The Mississippi Educational Consortium for the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (MECDNP) is comprised of five universities that offer the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree to prepare advanced-practice nurses at the highest level. The five schools including Alcorn State University, Delta State University, Mississippi University for Women, University of Mississippi Medical Center and University of Southern Mississippi created the partnership to provide opportunities for networking, scholarship and review of curricula and other program issues.Below is a list of the DNP graduates since the consortium's inception in 2012.
Stewards of Children: Advocacy for Sexual Child Abuse PreventionDelta State UniversityHill, Donna P.
Advanced Practice Providers Impact Quality and Throughput in an Adult Emergency DepartmentUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterKing, Melissa
Interactive Evaluation of a Fall Prevention Care Delivery Model on an Orthopedic Unit in an Academic Health Science CenterUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterBailey, Deborah (Lee)
Interactive Evaluation of the Implementation of a Nurse-Driven Protocol for the Removal of Unnecessary Indwelling Urinary CathetersUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterSpicer, Beverly
Interactive Evaluation of the Mississippi School Nurse Procedures and Standards of Care Manual UseUniversity of Mississippi Medical CenterWatts, Helen Estelle
Faith-Based Health Screening: The Impact on Decreasing Cardiovascular Risk Factorsawarded from Samford UniversityDelta State UniversityHerrod, Addie P.
Diabetes Exercise Protocol Based on Comorbidities in Primary Careawarded from the University of Alabama at BirminghamDelta State UniversityYoung, Geraldine Q.