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Report satisfaction with the preparation for assuming advanced professional practice roles.
Implement strategies designed to improve quality and reduce risk within health care environments.
Evaluate, translate and disseminate current nursing research designed to improve outcomes and increase nursing's body of knowledge.
Apply effective communication strategies designed to influence health-related outcomes.
Demonstrate leadership in effecting change in educational and healthcare systems through collaboration and advocacy at the local, state, national and global levels.
Advocate for an ethical practice based on knowledge of professional standards, scope of practice, and distributive justice.
Congratulations to Curry College Nursing Professor Dr. Cathleen Santos, as she began her one-year term as President of the American Nurses Association - Massachusetts (ANA-MA) in April of 2016. As a constituent member of the American Nurses Association, ANA-MA is recognized as the voice of registered nursing in Massachusetts through advocacy, education, leadership and practice. Dr. Santos is the first Curry College faculty member to receive this honor.
Judy Dynan '11 discusses the advantages of the MSN Program cohort model.
Barbara Healey '11 discusses her experience in the Curry Master of Science in Nursing Program