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Overcoming the barriers to achieving a BSN part 1

Stalter, Ann M. PhD, RN; Keister, Kathy PhD, RN, CNE; Ulrich, Deborah L. PhD, RN; Smith, Sherrill PhD, RN

doi: 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000443314.35489.92
Feature: PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

After reviewing the key reasons for earning a BSN, seasoned nurses can leap common obstacles to further education by following these guidelines.

At Wright State University's College of Nursing and Health in Dayton, Ohio, Ann M. Stalter is an associate professor and director of the RN-to-BSN program, Kathy Keister is an associate professor and director of the BEACON-accelerated BSN program, Deborah L. Ulrich is associate dean for undergraduate programs, and Sherrill Smith is an associate professor and director of the traditional BSN program.

The authors have disclosed that they have no financial relationships related to this article.

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