Jan 19, 2020

Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program | Department of Family Medicine and Community Health in the Duke University School of Medicine

Through its rich leadership and management program content, this one-year leadership development program will train the advanced practice nurse to be better able to meet the challenges of the evolving health care environment. Fellows who successfully complete the program will be equipped with the skills and competencies to lead health care teams to increased operational

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