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Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

So, my name is Anna Brown and I’m a medical student at Duke but working here at the NIH for the year and we’re in the molecular imaging clinic. Which is a clinic that focuses on different types of cancer and developing new imaging agents to look at the cancer. This year I’m focusing on […]

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Why pursue a PhD in Nursing?

Why pursue a PhD in Nursing?

The PhD program here at the University Wisconsin-Madison prepares nurses to be researchers. The goal is really to develop the knowledge base that will be used to guide practice and to improve health. I wanted to address some of my compelling research questions about health. I also want to learn the skills necessary to take […]

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Nursing: Types of Research

Nursing: Types of Research

At this point in your nursing career you’ve likely heard of evidence-based practice. It involves integrating your knowledge with the patient’s condition and the existing research to make decisions. If Andrew told his patient he was going to use a new technique to provide an injection and, not to worry, he saw it done on […]

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