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The DNP Advanced Practice Nurse Anesthesiology track prepares students to administer anesthesia and anesthesia-related services independently and as a team member through a curriculum that emphasizes evidence-based practice, leadership skills and systems-level thinking.Why DNP at Johns Hopkins?
DNP prepared nurses are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and respect to drive health care innovation and enhance the quality of care. Johns Hopkins prepares graduates to exercise advanced levels of clinical judgment and systems thinking.Why study nursing at Johns Hopkins?
At Hopkins, faculty have designed a curriculum that combines diagnostic and pharmacological background with hands-on experience in various healthcare settings. Expand your nursing expertise in adult or child health with the Johns Hopkins Clinical Nurse Specialist doctoral program.What is the AANA BSN to DNP program?
Students will become associate members of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA). This BSN to DNP or post-BSN to DNP program is designed for RNs with at least 1 year of full-time ICU or critical care experience. The program is also appropriate for RNs with an entry level MSN who have the required ICU or critical care experience.