University of Vermont Medical Center nurses and UVM Nursing program faculty discuss changes in work practices in response to COVID-19, the transition of patient-centered clinicals to remote education and unique learning experiences created by the pandemic.
Doctor of Nursing Practice students presented their scholarly findings in an internet videoconference on April 15 with a virtual audience of their peers, family members and friends. The 20 students, who will graduate this May, engaged in the projects as one of the requirements for completion of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program.
Months before the coronavirus outbreak became international news, nurse practitioner Jennifer Allaire, G ‘12, and nursing graduate student Erin Leighton, Doctor of Nursing Practice ’20, began developing a telemedicine protocol for patients of Appletree Bay Primary Care in Burlington.
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