The Mississippi Educational Consortium for the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (MECDNP) is comprised of five universities that offer the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree to prepare advanced-practice nurses at the highest level. The five schools including Alcorn State University, Delta State University, Mississippi University for Women, University of Mississippi Medical Center and University of Southern Mississippi created the partnership to provide opportunities for networking, scholarship and review of curricula and other program issues.Below is a list of the DNP students currently in a DNP program at one of the consortium schools.
Development of Protocols and Policies for the Student Employee Health Clinic (Systematic Review)University of Mississippi Medical Center Akanji, Joy
Improving Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care through Implementation of Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative and Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes Chronic Kidney Disease Evaluation and Management Guidelines Delta State University Bledsoe, Shara
Proactive Evaluation: Needs Assessment for an Inter-Professional Clinical Ethics Consultation Service University of Mississippi Medical Center Carrillo, Jackie
Proactive Evaluation to Assess the Perceived Need for Routine HIV Testing in a Community Health CenterUniversity of Mississippi Medical Center Causey, Sherrikee
The Clinical Effectiveness of Prophylactics Intravenous Immunoglobulins in Preventing Infection in Pediatric Oncology Patients: A Systematic Review ProtocolUniversity of Mississippi Medical Center Forsythe, Amy
An Evaluation of the Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment and Outcomes of Children who are Overweight and Obese in a School-Based Clinic University of Mississippi Medical Center Meaders, Kanisha
Service-Based Case Management Model for the Stroke Population-Methods SectionUniversity of Mississippi Medical Center Watkins, Terra