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Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Guide

Doctor of Nursing Practitioner (DNP) Guide

Doctor of Nursing Practice Guide

TWU College of Nursing: Nursing Research 2020        

Texas Woman’s University’s DNP program is for advanced practice nurses ready to function as expert clinicians integrating and evaluating evidence-based practices in acute and primary care settings.

With a curriculum based on enhanced clinical practice, health care informatics, and the application of scientific advances in nursing, the DNP program will prepare graduates to meet the demands of our nation’s complex health care system and aging population.

Doctor of Nursing Practice Guide Index

Literature Reviews

Research Databases

Evidence Based Practice Research

Quality Improvement

DNP eBooks

CRDA Research Assistance

Librarian's Role

RefWorks 3.0

APA Citation Style

You have three Health Sciences librarians to assist you, with one available at each campus.

Mr. John Humphrey, Manager, Dallas Campus Library 214.689.6586 

Ms. Elaine Cox, Senior Health Sciences Librarian, Denton Campus, 940.898.3708 Photo of Elaine Cox

and Ms Nadine Bonds-Bishop, Health Sciences Librarian,  Houston Campus Library 713.794.2086