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December 21, 2016
Posted in Alumni Spotlight
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  Iqra Aftab first dreamed of becoming a nurse when, as a young girl, she watched an older cousin pursue a career in nursing. “Hearing all her interesting stories from nursing school, I couldn’t wait to follow in her footsteps,”…
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Compassionate care


Posted in Alumni Spotlight
Dr. Nancy Deitchman: "Our students go beyond superior nursing skills. They approach health care with empathy and compassion."

Dr. Nancy Deitchman doesn’t count her greatest professional successes by the number of years she has served as president of the Texas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners, or her more than 25 years in private practice as a rehabilitative medicine…
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Nursing programs and RN accreditation

December 19, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, Prospective Students
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For many people, a career as a registered nurse (RN) can be a great way to pursue meaningful work, directly helping people live healthy and happy lives. One of the biggest benefits of being an RN is that it is…
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DNI student government gets a reboot

November 1, 2016
Posted in News
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By Jennifer Hostutler Student Services Coordinator, Dallas Nursing Institute All of us who work at DNI share a real commitment to provide students with services and resources important to their success. As our Student Services Coordinator—whether I’m helping a student…
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Our compassionate health care revolution

October 20, 2016
Posted in Our Thoughts
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Gwen Gaston has devoted her career to nursing patients through life and death situations. As the Dean of Nursing at Dallas Nursing Institute, she helps prepare a new generation of nursing professionals to provide the compassionate care today’s patients—and health…
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RN to BSN: Choose your training at Dallas Nursing Institute

October 19, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, Prospective Students
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There is more than one way to be a nurse. Dallas Nursing Institute now offers more degree options than ever, ranging from a LVN to a BSN. Here is everything you need to know to choose a program that’s right…
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LVN 101: What is vocational nursing?

September 14, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, Prospective Students
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Do you dream of a career in nursing? The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that opportunities for vocational nurses are growing much faster than the national average for other professions. Employment of vocational nurses is expected to grow 16% from…
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Be a diabetes advocate

August 8, 2016
Posted in Our Thoughts, Prospective Students
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A Dallas Nursing Institute professor’s April 2016 presentation on diabetic education and dietary management at a Gothenburg, Sweden health care forum leaves doctors, nurses, and educators with three key takeaways. By Rita Armstrong, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, M.S.N. Ed, R.N. For…
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How to become an RN with an associates degree

August 2, 2016
Posted in About Our Nursing Programs, Prospective Students
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Thinking about becoming a registered nurse? Whether you are just graduating from high school or looking to change careers, choosing to join the medical profession as a registered nurse is a great decision. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists registered…
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Dallas Nursing Institute responds to the Texas nursing shortage

July 8, 2016
Posted in News, Our Thoughts
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While others discuss the impact of Texas’ nursing shortage, Dallas Nursing Institute is finding ways to prepare graduates who will fill the urgent need. By Dr. Ron Hyson The news lately, you may have noticed, has been reporting that the…
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