Changing thinking to improve outcomes
The new Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Program is built on a model of innovative practice. Program director Kathryn Sexson discusses how the school plans to inspire students to integrate innovation in their practice.
Irene Cisneros-Fong graduated from the Master’s Entry Program in Nursing in December 2019. She landed her first nursing job in an emergency department. Then, three weeks later, the pandemic hit. UC Davis fully prepared her.
Watch the physician assistant Class of 2021 recite the P.A. oath during this special event that marks the completion of their degree program.
Video: DNP-FNP curriculum plans
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis plans to offer a post-baccalaureate Doctor of Nursing Practice — Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP-FNP) degree program to prepare new family nurse practitioners.
A three-year hybrid program that combines distanced-based education with four on-campus immersions, our DNP—FNP program prepares advanced practice providers to engage in patient- and family-centered, evidence-based primary care. In this video, Program Director Kathryn Sexson discusses the curriculum progress over the three years.
Learn more about our DNP-FNP curriculum plans »