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Academic Partnerships

Kaiser Permanente, National Patient Care Services is pleased to announce a partnership with three esteemed institutions, Duke University, University of San Francisco and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to assist our nurses to achieve doctoral level education. Because individual and population health needs are changing, and our health care system is ever-evolving, we need our nurses to be better educated to lead and contribute to the scientific research of nursing in this transformed system. For more information please see the individual partners and contact them for additional information on their programs.



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We are now accepting applications for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Semesters.

 Over the past 80 years, Duke University School of Nursing has built its reputation as a global leader in nursing education, clinical service and research.  At Duke, we believe that preparing nurses to meet the current and emerging needs of society involves the active transformation of knowledge into practice.

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The School of Nursing & Health Professions at the University of San Francisco advances the mission of the university by preparing health professionals to address the determinants of health, promote policy and advocacy and provide a moral compass to transform health care in order to further equity and positively influence quality, delivery, and access.

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eQuality is the joint effort of a group of individuals and organizations based in the San Francisco Bay Area. It began in 1989 as a scholarship program by Pacific Gas and Electric Company's lesbian and gay employee group, now PG&E PrideNetwork. The following year, the Bay Area Network of Gay and Lesbian Educators joined the effort. Additional members have joined eQuality over the years, and more are always welcome.

Before you apply, please read the Nursing Scholarships criteria by clicking on the link below. Please read carefully to ensure you are applying for the correct category.

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