doctorally prepared

doctorally prepared

Pert. to someone who possesses the highest academic degree, e.g., PhD., EdD. Such a degree is usually regarded by an institution of higher education as necessary for promotion and tenure.
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Two independent, doctorally prepared experts in scale development recommended the number of response options for survey items.
Processes used to accomplish this lofty aim included collaborations in scholarship, practice, and education among doctorally prepared clinical faculty and health system registered nurse (RN) mentors.
We welcomed the report's recommendations, and focused our attention on RN and APRN practice; advancing the education of entry-level nurses to the BSN and higher; and increasing the number of doctorally prepared nurses.
We are hoping to gain a better understanding of barriers to obtaining a doctoral degree and working as a doctorally prepared nurse in Georgia.
As a future doctorally prepared nurse scientist, I am passionate about IOM recommendation #7, that in order to advance the future of nursing, there must be a substantial effort to "prepare and enable nurses to lead change to advance health" (IOM, 2011, p.
Salary and benefit packages for educators must be reflective of the knowledge and skill of doctorally prepared individuals.
Also in an era where nurses are decreasing in their number, due to retirement and faculty shortage, we will discuss strategies to increase the number of doctorally prepared nurses with a focus on programs in Maryland.
At the dawn of the 21st century, the Canadian population needs increasingly complex healthcare services and leading-edge university training programs in nursing, thereby requiring a growing number of doctorally prepared nurses.
The primary authors must be RNs, licensed healthcare professionals, or doctorally prepared individuals.
The confluence of these factors gave rise regionally to the emergence of joint clinical appointments of doctorally prepared faculty in clinical settings and spawned the development of regional nursing research alliances to bring nurses from academia, service, and research together to advance nursing science.
13) An exploration of who these doctorally prepared individuals are and how they fit into the clinical laboratory and health care system follows.
The majority of MSDH programs are directed by people with a masters' degrees; therefore, it appears there is not a critical mass of doctorally prepared dental hygienists at any one institution.
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