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You chose WGU for your nursing or healthcare degree, and now you can take advantage of our continuing education opportunities.
The Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC) represents national nursing and other organizations working to build healthier communities in America by increasing nurses’ presence on corporate, health-related, and other boards, panels, and commissions.
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Access intelligence services for competencies that providers need to succeed in value-based care delivery efforts and policies along with information on market activities, including case study briefs, weekly news digests, intelligence briefs, webinars, and member meetings.
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Healthcare and nursing graduates can now access evidence-based practice resources, database support, relevant literature reviews, and more via the WGU Alumni Library.
Easily access world-class content and credentials from the world’s top universities and companies, drive skill development with role-based learning, and track and benchmark skill proficiency against 62+ million learners. WGU graduates currently have access to one free course, each.
WGU has partnered with the Association for Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) to give WGU nursing graduates discounted access to the members-only sections of the ANPD website and member discounts on Annual Convention registration, publications, and educational resources. To receive this $41 discount, join ANPD as a “Regular Member” and enter the discount code WGU21 at the last step of registration, “Discount Code.” Then, click “Update Price” and it will change from $140 to $99.
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