DNP Graduate Discusses How To Choose The Right School For You
Tammy Martineau, an American Sentinel University alumna discusses her experience in the DNP, Educational Leadership program. She is a nursing educator who discusses the major areas to consider when choosing a school for your terminal nursing degree.
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