NRSE 4510 (Professional Nursing Practice)NRSE 4520 (Health Assessment and Promotion)NRSE 4530 (Family Nursing)NRSE 4540 (Community Health Nursing)NRSE 4550 (Evidence-Based Nursing)NRSE 4560 (Gerontologic Nursing Care)NRSE 4570 (Diversity)NRSE 4580 (Leadership in Nursing)NRSE 4600 (Nursing Excellence)
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This program is designed for licensed RNs who are graduates of state-approved associate's degree or diploma schools of nursing. This program is also available online.
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Welcome to the research guide designed especially for students in the RN-to-BSN online program.  Information posted here will be aimed at answering the most frequent questions the library gets from students in your program, so you should check here first if you get stuck doing research for an assignment.  Of course, no guide can answer all your questions, so feel free to contact a reference librarian using one of the methods outlined in the box on the left.  For tough research questions, it may be best to contact our health sciences librarian, Debra Orr, directly; you can find her contact information in the box to the right.

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The  School of Nursing offers a learner-centered approach which encourages intellectual curiosity along with human caring. By providing strong mentorship and an ideal environment for traditional and non-traditional students, The School develops skilled professionals in a field that urgently needs them.


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