The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a new and innovative postgraduate degree.Where the DNP differs from the traditional PhD, or even the traditional taught doctorate is in its focus on practice. It is not simply concerned with knowledge, but also with action. The aim is to equip the future leaders of nursing with the knowledge and skills they need to make a dynamicand effective contribution to health care, whether that be as advanced clinicians, managers or educationalists. Evidence of all professional and academic qualifications must be presented at the time of application.
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This distance learning course is part of our Doctorate in Nursing/Midwifery programme, but may also be taken alone. It will be of particular interest to those who are about to begin writing a systematic review protocol. The course addresses each step in the review process and is structured in stages to enable you to submit work and receive detailed feedback. It will assist you to write a systematic review protocol that includes a search strategy, eligibility and data extraction form. The course runs over a 6-month period, costs £630 and begins in January 2012. For further details click here.