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    Module 1: Leadership and the Doctorate of Nursing practice Degree QUESTION no.4: Doctoral education research or practice Crossing the Quality Chasem: A New Health System for the 21st Century(IOM, 2001) emphasizes that the safety and quality of care problems exist largely due to system that lacked of adequate prepared staff and system that is not supportive, when they are in practice. In 2002 , The American Association of Colleges of Nursing developed a Practice Doctoral Task Force published

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    All goals have a history. Sometimes goals come forth in a moment of epiphany; other times, goals reveal themselves gradually and are like a quiet whisper leading the way. My goals fall into the whisper category. Ask young children what they want to become when they grow up and you will often receive a lofty, and sometimes unrealistic, answer. Responses include football player, movie star, super hero, astronaut, fairy princess, and everything in between. I distinctly recall telling people

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    I am applying to Department of Geology and Geophysics, Texas A&M University to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Geophysics starting in Fall 2014 semester. I am interested in Reservoir Geophysics, particularly in Rock Physics, AVO and inversion of seismic data. I am excited by the prospect of conducting research and developing my technical competencies in Geophysics, and I believe I would make an excellent doctoral candidate. My exposure in Reservoir Geophysics started since I took the “Seismic

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    changes to my academic plans, including adding a second major. During my sophomore year, I decided to pursue a degree in music, with an additional major in Communication Studies, and a pre-law career track. Ultimately, I settled on pursuing a Juris Doctorate because of the versatility of this degree. The law profession also appeals to my altruistic side; I have never been one to shy away from standing up for the principles I believe in – even when in the minority, or standing up for the underdog – if

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    Nursing education and degree requirements had undergone a long way since Florence Nightingale transformed the art of caring into a formal training program for nurses. Currently, there are three main directions towards achieving a graduate academic degree in nursing: The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), and a Doctor of Education (EdD). The Doctor of Philosophy represents the highest level of education in the nursing research and theory. It prepares scholars to become

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    Introduction The Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) represents the terminal practice degree for the field of nursing. Evolution of the DNP Degree The DNP embodies the convergence of the various practice doctorates in nursing and was adopted as the terminal practice degree in nursing by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in 2004 (Chism, 2016). Historically, nurses have been prepared at the doctoral level through a variety of degrees both outside of and within nursing. These

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    out and partying and having a good time. I have recently learned that it would be most valuable to me to get the doctorate degree in Nurse Anesthetist. The doctorate would help future me into the emersion of being a CRNA and it would allow me to be better secured job wise. I learned that in the near future during my lifetime they are going to try to require all CRA’s to get their Doctorate

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    undergraduate course to work on the Manhattan project in Los Alamos. John’s boss was Richard Feynman and he also worked with Von Neumann. He returned to Princeton, and graduated with a B.A. in 1947. He then worked for his doctorate under the supervision of Alonzo Church. Kemeny received his doctorate in 1949 for a dissertation entitled Type-Theory vs. Set-Theory. He was appointed as Albert Einstein’s mathematical assistant while he was still a doctoral student. John continued to study both mathematics and philosophy

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    Psychology is known as the study of the mind including human behaviors and processes that the mind goes through. However, psychology is a board major in which a student must specialist in order to further pursue a career that is designed for them. Forensic psychology is a narrow focus of the broader field of psychology, which requires a degree and a strong community to obtain a desired salary. With this field, a forensic psychologist works in a field of both law and criminal investigation. Therefore

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    protecting American democracy. I am now pursuing graduate study to deepen my understanding of how higher education might best serve democracy. No other program better matches my interests and experiences than the Higher Education Administration doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). I became familiar with Penn’s leadership in community engagement while working for the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) as a student at Portland State University (PSU). The CAE is responsible for facilitating

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