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HIV Specialization, Advanced Practice Track DNP, Rutgers School of Nursing

Program Description: The HIV Care Specialization is an advanced practice nursing program that trains students to provide direct primary patient care, focusing on HIV-infected patients, in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team. In addition to the requisites for certification for a Nurse Practitioner, the program is comprised of three seminars covering the spectrum of health and healthcare issues related to HIV disease. The types of patients you will be caring for will be most likely have HIV and other co-morbidities. The program is designed for full-time or part-time study. You must have a minimum of a BSN for the BS to DNP Program. 

Program Start: N/a

Program Length: 3 semesters Fall, Spring, Summer

Applications accepted: October & March (annually)

Related experience/interests: Family Practice

Eligibility: A BS or higher in nursing. Students in other healthcare related fields (PAs, Pharmacy, medicine) may also take the courses.

Location: New Brunswick, NJ

Program Director: Darcel Reyes



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