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PhD Programs for Nurses
If you already have had a significant amount of education in the nursing field, and are looking to advance your career even further, a PhD in Nursing is an excellent consideration. Persons who obtain a PhD in nursing are primed to become leaders in the field of healthcare, often becoming administrators or managers. Below you will find a list of quality programs perfect for anyone interested in expanding their nursing career opportunities.
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