Admissions • Penn Nursing

Penn Futures Boot Camp at Kensington Health Science Academy. Emily Beisser and Rachel Ohrenschall–nursing interns for the Penn Futures program at Kensington Health Science Academy, Community Champions, and students in N354- Social Determinants of Health: Community Engagement Immersion–and their faculty advisor, Dr. Kate McDonald, have been …

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Faculty • Faculty • Penn Nursing

National Award for Penn Nursing Professor. The National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) recently honored Adriana Perez, PhD, ANP-BC, FAAN, Assistant Professor in Penn Nursing ’s Department of Family and Community Health with its Research Recognition Award during its 2021 special awards ceremony – United for Equity – on December 9, 2021.

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RN4CAST U.S. Panel Study • Center for Health Outcomes …

The NJ Board of Nursing licenses registered nurses and practical nurses, and regulates the nursing profession in New Jersey. MORE. Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research. Claire M. Fagin Hall. 418 Curie Boulevard. Philadelphia, PA 19104-4217. Telephone: (215) 898-8281. Admissions: (215) 898-4271. Contact Us.

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Global Health • Penn Nursing

Global perspectives Our focus on the social determinants of health is leading to better ways to care for a rapidly changing global population. By broadening healthcare perspectives and fostering diversity, our students become prepared to go out and make a difference in patient care wherever they are needed.. Global partners As a World Health Organization Collaborating …

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Accelerated Nursing Programs • Penn Nursing

Accelerated Nursing Programs. The Accelerated BSN nursing (ABSN) program is a full-time program for students who wish to become registered nurses (RNs). Students with a non-nursing bachelor’s degree are eligible for this program. The accelerated program offers 3 options, BSN Second Degree, BSN/MSN and Hillman BSN-PHD, for students to begin

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Contact Us • About • Penn Nursing

Philadelphia, PA 19104-4217, USA • Directions and Visitor Info Departmental Contacts: Admissions [email protected] (215) 898-4271 fax: (215) 573-8439 Alumni Relations Transcripts Verifications [email protected] (215) 746-8812

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Nursing Through Time • Nursing, History, and Health Care

The following timeline pages highlight the major events and milestones in Nursing between 1700 and 2000, providing historical context for how nursing developed as a profession and an occupation during these years.

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The State of Period Poverty in the U.S. • Center for

The State of Period Poverty in the U.S. Menstrual hygiene products remain out of reach for many American households. The Center for Global Women’s Health wants to change that. Period poverty, or the umbrella term for inequities related to menstruation, is a global challenge. The United States is not immune.

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History of Hospitals • Nursing, History, and Health Care

Between 1865 and 1925 in all regions of the United States, hospitals transformed into expensive, modern hospitals of science and technology. They served increasing numbers of paying middle-class patients. In the process, they experienced increased financial pressures and competition.

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Where Did All the Nurses Go

The nurse educational system in place in the United States in the 1940s was the traditional apprenticeship type of training in which hospital-based schools of nursing took in students, teaching them the rudiments of the profession while at the same time using them to deliver the majority of patient care. A vast number of hospitals in the

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Home Care • Nursing, History, and Health Care • Penn Nursing

On October 1, 1997, the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 radically transformed the Medicare home-care benefit enacted in 1965. The outcome was swift: over 3,000 agencies closed, the number of visits per patient decreased, and public funding for home care was dramatically reduced. More recently, the introduction of a new prospective payment system

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BSN Programs • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Penn, and everything it has to offer Penn Nursing undergrads are fully integrated into everything at the University including: clubs, the college house residential system, dining facilities, athletic teams, and study abroad programs.As a Penn nursing student, you’ll work closely with our faculty and engage with the two teaching hospitals on campus as well as with clinical sites

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Application Deadlines • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Please note: Full-time option not available for every term or every program. Applications must be submitted by the Application Deadline date. MSN Programs (All MSN programs) ; Post-Graduate Programs (including streamlined) ; Certificates (follow part-time schedule)

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Master’s & Post-Graduate Costs • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Full time. The average projected total costs (tuition and fees) of the 2021-2022 full-time graduate programs—which are based on 3-4 CUs each term—are as follows: 12 month program costs (12 CU program): $78,720. 14 month program costs (13-14 CU program) $91,840. 18 month program costs (16-17 CU program): $118,080.

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DNP Costs • Admissions • Penn Nursing

The estimated total cost (tuition and fees) of the 2021-2024 full-time DNP Anesthesia program is as follows: 36 month program costs (34 CU program): $227,118. To be considered a full-time student you must have a course load of 3 CUs or more per semester, including summer terms; anything less, in any semester, is considered part-time.

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History of Psychiatric Hospitals • Nursing, History, and

Philadelphia Hospital for the Insane, Philadelphia, PA c. 1900 The history of psychiatric hospitals was once tied tightly to that of all American hospitals. Those who supported the creation of the first early-eighteenth-century public and private hospitals recognized that one important mission would be the care and treatment of those with severe symptoms of mental illnesses.

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PhD and DNP • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Full-time PhD candidates generally complete their work and successfully defend their thesis after four Megan Streur (left) and her dissertation chair Dr. Barbara Riegel (right), 2016years with us, and are given financial assistance—including tuition, fees, insurance, and stipend—for their first four years in the program, September - May.

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BSN Second Degree • Academics • Penn Nursing

The Penn advantage. Our Second Degree curriculum features the same hands-on learning experiences that typify our BSN program, and engages students through state-of-the-art simulations, comprehensive mentorship, clinical practice, and community engagement options. You even have the option to begin graduate-level coursework at Penn while

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BSN-MSN • Academics • Penn Nursing

It was necessary for me to attend a second degree BSN to MSN program that would provide more than just a basic foundation to nursing practice. Through challenging simulations, comprehensive lectures by experts in the topic, and top clinical placements, Penn Nursing provides tools for the student nurse to think critically and work cohesively in

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International Applicants

Results from the CGFNS Qualifying Exam for licensure for applicants who hold an RN license outside of the United States. Please visit the CGFNS website for more information. Credentials evaluation for academic purposes is a separate application from the Certificate Program for licensure. Both are required.

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Tuition and Fees • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Personal Expenses. $2,004. $2,004. Total Budget. $80,110. $78,890. For more information, please the Student Financial Services page. Please note: The above student budgets includes all standard undergraduate charges but does not include nursing clinical fees, nursing simulation lab fees or the cost of University Health Insurance.

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Pamela Z. Cacchione • Faculty • Penn Nursing

Imagine being unable to see or hear well. The glare from a table lamp irritates your eyes so much, you sit in the dark every evening. You see others mov e briskly in exercise class, but you can’t hear the directions. Then, anti-glare lenses or a simple pocket-sized amplifier help you rejoin everyday life. Pamela Z. Cacchione develops these practical nursing interventions for older …

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Linda H. Aiken • Faculty • Penn Nursing

Dr. Aiken is founding director of Penn Nursing’s Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research. RN4CAST, one of the center’s projects and based on Dr. Aiken’s research, is the largest study of its kind on nursing care and patient outcomes in the United States, Europe, Asia, South Africa, Australia, and Chile. RN4CAST has been implemented

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Julie A. Fairman • Faculty • Penn Nursing

She has been interviewed by national and international media, including NPR, the New York Times, USA Today, and J&J media campaigns. Dr. Fairman is the co-director of the $20 million RWJF Future of Nursing Scholars program and the Director Emerita of the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing at Penn.

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Pediatric • Penn Nursing

Pediatric. We believe that caring for children should be viewed within the context of their physiological, psychosocial, cognitive, and emotional responses, and offer top-ranked graduate programs that provide you with advanced specialization skills …

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Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD) • Academics • Penn

The Penn Advantage. Home to some of the most forward-thinking scholars and researchers in the world, Penn offers the opportunity to work alongside faculty who are actively shaping the future of nursing science and healthcare.

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Care of Premature Infants • Nursing, History, and Health

Care of Premature Infants. In the twenty-first century, immediate, highly technological care for babies born too soon is standard treatment throughout the United States. Premature infants are commonly found ensconced within the walls of hospital-based Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU’s) in both large and small hospitals.

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Request for Information

Request for Information. Thank you for your interest in Penn Nursing. Please complete this form to tell us more about yourself and your academic interests. High school students interested in Penn's traditional, four year BSN program should contact Penn Undergraduate Admissions. An asterisk (*) denotes a required field.

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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) • Academics • Penn Nursing

At the completion of this advanced level of nursing education, Penn Nursing MSN graduates will: Use scientific inquiry to translate evidence into practice and promote clinical scholarship. Perform advanced nursing skills for specialty and subspecialty nursing practice. Lead quality improvement and manage care delivery models across settings.

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Faculty Research Interests

Teen parenting, Pregnancy prevention, Pediatric nurse practitioner, Advanced practice registered nurses, APRNs, Scope of practice, Full practice authority …

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program • Center for

The Postdoctoral Fellowship Program provides advanced training in outcomes research to nurses who have received a doctoral degree from an accredited university in nursing or a field relevant to nursing outcomes research and would like the opportunity to further develop their research career in the area of health outcomes.

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Magnet4Europe Initiative • Center for Health Outcomes and

Meet the M4E Directors Prof. Linda H. Aiken, PhD, RN, FAAN, FRCN, The Claire M. Fagin Leadership Professor of Nursing, Professor of Sociology, Founding Director, Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA “Hospitalized patients can only be assured safe and effective care when their nurses and …

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Curriculum • Nurse-Midwifery • Penn Nursing

NURS780 Health Care of Women and Primary Care: The focus of this course is a clinical approach to primary care problems commonly encountered by women in an ambulatory setting. This course provides the women’s health care nurse practitioner and midwifery student student with the knowledge and problem solving approach to assist individuals with the most common …

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New Jersey RN Licensure by Endorsement Application

Date of last revision: 8/8/2015 5 Mail these three (3) documents to: Board of Nursing PO Box 47010 Newark, NJ 07101 Step 12: Submit a Nursing Verification form. The form is available here (page 14):

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MSN Application Requirements • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Application Requirements. A complete application includes the following: $80 non-refundable application fee. Completed online application. Transcripts: unofficial transcripts, from your accredited BSN program and all undergraduate and graduate schools, must be uploaded for review purposes. Official transcripts are only required if offered

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PhD • Admissions • Penn Nursing

The School of Nursing is committed to assisting all full-time PhD students for four years of tuition, fees, stipend, and health insurance. Students may be funded internally or externally, depending on funding options available. The PhD program leadership will determine which funding is most appropriate for all incoming students.

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Non-Degree • Admissions • Penn Nursing

Admission requirements. If you’d like to be considered for admissions as a non-matriculated student, you must complete the following: Application for non-degree, special student status. $50 application fee (non-refundable) CV or Resume. BSN transcript only (no other transcript is needed for this program) Copy of valid RN License (upload into

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Faculty Publications • Research • Penn Nursing

Spatz, Diane, . Spatz, D.L. Human Milk & Breastfeeding-Using Evidence to Transform Care.. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing. Spatz, Diane,

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Paul D. Allison • Center for Health Outcomes and Policy

Paul D. Allison, PhD, M.S., A.B. Dr. Paul D. Allison is President of Statistical Horizons and Emeritus Professor of the University of Pennsylvania where he taught graduate courses in methods and statistics for more than 35 years. He is widely recognized as an extraordinarily effective teacher of statistical methods who can reach students with

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