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effange2
31:30
Hello everyone. I can't hear a thing
Claudia Todd
32:06
Good afternoon everyone!
effange2
32:09
Got it!
Lena Palacios
33:05
Thanks again for organizing these sessions! Deeply appreciative.
Karli McGuiness
33:33
Hi! I have to hop out for a work meeting in 15mins, will I be able to join back in or will there be a recording available later on?
Daniel Walber
34:05
Hi Karli - feel free to jump back in but the recording will also be made available
Catherine Wilson
34:06
Karli, you should be able to rejoin, but we are also recording
Karli McGuiness
36:47
Thanks!
cmcro
54:01
Where do we join the webinar at 4?
Mallory Edwards
54:17
With this Honors program can you seamlessly transition into the PhD program from the MEN program?
Lena Palacios
54:26
4. Can MSN students learn how to write/submit NIH grants while collaborating with their faculty mentors?
Rhemy Guerra
54:36
Are there other ways to conduct research if one is not accepted into the honors research program after their first semester
Lena Palacios
55:08
5. I have federally funded work-study this academic year. Where can we find an updated list of research-based work-study options? Or should we just get in touch with faculty members (whose work we’re interested in) directly?
Deb Driscoll
55:09
The webinar is separate from Accepted Students Day - the link is here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7183599152998423052
effange2
55:34
Hello Dr. Pandian. Thank you for sharing your story. What becomes of the research if the student does not complete it in the 5-semester time frame?
Mallory Edwards
58:25
Thank you!
effange2
01:02:06
Thank you
Lena Palacios
01:02:17
I have federally funded work-study this academic year. Where can we find an updated list of research-based work-study options?
Lena Palacios
01:07:16
Disregard my previous two repeat questions. Apologies!
Deb Driscoll
01:09:25
Hi Lena! The Financial Aid Office keeps the list of work study opportunities. Sonfinaid@jhu.edu
Lena Palacios
01:09:37
Thanks Deb!
Laura Panozzo
01:10:17
@Lena here is the website that talks about the research opportunities, just know we don't list them on the site as they may change semester to semester based on faculty funding and such: https://nursing.jhu.edu/faculty_research/research/opportunities/graduate/index.html. Positions that are available are posted to current students and will be available when you start the program!
Lena Palacios
01:11:14
Awesome. Thanks Laura!
Nikita Kaur
01:11:22
Is there an advantage to working as an RN for a few years first before jumping straight into an NP program? Is the job market as big for NPs/is it harder to find a job than as an RN?
Allison Chamberlin
01:13:04
I am also interested in the answer to Nikita's question...is it best to get some experience as a RN prior to enrolling in a DNP/NP program?
Lena Palacios
01:14:02
Can students with an RN work part-time while enrolled in either an DNP program OR a combined DNP/PhD program?
MeredithHaley
01:15:10
If one wanted to practice as an NP in an acute care setting you would need prior acute experience prior to entering the DNP program correct?
Claudia Todd
01:15:13
If you do decide to transition directly from MEN to DNP specifically FNP what is the minimum length of that program?
Allison Chamberlin
01:16:47
Dr. Ling, I am a veteran and military spouse and have taught yoga and mindfulness to military members and families to build resilience/better deal with PTS symptoms...I look forward to hearing more about your research and thank you for what you are doing!
Jennifer Bombard
01:17:26
Are the DNP/PhD programs available both full and part time?
effange2
01:17:52
How long is the DNP program?
Deb Driscoll
01:18:11
The DNP programs are 4 years
effange2
01:18:23
Thank you Deb!
Catherine Wilson
01:19:14
The FNP program is either 3 or 4 years.
Deb Driscoll
01:19:25
The DNP programs are considered full time. Once clinicals begin, you really need to be focused on keeping your clinical commitments. However, as you will hear, Nina is working during the program!
Catherine Wilson
01:19:36
The DNP CRNA track is 3 years as well. All other NP and CNS DNP tracks are 4 years.
Catherine Wilson
01:19:56
The DNP/PHD program is 5 years
Catherine Wilson
01:20:28
DNP/PHD program is also considered full-time only and campus-based
Sophia Platcow
01:20:34
Does the DNP/PHD program require residence near the school?
Deb Driscoll
01:20:37
Yes - thank you Cathy! :-)
Deb Driscoll
01:21:17
Hi Sophia! Yes, the DNP/PhD is considered a full time on campus program. That is a 5 year track.
Sophia Platcow
01:21:51
Thanks Deb!!
Catherine Ling
01:23:41
Thank you Allison - The idea behind the systematic review with spouse health is that there are cumulative trauma consequences
MeredithHaley
01:24:41
How difficult is it to balance the DNP program and working?
Lena Palacios
01:26:12
Is there a financial benefit (more grant/fellowship funding available) for PhD or combined DNP/PhD students vs. only DNP students?
MeredithHaley
01:27:26
Great, thank you!
Lena Palacios
01:27:40
Is there a good resource out there explaining the differences between the NP/CNS?
Catherine Ling
01:28:03
Welcome! If you have any questions - my email is cling11@jhu.edu
cmcro
01:28:05
Thank you!
Claudia Todd
01:28:06
Thank you all!
Jessica Burger
01:28:28
Thank you!!
nallen26
01:28:38
I am happy to answer questions as well — nallen15@jhmi.edu. Good luck everyone! congrats on your acceptance!
Catherine Wilson
01:28:40
Lena we have a resource on our website.
Dosia
01:28:53
THANK YOU
Catherine Wilson
01:28:55
search for np vs cns on nursing.jhu.edu
Lena Palacios
01:29:04
Thanks Catherine!
Julia Johns
01:29:04
Thank you! Excited to see you all this August.
Laura Panozzo
01:29:04
https://nursing.jhu.edu/academics/programs/doctoral/msn-dnp/np-vs-cns.html
Autumn
01:29:06
Thank you so much!
effange2
01:29:06
Thank you!
Laura Panozzo
01:29:08
Lena