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Navigating distance learning technologies using team teaching
  • Jennifer Bellot, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Anthony J Frisby, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Lori Lauver, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Mary L Manning, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Beth A Swan, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Ksenia Zukowsky, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Mary Powell, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Margaret M West, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Alexis Marsella, Thomas Jefferson University

In 2004, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) adopted the position to move the current level of preparation necessary for advanced practice nurse (APN) roles from the master's degree to the doctoral level. AACN also called for educating APNs and other nurses seeking top leadership and clinical roles in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Programs.

In September 2007, the Jefferson School of Nursing welcomed its first cohort of 18 DNP students. Students represented a wide variety of practice specialties including acute care, primary care, healthcare administration, population health, education and industry. Twenty students comprise the second cohort entering in September 2008. Nationwide, Jefferson is one of 79 schools of nursing offering a DNP degree.

  • distance learning,
  • team teaching,
  • advanced practice nurse,
  • Jefferson School of Nursing
Publication Date
January 1, 2008
Citation Information
Jennifer Bellot, Anthony J Frisby, Lori Lauver, Mary L Manning, et al.. "Navigating distance learning technologies using team teaching" (2008)
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