Go from RN to CRNA, Entry-level doctor of nurse anesthesia practice.
Go from RN to CRNA, Entry-level doctor of nurse anesthesia practice.
Go from RN to CRNA, Entry-level doctor of nurse anesthesia practice.

Meet Lisa

Lisa Graham, GPNA Admissions Coordinator
Lisa Graham
Hometown:
New England    
Majored In:
Psychology
817-531-5854

Connect With Lisa Graham
Connect With Lisa Graham
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What a graduate degree can do for you

"Getting a DNAP degree opens the door to elevating your career as a certified registered nurse anesthetist. The program is designed to provide enhancement of the CRNAs current scientific knowledge and to develop skills in management, nurse anesthesia education, and healthcare administration."

 

What you'll learn

"The DNAP program builds upon the scientific and leadership knowledge that the student gained during her/his Master’s Degree nurse anesthesia education as well as from her/his professional practice experience gained as a CRNA. The successful student will develop advanced critical thinking skills, enforce evidence-based clinical practices, and learn processes to improve interdisciplinary collaboration."

 

Why you should work with a counselor

"I’m here for you, whether that’s answering admission requirement questions or talking you through your DNAP degree plan."

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