Loyola University Receives Grant for Infection Prevention Education

Loyola University Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing has received $279,571 from the Health Resources and Services Administration to support its infection control and environmental safety curriculum within the Doctor of Nursing Practice program.

Coursework for this program is online so that students from diverse backgrounds and geographic locations have access to doctoral-level education in infection prevention. Students also have the opportunity to interact on campus through twice yearly immersion seminars. They also maintain interdisciplinary learning through a partnership with Loyola's public health master's program.

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