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Welcome to the Kent State Nurse Practitioner program
The links below offer valuable information for students who are interested in enrolling in the Nurse Practitioner Program at the Kent State College of Nursing.
Through this unique program you can gain the skills and knowledge necessary to specialize in a variety of important fields such as acute care, pediatric care, adult mental health care, women's health and more.
Explore the options available through the Kent State Nurse Practitioner program today.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner concentration prepares students to provide advanced acute and chronic comprehensive care across the adult lifespan.
This Nursing Master’s Degree program helps prepare students to give broad, comprehensive care within legal parameters to adults across the life span in ambulatory settings.
These nurse practitioners focus their care on health promotion, risk detection, illness prevention, and management of acute and chronic illnesses
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is awarded to successful graduates of the Family Nurse Practitioner (APNF) program in the concentration of Family Health. While pursuing this Nursing Master’s Degree, students can learn important skills in the areas of health promotion, risk detection, illness prevention, and management of acute and chronic illnesses. If you are interested in pursuing your Master’s Degree in Nursing, it is time to discover how KSU can help you achieve your goals.
Family Nurse Practitioners are taught to practice independently and in collaboration with other health professionals to provide continuity of health care and to maximize the effectiveness of community and health care system services.
Students in this Nursing Master’s Degree program are trained to be uniquely positioned to serve children within the context of their families in order to provide individualized and culturally competent care.
The role of the Primary Mental Health Family NP includes comprehensive psychiatric mental health assessment and diagnosis, medication management, and the use of advanced psychotherapeutic modalities, such as individual, family, and group psychotherapy.
The Women's Health Nurse Practitioner role focuses on primary care for women. Primary care is first access to comprehensive care involving health promotion or disease prevention and nursing management of common acute and chronic condition.