The Dual Women’s Health/Nurse Midwifery DNP program prepares you to assess and manage women’s health issues.
April 15th deadline for Fall 2021 admission
78 credits + 855 clinical hours + 500 mentored hours
4-year study plans
At Rutgers School of Nursing, we prepare you for a full scope of practice at the highest level. As a women’s health nurse practitioner, you will provide primary and reproductive care to women across the lifespan. As a certified nurse midwife, you will provide holistic health care throughout the labor and birth process and in the postpartum period to essentially healthy women and their newborns.
I chose Rutgers because it offers a dual program in both midwifery and women’s health. While it’s a tough program, it’s very easy to feel comfortable here and feel like you’re part of a family.
Jessica Wahler, DNP Student
Our dual program emphasizes a wellness paradigm and implements a scientific, evidence-based rationale for practice within diverse practice and health care delivery settings.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education.
Meet the Specialty Director
Robyn Schafer is the Interim Specialty Director for the Nurse Midwifery Program. Her specialties are midwifery, women’s health, risk assessment, decision-making, evidence-based practice, and patient-centered care