As experts in translating evidence-based knowledge into clinical practice, graduates lead interprofessional teams in the transformation of healthcare by improving population health outcomes utilizing skills and essential competencies in ethical decision-making, healthcare policy, informatics, business, finance, and economics. The DNP Team comprised of faculty teaching in the program, faculty serving as Mentors and Reviewers and Administrative Staff met every other month during the academic year. Once students begin their advanced leadership component courses they begin a clinical placement to complete the DNP Scholarly Project. Students can complete an individual or team project at the placement site supported by a project team comprised of a faculty mentor, faculty reviewer, and a clinical mentor from the practice setting. Students are guided by the project team in developing the competencies necessary to assess research and evaluate the impact of the research on practice in order to implement evidence-based practice changes to improve the quality and safety of healthcare. Graduate-level core and specialty courses for the Post-BS to DNP are held on campus and predominantly offered in the evening.
Letters of Recommendation. You don't have to be somebody's boss to write her a recommendation letter. You might have a coworker ask you to write one when she applies for an internal promotion or a position outside the company. The sample letter in this article is written by a colleague for someone applying to a leadership position at another company.
Jump to navigation Jump to Content. Learn how to make math lessons more accessible to English learners by building background knowledge, increasing student language production, and explicitly teaching academic language. As a student, I struggled with math. I didn't understand why it came so naturally to some students, but not to me.
Test scores only tell part of your story, and we want to know more than just how well you work. We want to see how you actually think. In each of these essays, students were able to share stories from their everyday lives to reveal something about their character, values, and life that aligned with the culture and values at Hopkins. These selections represent just a few examples of essays we found impressive and helpful during the past admissions cycle.