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Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) and Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist (NCNS)

Because of economical and logistical challenges that face similar programs nationally, the UW SoN has decided to continue serving our currently-enrolled students with a curriculum and faculty dedicated to excellence, but to suspend applications for admission for academic year 2014-2015 while we lead a national conversation to address this issue. (In other words, we will not be accepting applications for DNP-NNP and DNP-NCNS in January 2014 for the 2014-15 Academic Year.) The SON will continue to accept applications for the Perinatal Nurse Specialist track.

We plan to work together with our colleagues in other nationally-based educational institutions and nursing organizations to assess factors influencing student demand and to find solutions to offering an appropriate number and location of programs to meet our nation’s need for highly-skilled and valued neonatal advanced practice registered nurses. We are asking for your patience and support while we take on the responsibility of leading a national effort to create a predictable and sustainable plan for preparing NNPs and NCNSs needed by our clinical partners and the vulnerable patients and families they serve. 

Please check our media pages (see links below) and website in the future for updated information about our progress.

Current NNP/NCNS Student Information


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