Dr. Linda Schwartz, former Commissioner of the CT Dept. of Veterans Affairs, will be the keynote speaker, followed by presentations of students' work.
YSN students recently engaged in a “disaster simulation” in which a tornado had destroyed a grocery store. View the video here.
The GEPN Program is a three-year, full-time course of graduate nursing study with no prerequisites that combines preparation in basic nursing with advanced preparation in a clinical specialty.
The Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) curriculum is for RN entrants and is designed to prepare students for advanced practice and roles as clinician-scholars.
The program is designed to prepare nurse scientists to conduct cutting-edge research linking theory and clinical practice.
The post-masters Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program is for mid-career nurses focused on innovation in management, policy, and leadership.