What is a PHD in nursing?

Answer The PhD in Nursing is a doctorate degree designed for people who wish to be researchers, professors and/or scholars in the nursing field. It is one of the terminal nursing degrees offered in the Un... Read More »

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What are the duties of a director of nursing in a nursing home?

Nursing homes require a director of nursing to supervise the nurses on staff, work with administrators and implement programming. The director of nursing is also involved in the long-term planning ... Read More »

How many nursing students are accepted yearly to the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing?

The Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas accepted 96 new students for the 2010-11 academic year, accepting 48 students to start in the fall semester and 48 to start in the s... Read More »

Who wrote this book"Nursing and Nursing Education: Public Policies and Private Actions"?

"Nursing and Nursing Education: Public Policies and Private Actions" was a study mandated by Congress in the 1970s. The 311-page report, which was published in the form of a book in 1983, was writt... Read More »

Is a bachelor's degree in nursing better than an associate in nursing?

A fact sheet from the American Association of College Nursing lists studies that indicate nurses with bachelor's degrees provide safer and thus better patient care than nurses with associate degree... Read More »