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Through multi-disciplinary projects with other doctoral students from various health disciplines, you can develop the skills to lead or collaborate with cross-functional healthcare teams and promote positive change. Choose from five focus areas of study to gain the advanced expertise required for a career in nursing research and scholarship that meets your interests.
This program is designed to help advance your career and support continuous improvements in nursing science, education, and practice. Whether you want to advance scientific knowledge in the field, educate the next generation of nursing professionals, or influence policy and practice in our increasingly complex healthcare environment, Walden’s PhD in Nursing program can prepare you to make a difference in patients’ lives, in communities, and across the globe.
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Walden offers two doctoral degree programs designed to meet your career goals.
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Receive a $5,000 grant if you reside in the US and start this program on July 11, 2016 or August 29, 2016. Contact one of our enrollment advisors to learn more.
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