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University of Maryland School of Nursing and Prince George’s Community College Sign Dual-Admission Partnership Agreement

The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) and Prince George's Community College (PGCC) in Largo, Maryland, recently signed an agreement of dual admission that will ensure students’ seamless transition from PGCC’s Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program to UMSON’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Through the agreement, students can apply and be admitted to UMSON’s BSN program while in PGCC’s ADN program.

IPE Seed Grant Projects Improving Health Outcomes

Barbara Resnick, PhD ’96, RN, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP, professor and Sonia Ziporkin Gershowitz Chair in Gerontology, and a professor from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, are in Year 2 of a three-year project, “Interprofessional Care in Geriatrics Program: Applying Evidence to Clinical Practice.” The project focuses on meeting the needs of elderly residents in the Mount Clare senior housing facility in West Baltimore.

University of Maryland School of Nursing’s Nurse Anesthesia Specialty Granted 10-Year Continued Accreditation from Council on Accreditation

The University of Maryland School of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Anesthesia specialty has been granted continued accreditation for 10 years from the Council on Accreditation. UMSON’s Nurse Anesthesia specialty, which was found to be in 100 percent compliance with the standards, was granted accreditation with no annual progress report required, which is rarely granted.

Upcoming events

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12Dec
1:00 PM DNP Online Chat
13Dec
12:00 PM | online Join us for an online chat to learn more about the University of Maryland School of Nursing's Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.
14Dec
7:00 PM | Online Join us for an online chat to learn more about the University of Maryland School of Nursing's PhD program.
18Dec
1:00 PM for July and December graduates
8Jan
12:00 PM | UMSON, Room 335 Details TBD.

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