- •Advanced practice nurses completing the diabetes concentration reported high rates of preparedness to provide diabetes care.
- •Graduates reported strong level of skills and abilities related to diabetes care.
- •Immersive camp experiences were valuable to graduates' readiness to provide diabetes care.
- •Similar programs can be implemented within other schools of nursing to strengthen the clinical workforce.
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