Kent, OH (Vocus) September 4, 2009
Kent State University is proud to attend the 2009 ANCC National Magnet Conference taking place October 1-3, 2009, in Louisville, KY. The practice of nursing is critical to the future of health care in the U.S. and the ANCC strives to improve nursing care and increase overall excellence. The College of Nursing at Kent State University has also been involved in elevating the practice of nursing for over 40 years.
The goal of the upcoming conference is to explore the relationship among leadership, innovation and nursing practice outcomes. Those who stop by booth #359 to learn first-hand about Kent State's RN/BSN online program will receive a free gift and be entered into a drawing for a digital camera. Prospective students can also apply for the RN/BSN online program right at the booth.
It is a great time to return to school, especially as the field of nursing is growing more competitive and the demand for higher qualifications is increasing. Kent State University realizes that value is a concern for many and the university's admissions advisors will be available all three days to answer questions regarding financial aid options, the online format, the differences between BSN programs and how enrolling in the program can open doors to career advancement.
The Kent State University RN/BSN online program offers students a CCNE-accredited degree that is 100% online. The program features:
- Manageable seven-week courses
- 24-hour support services
- Six start dates per year
- An updated curriculum that reflects critical competencies as recommended by the AACN
- A capstone project tailored to each student's interests
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