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Are you an MSN-prepared nurse who is looking to advance their education and become a nurse executive? If so, then Grand Canyon University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program could be for you. This DNP degree program is designed for practice-focused leaders who want to make a positive impact by applying current research to practice or system challenges. To accommodate a broad range of schedules, GCU offers its DNP program through online or evening classes. There are several factors to consider when deciding which of these options is right for you:

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Are you a healthcare professional looking for better ways to balance your health and career? Or perhaps you’re considering entering the field of nursing and want to develop strategies for success early on. No matter the case, knowing how to stay healthy while working in a healthcare position can be critical to your overall wellness, happiness and success. The following are some tips that can help you with staying healthy while working in a hospital setting: 

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Grand Canyon University’s College of Nursing and Health Care Professions has been preparing students to fill evolving roles in health care for nearly 35 years. One of the many programs that we offer to help our students prepare to work as a highly qualified professional in a growing field is the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. GCU’s athletic training degree prepares you for the Board of Certification exam, and certified athletic trainers can work in many settings. Read on to learn about some career outcomes to consider after earning this degree.

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Are you interested in entering the healthcare administration field? If so, then Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree could provide you with the ideal educational foundation to pursue your career goals. Offered by the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, this BS in healthcare administration degree program can prepare you for entry into the field. Continue reading to find out more.

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By Jason Paltzer, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and Health Care Professions

One way I deal with problems is to compartmentalize them into distinct buckets. I tend to separate my personal relationships from my work relationships and my church community from the community I live in. Occasionally, these might overlap, but I find myself working to keep them distinct to protect myself from criticism or conflicting worldviews.

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