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Uniquely positioned to drive healthcare transformation through education, American Sentinel enables professionals to enhance their current skills with advanced critical thinking and in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry. We cater to students that need flexibility, support and innovative learning techniques. Students chose us because our accredited programs meet their needs; they stay because of our support and their experience. We invite you to learn more!

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DNP Online Open House

Thinking about earning your Doctor of Nursing Practice degree with American Sentinel University? Join our DNP-specific Online Open House!

Tues., Mar. 10 at 4 p.m. EST    Reserve Your Seat!
Online Open House

Have you been wondering if your life/work experience can count as credit or how to fit studying into your busy schedule? Join our Online Open House for answers to many of your questions about distance learning.

Weds., Mar. 11, 1 p.m. EST    Reserve Your Seat!

Recent Articles

Ambulatory Care – New Opportunities for Nurses
Industry insiders have predicted that healthcare will progressively move into ambulatory settings over the next decade
Measles Makes a Comeback
The recent uptick in measles cases brings special concerns to nurses who may have never seen a case and therefore must remain especially vigilant if they are to recognize this viral infection.
ANA Shines the Spotlight on Nursing Ethics
The scope of nursing practice has changed drastically since the days of Florence Nightingale; it has broadened considerably just in the last two decades. With that in mind, the American Nurses Association (ANA) has designated 2015 as the “Year of Ethics” and has issued a revised code of ethics for nursing.
What Have We Learned About Nurse-Patient Ratios?
California is currently the only state with mandated nurse-patient ratios, although other states have deliberated on this type of legislation. In the public eye, the ongoing debate about fixed ratios is often framed as a labor dispute: overworked nurses facing off against tight-fisted hospital administrators. Yet nurses know there are issues at play as well, including patient safety, quality of care, and workforce burnout and dissatisfaction.

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