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David Colvin, DNP student
Rural living and a good job are possible with a DNP degree

David Colvin, 58, DNP candidate, Washington State University College of Nursing.
Expects to graduate in May with a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, with the goal of becoming a nurse practitioner.
Works at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital in Colville, Washington.

Ysabel Myers
Faces of the DNP: Preparing Tomorrow’s Advanced Practice Nurses

Cameron GoodCameron Good, BSN, RN
Family Nurse Practitioner Student

“I believe nurse practitioners will help alleviate the weight that has been burdening doctors and physician assistants, specifically in primary care. We are being called on to assume preventive and primary care roles that will benefit the entire spectrum of providers – and our patients.”

Cameron Good earned his BSN degree from WSU College of Nursing in 2013 and immediately enrolled in the DNP Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP-FNP) program. His nursing experience … » More …

Kadlec partnership
Tri-Cities, Kadlec Announce Partnership, Historic Gift

TC Kadlec PartnershipRepresentatives from Washington State University Tri-Cities and Kadlec Regional Medical Center today announced a landmark $18 million gift to support the WSU Tri-Cities College of Nursing. It is the largest single gift in WSU Tri-Cities history.

The largest single gift ever given to WSU Tri-Cities, Kadlec’s gift will fund distinguished faculty positions within the College of Nursing’s advanced degree programs.

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