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GW Simulation Conference 2019: Partnerships, Practice and Policy

This simulation conference takes participants to the "next steps" in providing evidence, ideas, and policy implications on March 21-22, 2019. The conference focuses on clinical simulation implementation in Advanced Practice nursing education and Clinical practice settings to build clinical resiliency. Conference highlights include presentations of critical learning experiences and exemplars designed to enhance simulation programs.

Dr. Dale Lupu

Pathways Project will create care protocol for kidney patients

A study known as the Pathways Project may ultimately impact as many as 100,000 patients in the United States. GW Nursing’s Dr. Dale Lupu is co-principal investigator on a $2.4 million grant aimed at improving quality of care for end-of-life renal disease patients.

Dr. Victor Dzau

Advancing technology changes health care from prevention to delivery

Dr. Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, spoke Monday as part of GW Nursing’s ongoing health policy leadership lecture series. Currently, health and health care is the most prolific area for technology advancement, Dr. Dzau said during a wide-ranging discussion focused on the burgeoning innovation in health care.

The GW School of Nursing has more than 60 faculty members, more than 800 students, more than 570 online grad students, 2 locations for study online or VSTC and 5 levels of programs offered. Our online MSN is ranked 5 out of 154 programs nationwide. We have a 93% passage rate for the NCLEX. The GW School of Nursing has more than 60 faculty members, more than 800 students, more than 570 online grad students, 2 locations for study online or VSTC and 5 levels of programs offered. Our online MSN is ranked 5 out of 154 programs nationwide. We have a 93% passage rate for the NCLEX.

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Ezequiel Martinez

Ezequiel Martinez

Accelerated BSN, Cohort 5
Family Nurse Practitioner

The Accelerated BSN program at GW gave me confidence in my abilities I would need to succeed at the graduate level. I graduated in Spring 2014 and began the Family Nurse Practitioner master’s program in Spring 2015. I could not be happier with my decision to come to GW.


 

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