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The purpose of the Linking Education and Practice for Excellence in Public Health Nursing Project (LEAP Project) is to improve competency for public health nursing practice in a changing public health system by educating public health nurses, student nurses, and nursing faculty in the knowledge and skills required for providing population-based, culturally competent public health nursing services.

The project is expected to have direct impact on nurses in local, state and tribal public health departments, and on nursing students and faculty in nursing education programs in all areas of the state.

View more information on the Linking Education and Practice for Excellence in Public Health Nursing Project (LEAP Project) .
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