DNP prepared nurses.