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Identifying Motivational Factors for Enrolling in a Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.

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Summary of "Identifying Motivational Factors for Enrolling in a Doctor of Nursing Practice Program."

Students enter Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs for varying reasons. An understanding of motivational factors is needed so nurse educators can address upon program entry student engagement strategies to promote retention and success in completing a DNP program. This article presents the findings of a descriptive study that explored newly admitted students' motivational factors for pursing DNP education.

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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 680-683

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