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In honor of National Nurses Week, Dr. Meghan Eagen-Torkko, assistant professor and director of Nursing, shares the realities and joys of her profession.
With a Master of Nursing in the Administrative Leadership track, Brian Velasco is confident leading a team of clinical nurses at Harborview Medical Center, Seattle’s safety net hospital.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the University of Washington Bothell’s Master of Nursing program No. 1 among public schools that offer a master’s degree.
Justin Gill, the chair of the Washington State Nurses Association’s Legislative/Health Policy Council, tells UW Bothell Magazine why his degree (BSN ’13) was enlightening and how it continues to impact him.
Tamara Uson, a chief nursing executive with MultiCare Health System, advanced in her career after receiving a Master of Nursing degree from School of Nursing & Health Studies in the Administrative Leadership track she helped launch.
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